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english manor house photos | ... low half timbered manor house of this beautiful Tudor English home

english manor house photos | ... low half timbered manor house of this beautiful Tudor English home

File:Large Elizabethan Half Timbered House, Brenchley - geograph.org.uk - 1274861.jpg

File:Large Elizabethan Half Timbered House, Brenchley - geograph.org.uk - 1274861.jpg

Middle Class Tudors built sturdy 'half-timbered' houses. They were made with a timber frame filled in with wattle and daub (wickerwork and plaster). In the late 16th century some people built or rebuilt their houses with a wooden frame filled in with bricks. Roofs were usually thatched though some well off people had tiles. (In London all houses had tiles because of the fear of fire).

Middle Class Tudors built sturdy 'half-timbered' houses. They were made with a timber frame filled in with wattle and daub (wickerwork and plaster). In the late 16th century some people built or rebuilt their houses with a wooden frame filled in with bricks. Roofs were usually thatched though some well off people had tiles. (In London all houses had tiles because of the fear of fire).

Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincs. Grade I listed country house. Surrounded by formal gardens & a series of avenues leading to follies within a larger wooded park.

Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincs. Grade I listed country house. Surrounded by formal gardens & a series of avenues leading to follies within a larger wooded park.

Manor House - Upper Slaughter, Cotswolds. I have saved this pin numerous times. I want to drive by it. It is considered the Perfect Country House. Upper Slaughter

Manor House - Upper Slaughter, Cotswolds. I have saved this pin numerous times. I want to drive by it. It is considered the Perfect Country House. Upper Slaughter

A Georgian country house where the poet Sir John Betjeman once lived has been   named England's finest parsonage.

A Georgian country house where the poet Sir John Betjeman once lived has been named England's finest parsonage.

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