World's most beautiful stately mansions
Not all houses are made of stone. Grand columns and elaborate mosaics, wide dining rooms with antique furniture. In these stunning stately mansions, we see enormous estates with vineyards.
Hearst Castle, California, USA
This California landmark, perched above the state's ruggedly beautiful Central Coast, is the impeccably realized manifestation of one man’s ultimate dream.
Como House, AU
Built in 1847, Como House in Melbourne was owned by the Armytage family from 1864 to 1959. The National Trust of Australia owns the structure.
This Baroque masterpiece is one of the world's most beautiful palaces. The mint, gold, and ivory exterior looks like it came from a Wes Anderson film or a wedding cake.
The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, is the biggest privately held residence in America, at 175,000 square feet (16,258sqm).
The beautiful Palace of Versailles, often known as the Château de Versailles, is a great home. Inches are cut, smoothed, and polished to perfection.
Ravadinovo Castle, Bulgaria
This magnificent Sozopol castle is aptly named ‘In Love with the Wind', adding to its allure. The 20,000-ton stone structure was conceived.
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