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A Nobles Family home would have 50+ rooms. To be exact, 52.

The amount of rooms depended on how big it was. A huge house would have 50 - 60 rooms.

The 'homes' weren't even homes!! They were really mansions!!

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In a average rich tudor house there would be about 20-50 rooms altogether, including reception rooms, cellars and bedrooms. But it all varies to be honest but this what the average would be!:)
ranging from 10 to 50 somtimes alot more but only 1 bathroom
20-50 rooms but 1 bathroom usually. to be honest there could a lot depeending on the size and struxture of the house
It is not fixed. Tudor houses were built during the Tudor period and generally conform to the same style but like today they can be any size.

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A poor house would have about 2-3 rooms and a richer house ranges on to how rich they are, maybe 8...

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20 - 50

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atleast 30

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