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Interiors of Tudor houses were often intended to match the exterior in terms of aesthetics. The front of the house is asymmetrical, which not only looks great but also helps the layout inside. Characteristics of this style include: a roof with a very steep slope, typically with a series of overlapping, front-facing gables of varied heights. They are typically brick on the outside, but have triangular gables decorated with half-timbering, which is a pseudo frame made of thin boards with stucco or stone filling in the gaps between them.