Tudor Style Homes
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Gold Coast Mansions in Nassau County,NY
Coe Hall, Planting Fields, Oyster Bay Coe Hall, built between 1918 - 1921, is a 65 room Tudor Revial mansion designed by architects, Walker & Gillette. The interior is that of the Elizabethan style. It was the home to William Robertson Coe, insurance magnate and his wife Mary Rogers Coe. The surrounding grounds, Planting Fields Arboretum, was landscaped by the Olmsted Brothers and comprise of 409 acres of formal gardens, woodland paths, greenhouses and extensive plant collections.
Lapham-Patterson House, Valdosta, GA - Built by Tudor Rommerdal for Chicago shoe manufacturer Charles W. Laphan in 1885, this Queen Anne style home is one of the first winter cottages built. The 19 room home was ahead of its time with hot and cold running water, gas lighting, and built-in closets. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the house is that there are no square rooms or right angles in the main structure as required by Mr. Lapham.
Tudor - A Gothic Style Greenhouse Kit With Many Decorative Touches
The Tudor greenhouse features a steep roof pitch and many decorative touches. This wood and glass greenhouse has an efficient layout with lots of overhead plant hanging space. Terrific for hanging orchids. A beautiful addition to your garden and home.
Historic Preservation: Olmsted Legacy Tour
The Larsen-Lindholm home exhibits an eclectic blend of Tudor Revival, Japanese and Swiss Chalet influence, woven into the more prominent Craftsman style. With a side-gabled roof, exposed rafter tails and knee-brace brackets, false half-timbering and wide, decorative bargeboards, the home remains an artistic representation of various early twentieth century architectural styles.
Shingle style—As support for the lavish Queen Anne style began to wane at the turn of the century, the more relaxed, less complicated Shingle style gained favor. Sided in rough, cedar shingles, these homes can borrow traits from the Tudor, Queen Anne or classical designs. Irregular roof lines, short towers, porches and an asymmetrical floor plan are indicative of the style.
Artcraft Lighting AC8421BK TUDOR European Style Outdoor Wall Sconce Light, Black by Artcraft. $130.00. From the Manufacturer Beautiful European styled outdoor wall sconce with clear glassware in black finish. For over 50 years, ARTCRAFT has earned a reputation for excellence in home lighting products that is the envy of many companies in North America. ARTCRAFT is a "family" owned business with many talented and skilled individuals, all dedicated to qual...