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It would have been very large, made out of wood + stone and would have a great deal of patterns in the wood or on the beams in other words. Also the rich people didn't have glass window because it was very expensive and the important bit is that it would probably break on the journey. That's why it was okay to do this!

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they had black wooden beams across and decorated chimneys, the more beams the richer they were. The rich had glass in the windows and the houses were made of brick. look on Google images for more information.

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well Tudor houses was sometimes made out of wattle and daub and wooden window frames and wooden doors.

they would of had house painted white.

this is a picture of a Tudor house this might be one like your house.

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they were made of clay, mottle and daub or mud and they had thatched roofs, they stank and there was basicaly one room. Death was very common!

You wouldn't want to live in one

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Rich Victorians lived in massive houses with massive rooms and a lot of rooms.

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they were made out of timber and stone

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Brick

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