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This is a great combination of stone, stucco, red brick, and half-timbering.

Tudor style: The house features a great deal of dark half-timbering that is a trademark of old English architecture

How can you recognise a Tudor House? Most ordinary homes in Tudor times were half timbered - they had wooden frames and the spaces between were filled with small sticks and wet clay called wattle and daub. Tudor houses are known for their 'black-and-white' effect.

This Tudor mansion on the shore of Lake Erie, Ohio, has the style's classic steeply pitched roof and decorative framing.

Old world chest and topped with a lovely collection of old boxes. I just love this lovely vignette!

Window and table, Long Gallery, Packwood House by matthewallton, via Flickr

Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns.

Goose Green, Gomshall, England, seen through the railway arch are the Old Malthouse Cottages. These are a pleasing mix of Tudor style, stone, brick and half-timbering.

Tudor ~Wealth and Luxury ~Grand Mansions, Castles, Dream Homes & Luxury homes

storybook or Tudor style porch light, with yellow pebble glass inserts