mock-Tudor


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mock-Tudor

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(Architecture) architect of architecture which imitates the style of the Tudor period
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The store has been constructed out of traditional brickwork with mock Tudor panels to match the 1930s mock-Tudor terraced properties at the top of the bend into Wake Green Road, close the Michelin-starred restaurant Carters of Moseley.
THIS attractive home with a mock-Tudor frontage family home is on a sought-after estate in Newcastle.
But despite its huge price, it is worth around PS1million LESS than Harry's nearby mock-Tudor pile overlooking a beach where he walks his dogs.
Her father, William White, built the house in a mock-Tudor style in the 1880s with carved fireplaces, stone archways and stained glass windows.
Of Georgian style, it was constructed in the 1850s and had elements of mock-Tudor design.
Architects loathed them and intellectuals despised the mock-Tudor styles, but ordinary folk loved this type of house and they were bought by the millions.
His love affair with Yoko Ono began while he lived at the mock-Tudor mansion with then-wife Cynthia, leading to the couple's divorce in 1968.
The 19th Century mock-Tudor farmhouse was built by antiquarian, lawyer and landowner John Clayton who was town clerk of Newcastle for 45 years and inherited the Chesters estate further east along the Wall.
The couple bought the mock-Tudor property, in Surrey's stockbroker belt, just a month after Bovey was discharged from bankruptcy proceedings.
The mock-Tudor property, worth in the region of pounds 3 million, is described on its website as a "beautiful English country home" and was awarded a four-star Gold Award by Visit Britain.
His trial heard how he was able to pay 800,000 pounds in cash for a mock-Tudor seven-bedroom house, complete with turret, in picturesque Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire.
The mock-Tudor house sits on half an acre of land and features its own games room - complete with tartan carpet.