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ARCHITECTURE – another great example of beautiful design. Victorian Stairway, Portland, Maine photo via welove

A place to find neat museums

The Morse-Libby Mansion in Portland Maine is a great place if you’re a fan of Victoriana. The house is quite […]

The Point in Hyde Park,NY tucked away on the Mills property is the Point, an abandoned mansion designed by Calvert Vaux. It sits literally in the middle of the woods, and the only way to get here is by walking down a couple of dirt roads. Old Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Houses, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, Mansion Designs

The Point

Tucked away on the Mills property is the Point, an abandoned mansion designed by Calvert Vaux. It sits literally in the middle of the woods, and the only way to get here is by walking down a couple of dirt roads.

Dock street gate and gatehouse, view W. Places In New York, Places To Go, Hyde Park New York, Journey's End, Gate House, Biltmore Estate, Hudson River, Hudson Valley, Historic Homes

16. Dock street gate and gatehouse, view W. - Vanderbilt Mansion Roads & Bridges, Hyde Park, Dutchess County, NY

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Ceiling plasterwork detail in Vanderbilt Mansion.

Ceiling plasterwork detail in Vanderbilt Mansion. Hyde Park, NY.

Ceiling plasterwork detail in Vanderbilt Mansion. Hyde Park, NY.

 Exterior view of carriage house, view NE at the former country residence of F. Gold Rooms, Victorian Photos, House Viewing, Biltmore Estate, Coach House, Architecture Design, Tudor Architecture, Carriage House, Hyde Park

20. Exterior view of carriage house, view NE. - Vanderbilt Mansion Roads & Bridges, Hyde Park, Dutchess County, NY

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Our first stop in New York was at the Vanderbilt Mansion. This home is operated by the National Parks, so with our Senior Pass we got in fr.

Visit to the Vanderbilt's in Hyde Park

Our first stop in New York was at the Vanderbilt Mansion. This home is operated by the National Parks, so with our Senior Pass we got in free. Front of the mansion. This the back of the mansion. It faces on the Hudson River and was considered the main entrance to the house. Here are the view from the backyard. Most of the trees that are here now, were not here in Vanderbilt's time or they were much smaller. They had a yacht parked on the Hudson River. In the entry hall. The above picture is…

Greenhouse (circa - at the Hoyt House (“The Point”)

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The Carriage Barn Designed in 1888 for the Suckley Family.Wilderstein is a gorgeous Queen Anne styled mansion along the Hudson River designed by Poughk. Victorian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Carriage House Garage, Journey's End, Hudson River, Covered Bridges, Queen Anne, Old Houses, Abandoned

The Carriage Barn Designed in 1888 for the Suckley Family..on the site of their home, Wilderstein, a gorgeous Queen Anne styled mansion along the Hudson River.

Once upon a holiday, the Mills Mansion — now the Staatsburgh State Historic Site, near Rhinebeck, NY — was home to some of the most exclusive Christmas parties in the country.

At The Not So General Mills Mansion: A Gilded Age Holiday

Running through December 31, the Gilded Age Christmas event at Mills Mansion near Rhinebeck, allows tantalizing views into a bygone era of would-be royalty living it up during the Yuletide season.

Vanderbilt Mansion, Coach House, Hyde Park, Dutchess County, NY Photos from Survey HABS

Vanderbilt Mansion, Coach House, Hyde Park, Dutchess County, NY

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Big Old Houses: A Palace on the Hudson

Big Old Houses: A Palace on the Hudson

Our first stop in New York was at the Vanderbilt Mansion. This home is operated by the National Parks, so with our Senior Pass we got in fr.

Visit to the Vanderbilt's in Hyde Park

Our first stop in New York was at the Vanderbilt Mansion. This home is operated by the National Parks, so with our Senior Pass we got in free. Front of the mansion. This the back of the mansion. It faces on the Hudson River and was considered the main entrance to the house. Here are the view from the backyard. Most of the trees that are here now, were not here in Vanderbilt's time or they were much smaller. They had a yacht parked on the Hudson River. In the entry hall. The above picture is…