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Tudor Revival Style

Tudor revival architecture first became popular in England during the 20th century as a reaction against ornate Victorian excess. Tudor revival homes typically feature steeply pitched roofs, a façade dominated by a prominent cross gable, decorative half-timbering, patterned brickwork and large chimneys.

This McCulloch Construction property (3222 NE 37th Avenue) is surrounded by other Tudor revival homes in Alameda Heights.