Tudor arch


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Tudor arch

Tudor arch
A relatively flat, slightly pointed arch whose inner surface is struck from four centers; common in the architecture of Tudor England.
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This unique,history-drenched property is part of the larger Llannerch Hall country estate and incorporates sandstone elements from the Jacobean main house and an impressive Tudor arched entrance and forecourt.
Of interest are the two Tudor arches at ground level which when excavated would reveal access to the undercroft below the Tudor room.
The gabled porch has a central doorway modelled on the original inner doorway with a Tudor arched head.
There is an early Tudor arched fireplace in the main bedroom, mullioned windows, an inglenook and decent room sizes, including the main sitting room, more than 21ft by 14ft.