Grouped Windows: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Grouped Windows: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Tudor revival homes usually have windows in groups of two, three or four. Most often casement as opposed to double-hung, the windows are multi-paned, with panes sometimes arranged in a diamond pattern.

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