Tudor Architecture

Splurge vs. Steal: Two University Park Tudor Revival-style Houses with Big Character

By Leah Shafer / March 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

From roughly the 1890s through the 1940s, America had a love affair with Tudor Revival-style houses. So much so that during the 1920s, about a quarter of all new residential builds across the country were Tudor-styled. These houses offer true craftsmanship and attention to detail, which is part of their appeal.  The Depression tanked new construction, […]

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N. Oak Cliff Tudor In Storied Location Has Original Stained Glass, Chambers Gas Stove

By Leah Shafer / January 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

There are pockets of delightful, historic architecture throughout Dallas, and North Oak Cliff is rich with them. One neighborhood, Hampton Hills, was billed as “Oak Cliff’s Ideal Home Place” in ads from the mid 1920s, and is comprised of about 320 craftsman bungalows, Tudor houses, and pre- and post-war cottages, making it one of the […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: Two Peaks and a Pool in Hollywood Heights

By Joanna England / September 11, 2014 / 0 Comments

Britt Lopez has done it again. She’s scored an amazing listing in one of East Dallas’ most sought-after neighborhoods. Not only that, this is one of the coolest little storybook Tudors at 710 Monte Vista Dr., with a great front porch and fantastic interiors. It’s also inside the Lakewood Elementary attendance area, a total bonus!

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