real estate

Presidents' childhood homes

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Springwood estate, Hyde Park, N.Y.

When a house has a name -- in this case, Springwood -- you can count on it being palatial. This estate was FDR's lifelong home, except for his 12 years in the White House. He inherited it from his father.


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