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Tour a Frank Lloyd Wright classic and a historic home built by Cornelius Vanderbilt II.

| By Nicole Kliest | Interiors

6 Iconic East Coast Homes Where You Can Actually Snoop Around

Tour a Frank Lloyd Wright classic and a historic home built by Cornelius Vanderbilt II.

While hotels and restaurants lend some of our greatest inspirations for design, nothing quite beats the intimacy of a personal space. And though you probably know we’re already enamoured with the classic home tour, there’s something exceedingly thrilling about stepping foot inside a historic property that once belonged to an iconic figure. From the landscaping and architecture to the interiors, getting to wander the halls of old painters, entrepreneurs, and authors alike is a uniquely magical experience.

Though some homes haven’t been preserved and only live on through vintage photographs, others – like the six highlighted ahead – have been immortalised through landmark programs that protect their heritage.

Continue below to find out which east coast homes you should plan a visit to see this year (and perhaps even model your own home after, should inspiration strike).

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