Tudor Revival (1890-1940)

National Register #00000322: Ernest Coxhead House in San Mateo Ernest Coxhead House in San Mateo
Built c.1893
Photographed 27 October 2004
National Register #99001181: Seven Oaks in San Mateo Seven Oaks in San Mateo
Built 1901
Photographed 15 October 2012
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Tudor Revival mansions of the late 19th and early 20th century were inspired by English Renaissance buildings of the 16th and 17th centuries including the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.

These grand, asymmetrical buildings had steeply pitched roof with one or more intersecting gable, decorative half-timbering and long rows of casement windows.

By the early 20th century, the style had been adapted to more modest houses and has remained popular ever since.

Tudor Revival buildings are characterized by:

  • Steeply pitched roofs with wooden or slate shingles
  • Intersecting gables
  • Stacked chimneys or chimney pots
  • Half-timbering
  • Casement windows with leaded glass and six-over-one double hung windows
  • Oriels and one or two story bay windows
  • Multiple materials including stucco, rubblework masonry, patterned stonework or brickwork, clapboards
  • Vertical plank doors
  • Asymmetrical floor plan

 

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Clark-McConnell House 1936961 Southeast 8th StreetGrants Pass, OR Street 08 SE 0961Clark-McConnell House
Coxhead House189337 East Santa Inez AvenueSan MateoSanta Inez E 037Coxhead House
Engine Company No. 31 19081088 Green StreetSan FranciscoGreen 1088Engine Company No. 31
Graham House1928548 California AvenueRenoCalifornia 0548Graham House
Kohl Mansion19142750 Adeline DriveBurlingameAdeline 2750Kohl Mansion
LeConte Memorial Lodge 1903Southside Drive Near Curry Village DriveYosemite ValleySouthsideLeConte Memorial Lodge
Monteagle House19212516 Pacific AvenueSan FranciscoPacific 2516Monteagle House
Oakland Free Library: Alden Branch19185205 Telegraph AvenueOaklandTelegraph 5205Oakland Free Library: Alden Branch
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Building1925145 North Bartlett StreetMedford, ORBartlett N 0145Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Building
Patton House1929245 Valley View Drive Medford, ORValley View 0245Patton House
Reddy House1910122 Oregon TerraceMedford, OROregonReddy House
Roos House19093500 Jackson StreetSan FranciscoJackson 3500Roos House
Root-Banks House191511 North Peach StreetMedford, ORPeach NRoot-Banks House

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