Octagonal house

Octagonal house

An eight-sided house, usually two to four stories high.
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14 (1971) Longwood in Natchez, America's largest octagonal house, was dedicated as a national historic landmark.
Poplar Forest was America's first octagonal house and had one of the country's largest skylights when it was built in 1806.
House rotates 360 degreesIn Australia, the Everingham family created the right aspect to a whole new level by building an octagonal house that can be rotated 360 degrees to catch whatever view or sun they want.
On Friday night, Jackie Dankworth is giving a jazz concert in the octagonal house which sits 450 people.
historic Longwood, America's largest octagonal house, is also
It's the largest octagonal house in all of the United States and Canada.
Natchez is also home to the largest octagonal house in America, Longwood, which is on the tour.
Also at the rear is the Octagonal House, formally used as a dairy and used for garden equipment storage.