Architectural Significance: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Architectural Significance: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

While not all Tudor homes are grand mansions, the Tudor architectural style did come into popularity during the first half of the 19th century when businessmen began coming into money. The homes were meant to stand out on a magnificent scale, and because they were built to stand the test of time, still maintain their architectural significance today.

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