A little history about the amazing Biltmore Estate is that is has a rich family history and gracious hospitality George and Edith Vanderbilt’s lavish family home is a masterpiece of beauty and luxury, as beautiful today as it was more than a century ago. Faithfully maintained and packed with original furnishings and art masterpieces, no other house in America provides a more authentic and inspiring view of Gilded Age life while implying that the Vanderbilts and their guests are still at home. Few trips to Asheville, North Carolina by George Vanderbilt. He first visited Asheville in 1887. He saw the area as a possible place for his home country. Vanderbilts creativity continues to be influenced by a second visit to Blue Ridge Mountains with their mother in 1888. He bought property for what Biltmore is going to become.
The 250-room French Renaissance château in Vanderbilt is a real marvel, the largest residential company. For six years, a whole group of artisans has come together to create America’s leading home and the surrounding ecological marvel. On Christmas Eve, George Vanderbilt’s retreat has been a wonderfully decorated, festive project. The finished home has more than four acres (35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces).
Thankfully this house is open for everyone to see. It’s in the finest sense a true European style building. One of the most lovely properties have anyone has had the fortune to visit in the United States. You could go multiple times and still definitely plan to go again. You are strongly advised to visit and stay at a hotel on the grounds. Both of them are stunning. The estate was excellent and the rooms were so beautiful. The garden was so vibrant and colorful. The barn is adorable children can keep animals and they are decorated entirely for Christmas depending on the season you are coming. It’s so beautiful and incredible, there are no words. The views are calm and breathtaking, making you feel as if you are at the top of the world. It’s a beautiful place. It is a beautiful building. But the grounds are far better. There are absolutely breathtaking gardens, walks, ponds, parks and rivers. This absolutely wonderful property can be spent day walking, cycling, kayaking and explore. This is one of the most beautiful places to visit.
This amazing location is located in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, along with these other must-see places of interest:
- Basilica of St. Lawrence
- The Arras, tallest structure in Asheville
- Biltmore Estate
- Botanical Gardens at Asheville
- Thomas Wolfe House
- Jackson Building
- McCormick Field
- North Carolina Arboretum
- Smith-McDowell House
- Grove Park Inn
And of course after visiting this amazing location, stop by Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary – Asheville CBD Store on Hendersonville Road in Asheville!