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Amalie loves Denmark - Ebeltoft, Djursland, Mols Bjerge, Dänemark

Amalie loves Denmark - Ebeltoft, Djursland, Mols Bjerge, Dänemark

CURB APPEAL – Tudor house

CURB APPEAL – Tudor house

Tudor

Tudor

Brick tudor style

Brick tudor style

Richard Drummond Davis Designed Normandy Home - Dallas, TX

Richard Drummond Davis Designed Normandy Home - Dallas, TX

Impressive Tudor style mansion in Pasadena Hills, MO. High on a hill overlooking a pond with geese and swans, this home has many old world details including stained glass, masonry details, and scalloped siding on front-facing gables.

Impressive Tudor style mansion in Pasadena Hills, MO. High on a hill overlooking a pond with geese and swans, this home has many old world details including stained glass, masonry details, and scalloped siding on front-facing gables.

Scheune Langes Mühle - Half-timbered barn with brick infill. Uetersen, Germany. This barn's proportions resemble a Low German house. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Scheune Langes Mühle - Half-timbered barn with brick infill. Uetersen, Germany. This barn's proportions resemble a Low German house. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brick infill or 'nogging' - medieval timber frame house construction. "Half-timbering" is a house with filler between wide-spaced beams. Wood beams were expensive! Even though the wealthy find such facades enchanting today, hundreds of years ago, they were the sign that a person was poor.

Brick infill or 'nogging' - medieval timber frame house construction. "Half-timbering" is a house with filler between wide-spaced beams. Wood beams were expensive! Even though the wealthy find such facades enchanting today, hundreds of years ago, they were the sign that a person was poor.

Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns. 1920's Tudor

Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns. 1920's Tudor

Historic Buildings of Connecticut » Early Twentieth Century Houses.

Historic Buildings of Connecticut » Early Twentieth Century Houses.