Tudor by Hinsbrook Construction, Elmhurst, IL

The half timbering with both stucco and brick, the combo of materials on the chimney, the dark wood garage doors, the peaked roofs and the window above the arched front door!

A little bigger than my Tudor.

Victorian Style Homes

Tudor mansion Porte-Cochere...  note the antique Rolls-Royce.

Chapter 9 Part 1 Porte Cochere- this is a modern example. A two story building would have a porte cochere as a passage for pedestrians and things used for transportation. Merchants would typically only use them.

Usually don't like the homes with the garage stuck out in front of the actual home and the main focus of design. Enough going on to enjoy besides garage doors.

Exterior Pictures - Custom Home Builder Elmhurst, Oakbrook, Hinsdale, IL - Hinsbrook Construction

Exterior Pictures - Custom Home Builder Elmhurst, Oakbrook, Hinsdale, IL - Hinsbrook Construction

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Behold the 10 Most Beautiful Homes in Dallas, including this gem at 11737 High Forest Drive. Just, please, don& covet thy neighbor& house too much.

cute little home

Images of East Coast, Nantucket shingle-style homes were the inspiration for this grand Glencoe house.

Texas Tudor by wcraig, via Flickr

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Tudor style home based in the 1920's based on old English, stone, stucco, and wood, features tall chimney and steep roof.

106 Elm St Prospect Heights, IL 60070

Tudor style home based in the based on old English, stone, stucco, and wood, features tall chimney and steep roof. Stucco and brick chimney

This 8,437-square-foot Tudor estate in Highland Park, Texas, is listed for $4.295 million.

Examples of Tudor-Style Homes - WSJ Developments blog

tudor windows basket - Google Search

Classic Tudor-style homes are making a comeback. The reqs: pitched gabled roofs, large chimneys, latticed windows, black-and-white facades--and a general fairy-tale look. (Source: Philip Cheung for The Wall Street Journal)

Tudor House Tour - Designed by Frank Neely - Photography by Emily Followill

Gorgeous Brick House {If I Lived Here

“When an architect is truly successful doing historic work, no one would realize he was even here,” says Frank Neely. “My hope would be that folks driving by would just assume it’s a house and have no idea it is a Frank Neely.

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