Also known as Mock Tudor.
An architectural style that imitates medieval cottages or country houses. Typically houses built in Tudorbethan style may have pitched roofs, half-timbering often infilled with herringbone brickwork, tall mullioned windows, high chimneys, jettied (overhanging) first floors above pillared porches, dormer windows supported by consoles, and even at times thatched roofs.
The 20th century Mock Tudor facade of the Attleborough community centre which conceals a 16th or 17th century timber framed building. (© NCC)