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The 19 most photographed homes in America

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The 19 Most Photographed Homes in America

Whether you’re an avid shutterbug or simply an admirer of regal real estate, you’ll want to save space on your camera roll for these picture-perfect properties, whose impressive architecture or intriguing history have earned them a place among the most photographed homes in the country.

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