Ainsley House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Ainsley House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Built in 1925, the Ainsley House is an example of the English Tudor style architecture that gained popularity in the San Francisco Bay area in the 1920s. Tudor Revival architecture is based on building styles that were common in England from the late Medieval period to the 16th century. The historic Ainsley House, which is now a city-run museum, incorporates influences from the Arts and Crafts Movement, also of the 1920s. The house features wood paneling, prominent chimneys and multi-paned bay windows.

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