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Houses of the House Arrested

At right: the 600-acre property in the English countryside where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will balance a whole host of judicial brouhahas from the United States and Sweden. With an in-house cook and a wine cellar, it's not such a horrible place to have to shuffle around in an ankle bracelet. Our cousins at Curbed National take a look at other such houses of the house arrested, including Martha Stewart's estate in Westchester County and Roman Polanski's scenic Swiss chalet. [Curbed National]