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Beautiful 2-story home in the Tudor style featuring a 2 sided fireplace, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths.

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Live in a Traditional English Tudor style house plan with your own personal Great Hall, now in the form of a large, airy kitch...

Tudor style house plans have architectural features that evolved from medieval times when large buildings were built in a post-and-beam fashion. The spaces between the large framing members were then filled with plaster to close off the building from the outside. This technique provided a lot of architectural appeal to the homes as half of the rough sawed framing members were visible from the outside.

Features of Modern Tudor Home Plans

These days most Tudor style house plans are not actually built in the...
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Tudor style house plans have architectural features that evolved from medieval times when large buildings were built in a post-and-beam fashion. The spaces between the large framing members were then filled with plaster to close off the building from the outside. This technique provided a lot of architectural appeal to the homes as half of the rough sawed framing members were visible from the outside.

Features of Modern Tudor Home Plans

These days most Tudor style house plans are not actually built in the post-and-beam fashion. The look, however, is achieved by fastening rough sawed lumber on the outside of the home plan to create the post-and-beam look. The space between them is then filled with plaster or stucco.

Other features of Tudor homes include complex and steep roof lines with various gables of alternating heights, dormers, basements, and large sculpted brick chimneys. Because of the various features of these homes, they are generally expensive to build. Steep roof pitches and complex roof systems make the home plan quite time consuming to frame and more complex to shingle; not to mention the cost of building several sculpted chimneys, the stucco, wood trim, and brick wainscoting.

We have a large collection of tudor floor plans to choose from when searching for your new home. If you have any questions before purchasing, please contact us for help.

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Tudor House Plans

Beautiful 2-story home in the Tudor style featuring a 2 sided fireplace, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths.

Tudor style house plans have architectural features that evolved from medieval times when large buildings were built in a post-and-beam fashion. The spaces between the large framing members were then filled with plaster to close off the building from the outside. This technique provided a lot of architectural appeal to the homes as half of the rough sawed framing members were visible from the outside.

Features of Modern Tudor Home Plans

These days most Tudor style house plans are not actually built in the post-and-beam fashion. The look, however, is achieved by fastening rough sawed lumber on the outside of the home plan to create the post-and-beam look. The space between them is then filled with plaster or stucco.

Other features of Tudor homes include complex and steep roof lines with various gables of alternating heights, dormers, basements, and large sculpted brick chimneys. Because of the various features of these homes, they are generally expensive to build. Steep roof pitches and complex roof systems make the home plan quite time consuming to frame and more complex to shingle; not to mention the cost of building several sculpted chimneys, the stucco, wood trim, and brick wainscoting.

We have a large collection of tudor floor plans to choose from when searching for your new home. If you have any questions before purchasing, please contact us for help.

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There’s Nothing Like a Tudor Style Home for Storybook Appeal


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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From William Shakespeare to Walt Disney, Tudor Style Inspires the Imagination   No other design in architectural history has captivated the imagination more than the Tudor style – with its rustic half-timbered exteriors, decorative chimneys, and romantic steeply gabled rooflines. The Tudor home has people rhapsodizing about its Old World charm and storybook appeal. The Tudor style – named after the Tudor Dynasty (1485-1603) – originated in England in the 15th century. During this period, the country was in the mi


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