Half-Timbering: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Half-Timbering: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

The characteristic half-timbering, the structure's seemingly exposed wood framing, is almost exclusively ornamental in the U.S. And because these homes are built from noble materials, they tend to hold up very well.

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