Teddy Roosevelt had the original man cave. The 26th President of the United States definitely knew how to live. Check it out…
Theodore Roosevelt’s Long Island mansion is set to reopen to the public following a $10million restoration.
Sagamore Hill, known as the 26th president’s ‘Summer White House,’ underwent a four-year restoration by the National Park Service.
The Lincoln, Jefferson and Grant portraits have been cleaned and the massive elk, moose and buffalo heads are back on the wall following the extensive works.
Every one of the 12,000 items owned by the former president, including an estimated 10,000 books and dozens of ‘trophies’ from his hunting expeditions, were removed from the 28-room, Queen Anne Shingle style mansion and then painstakingly repaired and replaced exactly where he left them.
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