Craigside: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Craigside: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Designed by architect Norman Shaw, Cragside was built in 1863 in Northumberland, England. Originally built as a modest two-story lodge, Cragside was later transformed into a Free Tudor style mansion, at which point it became one of the first-ever Tudor style buildings. Featuring a half-timbered exterior -- or exposed wood framing -- Cragside is a popular English landmark and symbol of Tudor style.

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