Classic Tudor construction gives this secluded, luxurious home - tucked into the woods in California's Lake Arrowhead community - a cozy, cottage feel and storybook warmth. The 4.5-acre property includes the 6,700-square-foot main house and a 3,200-square-foot guest house.
Historical grandeur, modern amenities—those features are what make this 1891 English manor so unique. Situated on almost three acres in Greenwich, Connecticut, the home includes seven bedrooms, a pool and beautiful formal gardens.
A row of round shrubs lines the concrete path in front of the home's well-manicured front yard. Sloping and steep rooflines are emphasized by a darker gray roof, creating an overall design rooted in Tudor style.
Tudor-Style Home Designed by Architect Julia Morgan in San Francisco's Presidio Heights
Julia Morgan, known best for her architectural design of the Hearst Castle, designed the Presidio Heights home which served as the location for the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The Tudor home was completed in 1917 and later expanded to feature 9,758 square feet of living space overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
Stunning Tudor Features Red Brick & Terraced Landscaping
This lovely Tudor home radiates with personality through the use of prestigious brick and gray shingles. The white trim adds style to the outlines while terraced, stone landscaping adds style and excitement.
Continuing around the front, designers opted to remove the wood accents of this historic Tudor home in favor of an all-stucco exterior. To incorporate pieces of traditional flair, though, designers added decorative brick around the home's doorway and window arches to embrace the character of this historic home.
A gray concrete driveway and path lead to this stunning home exterior rooted in a Tudor-style design with inspiration from English country architecture. Placed above most windows and the front doorway, corbel-style fascias in cedar add definition to the light gray exterior. Well-manicured landscaping of shrubs and small trees ensures picture-perfect curb appeal.
Pavers in a quatrefoil design, repeated from this home’s Tudor-style architecture, is a focal point of the motor court. Reclaimed street pavers are used for the front drive, as well as, the back patio. The scale of the motor court was defined and softened with boxwood hedging and large lindens spaded in. The home in Glencoe, Ill., was an Association of Professional Landscape Designers 2015 Landscape Design Award winner.