Monday 22 September 2014

Presidential Palaces

Here are ten famous houses in history.

Monticello resized on picnik

1.  Monticello was Thomas Jefferson's house in Virginia courtesy

2.  Franklin D. Roosevelt's Hyde Park estate on the Hudson River courtesy

3.  George Washington's Mount Vernon estate courtesy

Hermitage Mansion

4.  Andrew Jackson's The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee courtesy

5.  Woodrow Wilson's house in Washington D.C. courtesy

6.  John F. Kennedy's birthplace, Brookline, Massachusetts courtesy

7.  Sherwood Forest, Virginia, home of John Tyler courtesy

8.  James Madison's home, Montpelier, Virginia courtesy

9.  James Buchanan's house, Wheatland, Pennsylvania courtesy

10.  Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, New York, home of Theodore Roosevelt courtesy

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