Tudor Architectural Style
Popularized in the US at the end of the 19th century, this style is loosely based on medieval English architecture rather than the Tudors from which it borrows its name. While the mixed siding materials, casement windows and elaborate chimneys are similar to Cottage style, Tudors are much larger. Steep multi gabled rooflines and half- timber framing are distinctive to this style. Often built for wealthy homeowners, Tudor houses were sometimes called “Stockbroker Tudors” because their financially successful owners had frequently made their wealth in the booming 1920s stock market.
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