Influenced by 15th-17th century English traditions, American homebuilders recreated Tudor style house designs toward the end of the 19th century. Overlapping gables, patterned brick or stonework, and incorporating timbers in the facade evoke Medieval times. Large, leaded windows bring an abundance of light into Tudor homes. Typically one and a half to two stories, Tudor style homes are designed for comfortable family living. And, Tudor houses have expansive living areas with high, often beamed, ceilings adding elegance and grandeur.
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