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Top 10 Famous Mansions No One Wants To Buy For Any Price  from BE AMAZED

Top 10 Famous Mansions No One Wants To Buy For Any Price from BE AMAZED

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Year: 2018
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0 seconds 720 Who doesn’t want to live in a mansion? The glamor, the privilege, the amenities, and all that space. Here are ten picks for mansions no one wants to buy at any price. Subscribe for more! ► http://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄Stay updated ► http://goo.gl/JyGcTt http://goo.gl/5c8dzr ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: hello@beamazed.comBe Amazed by these 10 famous mansions no one wants to buy at any price! Granot Loma - Located along Lake Superior in Michigan, this is the biggest log cabin in the US – spanning 26000 square feet on 5,000 acres of prime woodland. The “Watcher” Home - Most people hire others to watch their home while they’re away. However, In Westfield, New Jersey, there’s a family who have their house watched over for free. Party Penthouse - They say New York is a city that never sleeps. And this particular townhouse apartment embodies that statement perfectly. Historic Montclair House - Here’s the deal of the century – a gorgeous 3900 squarefoot house with six bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and three fireplaces, located on almost three acres of land. Pillars Estate - This mansion was built in the 1800s in the Greek-revival style. Charming Forge Mansion - Located in Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania, a portion of this colonial style mansion was originally built in 1749 along the Tulpehocken Creek. Ann Starrett Mansion - Located in Port Townsend, Washington, this beautiful Victorian mansion with Queen Anne architectural detailing was built in 1889. SK Pierce Mansion - Located in Gardner, Massachusetts, this house was built in 1875 by Sylvester K. Pierce – a successful chair maker. The Priestly House - Located in Canton, Mississippi, this gorgeous Georgian-style house was built by Dr. James Priestly in 1852. Schweppe Mansion - Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, this mansion was built in 1917 by famous architect, Frederick Wainwright Perkins, as a wedding gift for Laura Shedd and her husband, Charles Schweppe. Comments:
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