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Tour Inside the Massively Charming Biltmore Estate – Each Room More Stunning Than the Last

The exquisitely decorated rooms reflect what the nobility of Europe would have been displaying at the time. Masterful antiques of German, French, and English origin fill each and every room, as well as priceless artworks by artists like Renoir and John Singer Sergeant. No expense was too great, from the fabrics to the clocks to the finely carved furniture.

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- Tapestry Room

The fireplace in the tapestry room is simply stunning. Via/ Flickr

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- Tapestry Room

The tapestry room laid out with a fine china tea set. Via/ Flickr

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- hallway

Even the hallways look impressive. Via/ Flickr

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- hallway

The stairs. Via/ Flickr

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- bedroom

Mrs. Vanderbilt’s room. Via/ Flickr

See Inside the Charming and Massive Biltmore Estate- bedroom

The bedrooms are a lavish as any of the bigger common rooms. Via/ Flickr

Today the estate is open to the public for tours, despite being privately owned. The incredible rooms and grounds are a testament to another era of unrestrained wealth and luxury.

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