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Brentwood homes have unique original features that makes these homes stand out.
The Brentwood Lifestyle is all the things...
The Brentwood neighborhood is a haven in the heart of the city where the I-10 & 51 freeway meet, just steps away from the McDowell restaurants and shops. This community was built in 1926 as a more economical version of the downtown estates. There are 177 homes with eclectic Spanish Colonial, Tudor Revival, Bungalow, Mission Revival Spanish and Pueblo Revival architecture. These homes are typically around 1,200+, with an average of 2 bedrooms/1 bathroom, but some offer as many as 4 bedrooms. Most include authentic features, including original hardwood floors and door knobs, kitchen and bathroom tiling, archways, vaulted ceilings and grated floors. Many also include garages and big backyards. Below you will find historic and luxury homes for sale in the Brentwood, Phoenix area.View The Area
Also known as American Craftsman Tudor Revival (1890s-1940s) — Tudor Revival architecture originated in the United Kingdom. The style gained popularity in the late 1800s during the rise of the English Arts and Crafts Movement, which favored handicrafts over factory production. The same movement took root in America near the turn of the 20th century. Tudor homes became incredibly popular among American families by the 1920s. The style’s upper-crust look, with its steeply pitched roofs, excellent stonework and attractive wood detailing, were favored by the burgeoning middle class. Period revivals were also highly popular in America at the time and the Tudor style’s old-world charm fit right in with this trend.
Tudor homes conjure visions of life in the English countryside. They have distinct exterior features, cozy interiors, and an overall sense of grandeur. Tudor Revival is also one of the most recognizable styles of residential architecture.
Traditional Tudor homes are known for their steeply pitched gable roofs. There are often multiple, intersecting gables, as well as gabled entryways. The roofs have deep eaves, and on occasion, they are so long that they extend close to the ground.
Half-timbered exteriors are also a notable feature. This decorative wood framing can have horizontal, vertical or intersecting lines. On original Tudor Revivals, the timbers are a part of the house frame and have stucco, brick or other infill between.