The Tudor architectural style is the final development of Medieval architecture in
England, ... Castles and smaller manor houses often had moats, portcullises and
.... Flagstone or dirt floors rathe...
It is very rare to find a true Tudor that is symmetrical. Sections of the house might
be faced in stone or brick, and the use of a combination of building materials is ...
Built for wealthy homeowners, Tudor houses were of solid masonry with
elaborate ... types, and richly decorated chimneys that make it a highly stylized
Storybook details and countryside charm make this architecture style ... All Tudor
houses have steeply pitched roofs, usually with side gables, meaning the ...
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A house that has many angles on the roof instead of the modern 2.
Nov 12, 2013 ... If you'd like to bring Tudor architectural details into your exterior and interior ...
don't forget about your exterior amenities such as fencing, pool houses, and ....
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Information and photographs of Tudor Houses and Homes. ... mixture of clay,
sand and dung that is smeared (daubed) into and over the wattle to make the
Although timber framing was integral to the structure of medieval houses, most
Tudor examples are purely decorative, and many different designs and patterns ...