Tudor style house plans became very popular toward the end of the 19th century in America with builders influenced by 15th-17th century English traditions. Overlapping gables, patterned brick or stonework, and incorporating timbers in the facade evoked Medieval times and became very stylish. Large, leaded windows bring an abundance of light into Tudor home design. Typically one and a half to two stories, these homes are designed for comfortable family living. And, they have expansive living areas with high, often beamed, ceilings adding a touch of rustic elegance and grandeur.
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Tudor house plans definitely have personality with all of their unique details that include leaded windows and rustic timber exterior finishes. English tudor style homes can be small like classic English cottages, or larger like English manor homes. Whatever style of Tudor you like, you'll be able to find it at House Plans and More.
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