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1735 Tudor - House Exterior - Specific House Styles
 
1735 Tudor - House Exterior - Specific House Styles -

Image Text: 1900 to 1940's > half-timbering infill is usually stucco but can be decorative brick > decorative half-timbering is common > windows are typically casement or double-hung > steep side gables roof with front facing cross gable(s) > emphasis on roofs and chimneys > overlapping gables > large chimney with decorative pot > entrance doors often have rounded tops > tall, narrow windows that are often leaded and usually arranged in groups

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