Biltmore Estate (North Carolina, USA) Reviews
Newest Review: ... It is a magnificent looking building from the outside and it is much akin to a Chateau in the Loire valley. The inside is something else all together. This was the height of opulence inside the house there was a massive banqueting hall, smoking room, formal drawing rooms, a library containing 10, 000 books, 35 guest bedrooms, and an indoor bowling alley, 70,000 gallon swimming pool, and all rooms are filled with valuable antiques for example the chess set that once belonged to Napoleon and precious art by the old masters, including Rembrandt and Reuben's. There are priceless statues and ornaments of porcelain, marble, bronze and ivory. ... more
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by - written on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
The Biltmore Estate. The Biltmore Estate is situated in the East Coast state of North Carolina in the USA. Situated near Ashville it is reputed to be Americas Largest Home. The Estate belongs to the Vanderbilt family whose patriarch was Cornelius Vanderbilt who was the tenth richest men in the world and his fortune was estimated to be worth $1, 67.4 billion dollars. They gained their fortune from building railroads and shipping and owned a sizeable amount of Manhattan having massive Mansions built on Fifth Avenue, New York. They originated from Holland from the Village of Bilt. The Biltmore Estate was bought by George Washington ... Read the complete review
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