During the end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, a new and exciting style of home were popularized in the United States. Classically European trained architects brought a new mix of architectural styles with them when they crossed the ocean and began to work in the United States. Typically, this style of home was built for the upper class and earned the nickname “stockbroker Tudor” as their financially successful owners had frequently made their wealth in the booming 1920’s stock market.

Tudor style homes are characterized by their steeply pitched gable roofs, elaborately styles masonry chimneys, beautifully embellished doorways, distinctive groupings of windows, and decorative half-timbering. These beautiful and sturdily crafted homes offer a romantic style with storybook details and countryside charm.

These homes tend to be rarity in the market, however, we currently have an impressive Tudor home listed in the sought-after Queen Anne area. This magnificent home has had a full restoration, and the modern interior is the perfect update for this unique style of home. With stunning Puget sound and Olympic west facing views, this 5 bedroom, 3 bath home with chef’s kitchen, master suite with luxury bath and walk in closet, and beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces, is a must see.

To learn more about about this beautiful Tudor home, click here.

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