Tudor chimney

Tudor chimney

A term occasionally used for a stepped-back chimney.
References in classic literature ?
Far away I could catch glimpses of the old gray building with its bristling Tudor chimneys, but the drive ran through a dense shrubbery, and I saw no more of my man.
There is a listed dovecote in a Tudor chimney stack in the Grade II listed farmhouse, which dates back to the 15th century.
To make it even more inviting, the main bedroom has an open fire in the Tudor chimney breast.
The house is mainly constructed around the two mighty Tudor chimney breasts, permanent reminders of its deep roots.
You can stroll around the grounds admiring the battlements, the giant Tudor chimneys and the kitchen garden.
Although its tall, slender, Tudor chimneys stood stiffy defiant against encroaching development, a missing brick from the crown of one of them threatened defeat.
With its tall, twisted Tudor chimneys, the view has barely changed in centuries.