Evanston Tudor Homes
A Tudor-style home is generally easy to spot thanks to its distinctive exterior style. The name Tudor, of course, refers to the ruling family of English monarchs that include the likes of Henry VIII and his daughter Elizabeth I. The Tudor style is rooted in the time of Shakespeare, so its historic features are impossible to mistake. Tudor-style houses usually feature front-facing gables, decorative half-timbering facades, multiple stories, triangular rooftops, and decorative chimneys.
Tudor houses often have large groupings of windows and solid masonry complemented by elaborate brickwork. When these homes were constructed in the US, popularly between the 1920s and 1940s, they were associated with wealth, so high-end materials were often used to construct them. Today, these historic homes can often be found in excellent condition because of their durable materials.
Of all the classic architectural styles you’ll see in Evanston, Tudor-style homes might just be the most common. Perfect in terms of curb appeal, Turdor homes in Evanston are charming, filled with character, and in many cases are among the largest and most expensive historic homes you’ll find on the Evanston real estate market. Every now and then you might see a smaller three or four-bedroom Tudor for under $500,000; but expect most Tudor style houses for sale in Evanston to well-exceed $1 million.
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Evanston Tudor Homes Search
To locate the latest Evanston tudor homes listed on the market, be sure to bookmark this page. This listing is updated throughout the day to provide home shoppers with the latest real estate information from the most extensive Chicago MLS.
Each tudor homes listing you see here will include a wide range of general information such as subdivision, the home's year of construction, its size (in square footage), the size of the lot, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, number of garage space, and, of course, price. Other information like interior features, exterior features, special features like swimming pools or out buildings may also be included in the home's description. Be sure to take note of the MLS number and the house's status (i.e. active or pending) when considering it. These listings will also include the list date and the number of days (DOM) the home has spent on the market.
When reading through each description, you may also find listings for features like heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, appliances, or other types of property that the seller is including in the sale of the home. Although not always available, many descriptions may also include information about area schools and special neighborhood features like parks, libraries and public transportation stops.
When viewing, keep in mind that you can click a button that says “Schedule A Showing”, to schedule a time and date to see the property in question. You can also use the available filters to sort the listings by their various features like price, number of bedrooms, etc…
Evanston Tudor Homes Real Estate Agents
If you are planning to buy or sell a tudor style home, it's ideal to work with a local Evanston tudor homes real estate agent who not only understands the type of home and property you're looking for, but also has intimate knowledge of area neighborhoods and their specific features. As local real estate agents, we can provide each client with the specific information they're looking for. If you are planning to sell your tudor homes, let us provide you with some update information about what similar homes in the area have sold for. We specialize in helping our clients strategize to achieve a successful real estate transaction.