The unique and instantly recognizable style of Tudor Revival homes can be found in many parts of the world. The design cues of Tudor homes are inspired by Medieval England, most notably in the steep, multi-gabled roof lines, ornate entryways and decorative half-timber framing all visible from the exterior. Let’s explore a selection of exclusive Tudor homes from around the globe.
Dubbed the “Watchung Castle,” this striking Tudor estate sits on over five acres of land nestled in the Watchung Reservation, just 25 miles out from New York City. Warm and inviting, this home features the use of Mahogany and Walnut wood, limestone, marble, soapstone and Brazilian Epay hardwood floors. There are a total of four handcrafted fireplaces which bring their own unique statement to each room. Exquisite living space is carried on outside, where a bluestone patio overlooks an expansive backyard bordered by light woods.
Built in 1910, this Tudor Revival in the heart of Rockland embodies Victoria luxury. Designed by the celebrated West Coast architect Samuel Maclure, the estate is a triumph of classical style married with modernity. Having played an influential hand in shaping early 20th century Victoria, British Columbia, some of Maclure’s famous works include the federal heritage site Hatley Castle, former Government House and an ongoing consulting role for the internationally renowned Butchart Gardens. Fit in between these at the peak of his career is the Grierson Mansion. This distinctive home features an exterior of stone finish and quintessential Tudor half-timbering, complimented by lush Arts & Crafts gardenscape.
Never before on the market, this English-inspired Tudor estate offers panoramic ocean, harbor and city light views from an oversized parcel in the coveted guard-gated community of Harbor Ridge. Five bedrooms, ten baths, this private residence features intricate brick work, a formal entry with soaring cathedral ceilings, hand carved paneling and a formal sun-soaked living room with iconic oversized wood beams.
This home showcasing panoramic views is set on a secluded hilltop on 5560-square-meters of grounds in the private Kinloch Gardens Estate. The slate roofed residence on three levels is imbued with the ambience of an English manor reflected in its use of slate, parquetry and polished timber floors, blackwood wall panelling, a ‘Tudor’ carved stone fireplace and high-beamed ceilings. On the ground floor, elegant reception and living rooms, all with superb natural light, open onto terraces with pergolas shaded by wisteria, grape vines and roses.
On a nearly two acres of professionally-landscaped property featuring lovely gardens, this residence enjoys a bright and lush exterior. The home’s exceptional architectural craftsmanship is displayed throughout with gorgeous finishes and an abundance of bespoke millwork. This breathtaking English Tudor was built on one of Nashville’s most coveted streets in Belle Meade and commands a magnificent presence.