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Tudor cottage in woods. You could do this in K.C. My new home, I hope, will be a tudor style cottage.

Tudor cottage in woods. You could do this in K.C. My new home, I hope, will be a tudor style cottage.

Tudor Cottage at dusk... This cottage is almost exactly what I envision in my dream place. Love the windows the perfect place to  put my window flower boxes.

Tudor Cottage at dusk... This cottage is almost exactly what I envision in my dream place. Love the windows the perfect place to put my window flower boxes.

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I think I'll need a cottage too :)

House Plans We Know You’ll Love. A Tiny Tudor Rendering

A Tiny Tudor - House Plans We Know You’ll Love

House Plans We Know You’ll Love. A Tiny Tudor Rendering

1940's style cottage in Highland Park Texas

1940's style cottage in Highland Park Texas

Oak House ~ an album of current photos and period ads for a craftsman Tudor home.  Living spaces, fireplace (the tile!!), tiled kitchen and baths all shown

Oak House ~ an album of current photos and period ads for a craftsman Tudor home. Living spaces, fireplace (the tile!!), tiled kitchen and baths all shown

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Leaded Bay Window  www.lindafloyd.com

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Lancaster Lantern at Dusk on Lake Michigan

Lancaster Lantern at Dusk on Lake Michigan

The facades of Tudor-style homes are often dominated by one or more prominent, steeply pitched cross gables. This home features two front gables and brick wall cladding. Brick became the preferred wall surface for even the most modest Tudor cottages after masonry veneering was popularized in the 1920s.

Tudor-Style Home Ideas

The facades of Tudor-style homes are often dominated by one or more prominent, steeply pitched cross gables. This home features two front gables and brick wall cladding. Brick became the preferred wall surface for even the most modest Tudor cottages after masonry veneering was popularized in the 1920s.

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