That English Tudor Thing

english tudor house
English Tudor House Crush on my neighbor’s house.

I have a ‘THING‘ for English Tudor houses—you might even say I am obsessed with them. Even my son says they are his home of choice. All of the beautiful details…half-timbers, stone window surrounds, brick and stone walls, quirky little odd windows and wonderful steeply pitched roofs all draw me in. Some of the masonry chimneys even have chimney pots on top—I love that. Tudors come in all sizes from smaller fairytale cottages to larger ones resembling English country houses. Whatever the size I love them all. Have a look at some of my favorites that I have had the pleasure of photographing. Enjoy the tour!

boxwood and hydrangea
Boxwood and hydrangea surround the stone window.
Annabell hydrangea
Love the small quirky windows and the steep roof pitch of this home.
House Crush
A wide lawn leads up the drive.
This Tudor is my favorite because it was my home.
Beautiful sweeping front garden leads to this Tudor in Atlanta.
Boxwood, hydrangea, host and ferns welcome you to this English inspired home.
More steep pitched roof lines and small windows.
closer look
A little closer look.
Lissy Parker blog lissyparker.com
Now this is a dream English Tudor!

xo♥, Lissy

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September 11, 2020

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2 Comments

  1. Reply

    Cathy Garrett

    September 9, 2020

    I love Tudors too and especially the fairy tale Tudor cottage! Love the hydrangeas with the houses in the first two pictures. So pretty!

    • Reply

      lissyparker

      September 14, 2020

      We think alike. The first house is in Atlanta and the second house is in Cashiers.
      xo

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