This mansion is intriguing in the sense that it combines things from the old with new. The house is designed with the arts and antique James Deering collected. The house gives you a feeling that it is older than 100 years old because of all the antiques from 15th century to 19th century. Each of the rooms are well put together by the designer and the owner. The mansion itself is designed so that it welcomes the nature inside the home and allows the residence to step out to the outddors easily. The garden itself is designed with a lot of Italian renaissance influences. Each part of the garden is a unique garden by itself, a secret garden, a maze, a theatre, fountains, etc.
Overall, it is really worth the trip!
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