The English Tudor style emerged in the 1890s as a an English throwback. This style tried to mimic the English countryside with decorative half-timbers set in stucco that goes back to the 1400’s. Here in our country, this style is called the American Tudor Revival. These houses mimic the style of the English Tudors with the half timbering on the outside.
The most common elements of this style are the decorative half-timers, the various accent stones in the stucco, as well as a front fireplace. Archways are also very common.