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Tudor architecture

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The Tudor architectural style is a mediaeval architectural style in England during the Tudor period (1485–1603).

Tudor House, Chester is a good example of a wealthy merchant's house. Tudor House is constructed in sandstone, in brick, and in timber framing with plaster panels. It is roofed in slate. It has four storeys plus a cellar. It is a grade II* listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

The Deanery Tower in Hadleigh, Suffolk, early Henry VIII