Margaret Mitchell House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Margaret Mitchell House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

A beautiful example of Tudor Revival style is the Margaret Mitchell House, a three-story building built in 1899, where Mitchell lived when she wrote her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Gone With the Wind. Since then, it has gone through many changes, but it remains true to its Tudor style. The steep, multi-gabled roof lines and decorative half-timber framing are classic attributes.

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