Tudors are a popular style throughout the United States. They are known for steep roofs, groups of windows, and arched entryways. Many Tudor style homes you see in America were built from 1900 to 1940 and the Tudor style homes in North Carolina are no different.
Tudors are also known for half-timbering, which is where material (such as brick, stone, or plaster) is filled in between wood panels. Originating in England during the Tudor period (1485-1603), these Renaissance-era houses are rich in history with the perpendicular style. Here is a picture showing half-timbering, where the in-fill itself is decorative:
Please see below for a complete list of Tudors for sale in Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, and the rest of the Triangle. Though North Carolina cities like Asheville and surrounding areas in Buncombe County are fortunate to have a large number of tudor homes, the Raleigh area has many more than you might think. Feel free to Contact Us if you have any questions about a home, or would like to speak with a realtor to schedule a showing.
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