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  • Next month's <a href="http://www.architecturaldigest.com/celebrity-homes/2014/laura-and-george-w-bush-prairie-chapel-ranch-texas-article">Architectural Digest</a> showcases a famous house like you've never seen it before: former President George W. Bush's breezy Crawford, TX ranch home, known during his presidency as the &quot;Western White House.&quot;</p> <p>Here's the breezeway, where the 43rd president reportedly practices his newest hobby:&nbsp;<a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video/george-bush-painting-reflects-precocious-nature-19035045">painting</a>.&nbsp;</p>
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  • In the course of Bush' eight-year tenure, eight heads of state -- from Russian President Vladimir Putin to Saudi Arabian King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz -- visited the Bush's rural getaway. Post-presidency, his daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, was married there in 2008, and he and his wife often use the three-bedroom home (and accompanying guest house) as a retreat for family and friends. The living room of former President George W. Bush's Crawford, TX ranch home.
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  • The study of former President George W. Bush's Crawford, TX ranch home.
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  • A pathway leads to the pool at former President George W. Bush's Crawford, TX ranch home.
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  • The August, 2014 issue of Architectural Digest features Laura and George W. Bush at their Crawford, Texas ranch.
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