Tudor style homes are inspired by medieval architecture of the 16th century but did not become popular in the United States until the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Tudor homes made up the largest portion of homes built during the roaring 20's. European-trained architects, influenced by Old World styles, brought these elaborate and decorative homes to America and were primarily built for wealthy home owners.
Tudor Home Characteristics:
The key features of Tudor style homes include steep multi-gabled roofs, half wood/half stone exterior framing, and elegant entryways. These homes are often found on the east coast, in the Midwest and the Northwest because they are made to endure snow and rain. Tudor homes can range in pricing depending on location and square footage.
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