Identified by steeply pitched and multi-gabled rooflines, decorative half-timbering and embellished doorways, Tudor, or Tudor Revival, architecture is among the most beloved home styles out there. These homes feature elements inspired by the medieval architecture of Tudor England in the early 16th century.
1 of 5 | Mid-Country Greenwich Estate
With more than five acres of land and nearly 11,000 square feet of interior space, this massive Tudor home is a gem in the Greenwich area, where the style is somewhat popular. The home boasts ebony inlays and Brazilian cherry herringbone floors, as well as a library with its own fireplace. In fact, fireplaces can be found in several rooms of this massive home. Homeowners who are into fitness will love the home gym and yoga room on the third floor of the estate.
$12,750,000 | 16 Old Mill Road, Greenwich, CT 06830 | View Listing
2 of 5 | Beverly Hills Classic
Of all the Tudor homes on the market in California, this particular one might be the most iconic of all. First, the 7,200-square-foot interior will have you feeling warm and cozy throughout the year, while the more than 20,000-square-foot lot size gives you plenty of room to spread out. In fact, there is a lot you can do with this particular lot, building off of a perfectly designed six-bedroom Beverly Hills Tudor home. One truly needs to see this estate to believe how classic it is.
$10,999,000 | 703 N Palm Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 | View Listing
3 of 5 | Los Feliz Legend
Tucked away on Aberdeen Avenue in Los Angeles, you will find among the most coveted pieces of real estate in the area - a Tudor home with fantastic details and about as private of a swimming pool as one can acquire. This home is in the celebrity-favorite area of Los Feliz, and possesses gorgeous gardens, six fireplaces, an outdoor pavilion, stunning views and so much more.
$6,195,000 | 2656 Aberdeen Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027 | View Listing
4 of 5 | Golden Triangle Elegance
The oldest Tudor home on this list can be found in Greenwich's Golden Triangle area, and is only a few years away from celebrating its one-hundredth birthday. Six bedrooms and more than 6,400 square feet sit on beautiful three-acre plot, while vaulted beamed ceilings and a gourmet eat-in kitchen make this house a home. Additionally, you will have a charming cottage for you or your visitors to enjoy after a dip in the adjacent heated pool.
$4,250,000 | 54 Pecksland Road, Greenwich, CT 06831 | View Listing
5 of 5 | Private Prospect Park
Built in 1925, this home spans nearly 15,000 square feet and 12 total rooms, four of which are bedrooms. The checkerboard entry and open truss beamed ceilings will make all of your visitors swoon, while your master suite has its own rooftop terrace where you can soak in all of the best views of the Pasadena area. Wrought iron railings, a telephone room and plenty of privacy round out this terrific Tudor-style home.