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ok 19th century
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Correct century! Very Happy

I think that's close enough, the exact date would be hard to guess.

It's called the Red House and it first belonged to the British writer (some of his work is among the forerunners of fantasy and sci-fi), designer of the Arts&Crafts movement and political activist William Morris(1834-1896). The house was built in 1859-60 and was designed by Philip Webb(1831-1915).

http://www.morrissociety.org/redhouse.htm


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Yes, at least I got the right century .

Here's an easy one but what decade and century.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a2/Thomas_Jefferson%27s_Monticello_Estate.jpg

I just think it's so beautiful one of my favorite pieces of architecture
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Crap! Thomas Jefferson...when was he alive...uh, 1700's...17...65?
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He died,if I am not mistaken, in 1826, on the same day as John Adams. (Checking would be cheating, I guess.) I'm not just sure whether he build Monticello or bought/inherited it.


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your getting warmer just think before July 4th 1776
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1775?
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Your close enough, it was bulit in the 1760s.
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