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Andie McDowell's Former Tudar Style Home

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I have seen the outside of this house; it seems quite small even though it's on a double lot.  I'd love to have it!

 

Andie MacDowell's House in Asheville NC

 

Andie MacDowell's House in Asheville NC

 

Andie MacDowell's Tudor Rose Kitchen with Green Tile

 

Andie MacDowell's House in Asheville NC

 

Andie MacDowell's Tudor Rose Kitchen with Green Tile

 

 

A bedroom with a bed and a fireplace

 

Andie MacDowell's House in two story living room Asheville NC

 

 

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Re: Andie McDowell's Former Tudar Style Home

@ECBG ,  stunning architecture and house!   I love the sunroom, with the Gothic arch openings and the arch top windows.  It's romantic-- definitely looks like a house she would have had.   

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This is an interesting house.  I do love the cozy look.  This is my feeling of home. I found the gothic archways different in a Tudor home.  The Tudor archway is different from the gothic archway but I find the mix interesting and I don't mind it.  I see there is a mix of woods and cabinet styles in the kitchen as well.  There is a cabinet that appears to be neo Gothic revival, maybe a wine cabinet.  I found the other cabinets to look like a mix of maybe Amish and Early Americana.  But I still love it.  It looks like a curated home.  It is so cozy.  

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Thank you for posting this house!  I absolutely adore it.  

Just my style!

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Re: Andie McDowell's Former Tudar Style Home

Dark and depressing. It's a no for me.


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@ECBG Gorgeous! I love a cozy, gothic looking Tudor!

I really love that green tile fireplace in the kitchen, such a pretty color....

 

 

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Re: Andie McDowell's Former Tudar Style Home

I absolutely love this home. But I've always been fond of darker woods and colors, homes with an organic, cozy feeling. Having many beautiful windows helps buffer the dark interior impact. I could move into this home and rarely leave it --- like forever. 

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It's lovely but just too dark for me.  

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What a striking home; just beautiful!

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Re: Andie McDowell's Former Tudar Style Home

Beautiful home on the outside.  I personally would make a few changes on the inside to lighten it up just a bit. I admit to disliking (hate) green, unless it's a plant, grass or tree so the first to go is the green tile fireplace and paint.

 

Love all the beautiful wood and some lighter paint would work.