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The entrance tower contain a series of windows with decorated jambs that extend from the front door to the most decorated dormer at Biltmore on the fourth floor.
The carved decorations include trefoils, flowing tracery, rosettes and at prominent lookouts, gargoyles.
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Hunt sited the four-story Indiana limestone built home to face east with a 375-foot facade to fit into the mountainous topography behind.
The facade is asymmetrically balanced with two projecting wings connecting to the entrance tower with an open loggia to the left side and a windowed arcade to the right which held the Winter Garden that was fashionable during the Victorian era.
The self-supporting ceramic tile vault and arch system was used extensively inside and outside of Biltmore, and was patented by Rafael Guastavino, a Spanish architect and engineer, that personally supervised the installation.