beechwood

noun wood of any of various beech trees; used for flooring and containers and plywood and tool handles
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Beechwood

[Astor mansion] ==History== Built in 1851 for New York merchant Daniel Parrish by architects Andrew Jackson Downing and Calvert Vaux, it later became the summer estate of the Astor family. Before moving in, Mrs Astor hired architect Richard Morris Hunt to do many renovations including the addition of a ballroom to fit the famous `The Four H...
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Beechwood

[Beales, Virginia] Beechwood, also known as Jericho, is a historic home located near Beales, Southampton County, Virginia. The frame dwelling was built in several sections between about 1790 and late-19th centuries. It consists of a two-story, three-bay main block dated to about 1790 with a side-hall, double pile plan. It has a small one-ba...
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Beechwood

[Southbridge, Massachusetts] Beechwood is a historic house at 495 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The two story Stick style house was built in 1868 as a wedding gift from Jedidah Marcy to his granddaughter, and was one of the first houses of the early Victorian style to be built in Southbridge. It was also one of the first built ...
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Beechwood

[Vanderlip mansion] Beechwood is a Hudson River estate in Scarborough-on-Hudson, in Briarcliff Manor, New York. The estate was the home of Frank A. Vanderlip and his family, and is a contributing property to the Scarborough Historic District. The house and property were owned by the Vanderlip family until 1979. A developer purchased it in t...
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