Some of the more common characteristics of a mock Tudor, or Tudor revival house are:
Decorative half-timbering, or exposed wood framing usually dark in colorStucco facade (light-colored) or patterned brickwork between timbers Tall, narrow windows in groups of three or more Small, diamond-shaped window panes or square-shaped panes set diagonally A Tudor chimney is a stepped-back chimney,often massive in size and decorative chimney pots which may top ornate chimneys Steeply pitched roof usually covered with slate or wood shingles Prominent cross gables and overlapping gables A Tudor-arched entrance uses a shallow arch
Here are a few more examples that caught my eye.
Another perennial favourite. This house sat empty for year and years. Then some friends bought it and had a huge “banishing the ghosts” party. Right after that, someone offered them cash for the house and they sold!
Which house do you like best?