Tudor Revival


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Tudor Revival
A term descriptive of a picturesque mode of domestic architecture prevalent from about 1880 to 1940 and beyond, emulating its Tudor architecture prototype. Homes in this style, usually asymmetrical in plan, often were clad in brick, or stucco in combination with wood; commonly, false half-timbering; surface ornamentation consisting of strapwork; steeply pitched gables with little overhang at the eaves; bargeboards
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The Idea House roof needed to combine long life and durability with a classic shake look that fits its Tudor revival style.
Echoing of Trumpets (to Martinu) was a much-anticipated Tudor revival.
Before Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti and wife Amy Wakeland moved to Getty House, a grand Tudor Revival mansion In the wealthy Windsor Square 'hood that serves as the official mayoral residence, they lived high on a steep hillside in the economically diverse Echo Park neighborhood, in a glassy, mid-century modern that's been sold for $1.
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5,024 s/f Tudor Revival designed by Manhattan architect Albert Bodker.
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His public buildings were mostly variations of the Beaux-Arts style, while his private homes were Colonial Revival, Arts and Crafts, Tudor Revival, Spanish Revival, or a mix thereof.
The 1925 Tudor revival residence included the original charming three-bedroom cottage with an enormous new master bedroom addition, a pool and terrace, a rose garden and detached garage.
Docent-led tours of the 1925 home--donated to the city by Ainsley's granddaughters in 1989--reveal a stunning example of Tudor revival architecture.
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We call it Tudor revival with a twist because it recalls traditional homes in early Seattle neighborhoods, but is contemporary in the way it opens to a multifunctional garden landscape.
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