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Biltmore Estate: South and West Side (page 4 of 7 pages)

Richard Morris Hunt
Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect

The South facade

The South Terrace is beyond the building to the south. It had a bowling green and has a small teahouse at the southernmost end.

The Library Terrace

Outside the library doors one finds this arbor, in spring and summer covered with flowers from wisteria and trumpet vines.

Statuary on the South Terrace


The west facade

The rear of the house overlooks a Deer Park and has a scenic view of the mountains.

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