English Tudor Cottage Style
8. Tudor Revival The Tudor period in Great Britain was between the late 15th century and the early 17th century. Borrowing from that period, Tudor houses in the U.S. are modern re-creations and are more often known as Tudor Revival homes. Primarily built at the end of the 1800s and early 1900s, some refer in style to humble cottages with thatched roofs. More expensive houses were built on a grander scale as vast mansions. Spot it: You can tell a Tudor Revival home by its visible timber framing, gables, parapets and patterned brick or stonework.
Ivy covered A-frame stone Tudor, cir. 1920-1930
Home of Bill Lowe (Atlanta) c. 1910 a Tudor adaptation with an asymmetrical design
Old Tudor home (a Tudor gallery}
Andie MacDowell's Home in the Biltmore Forest community, Asheville, North Carolina. The interiors of the home were mostly of arts and crafts design influenced by the Roycroft movement at about the turn of the century.
Her magazine and television ads have helped sell cosmetics and hair-care products for years, and now L'Oreal spokesperson Andie MacDowell is trying to sell her cottage-like home in North Carolina. Located in the prestigious community of Biltmore Forest, the inviting abode boasts meticulous craftsmanship and superb artistic detail. The model and actress, who can currently be seen on the big screen in the remake of the 1984 flick Footloose , has listed her home for 4.5 million. UPDATE…
Andie MacDowell sold her Tudor Cottage style home located in the North Carolina community of Biltmore Forest for 3 million in May 2012.
Tudor home, Ottawa, Canada
gable roofline brought down to form porch, timber detailing