The Tudor style house plan harkens back to medieval times with its heavy timber beams, plaster or stucco on the second story and stone or brick exterior detailing. The Tudor design’s roof lines are usually steep and vary in height with gables and detailed chimneys. Windows tend to be tall with mullions and transom framing.
- Heavy Wooden Beams
- Exteriors of Plaster or Stucco - Tall Windows
- Steep Complex Roof Lines - Gables of Varied Heights
Most Popular Tudor
A Tudor home can offer a dramatic flair to your living space with its casement windows, exposed timber beams, stucco and stone exterior and steeply pitched roofs. This distinctive architectural style can have the appearance of a grand European castle or charming Old World cottage. Tudor house plans come in a variety of different sizes, from two to six bedrooms, one or two stories, and plenty of living space on the main level. An open floor plan allows an easy line of sight from the kitchen to living room to dining room and the tall windows on every side let in an abundance of natural light. With its unique architecture and open floor plan, the Tudor house can make the perfect family home.