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The Wright Wisconsin Wonder: America's Most Famous Architect
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by The CE Shop Team

Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most revered architects in history, was born right here in Wisconsin. Learn more about his contributions to the Badger State.

This Arizona Property Is One of the Nation's Most Famous
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by The CE Shop Team

Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most revered architects in history, built a stunning, historic home right here in Scottsdale. Step inside this storied estate.

Colorado’s Mesa Verde Cliff Palace Is a Historic Wonder
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by The CE Shop Team

The Centennial State is home to an iconic array of architecture. Step inside one of Colorado’s most storied structures, whose backstory might surprise you. 

Natchez Is a Historic Property Haven
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by The CE Shop Team

Shrouded in an undeniably painful past, Natchez, Mississippi’s historic and well-preserved antebellum mansions are a draw for tourists and historians alike.

La Villita: San Antonio's Oldest Neighborhood
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by The CE Shop Team

La Villita may be one of San Antonio’s most well-known tourist attractions, but it’s also one of the most interesting historic neighborhoods in the city.

 A Prairie Preservation: Walter P. Chrysler’s Boyhood Home
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by The CE Shop Team

The state of Kansas is home to many historic properties, but one in particular holds a special place in history — the boyhood home of Walter P. Chrysler.

Kellum-Noble House: Houston's Oldest Home
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by The CE Shop Team

Houston is home to plenty of unique historic properties, but none are older than the Kellum-Noble House — one of H-town’s best-preserved time capsules.

History for Sale: Massachusetts’ Oldest Homes on the Market
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by The CE Shop Team

Massachusetts is full of awe-inspiring antique homes that are waiting to welcome new families after generations have enjoyed their charm and character. 

New Harmony’s Atheneum Is Indiana’s Most Iconic Building
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by The CE Shop Team

New Harmony was once a utopian community that sought to change the world. Today, the Atheneum building is a reminder of the town’s futuristic vision of change. 

Welcome to Fort Mackinac, Michigan’s Oldest Building
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by The CE Shop Team

Fort Mackinac once was the epicenter of the fur trade and, thereafter, was the site of key battles. Today it’s a reminder of America’s conflict-filled history.