Park Gables: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Park Gables: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Park Gables, built in 1927, is a vintage apartment complex located in West Ridge, a neighborhood of Chicago. It exhibits the classic characteristics of Tudor Revival style: a layered shingle roof and an exterior made of brick -- although stone, stucco and slate are also common among other Tudor-style buildings.

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