Tudor Revivals are extremely common in Omaha, especially in the Country Club neighborhood. These distinctive homes have steeply pitched roofs, windows with many panes, and large chimneys which are often a focus of the home. In Omaha, they often have a single-car attached garage with a curved front facade from the house to the garage, creating a chalet-type effect. They also often have decorative timbering on half of the home, and stone work or facades that have a castle-like feel. When you picture a Hollywood rendition of a medieval village looks like, you’ll get the gist.