Tudor House Getting a Twin

Tudor HouseLakeland’s Tudor House, which got attention when it moved from Lake Hollingsworth to Florida Avenue last year, is more than doubling in size. A look-alike addition is going up on the north side of the house.

Owner Gregory Fancelli says a tall tower will be added to connect the original house with the addition. (Check the architectural renderings below.)

The new wing encompasses 2,000 square feet in a single high-ceilinged structure, while the original house contains 1,800 square feet on two floors, Fancelli said.

“We haven’t signed a lease with anyone yet. Right now clothing company 5th & Hall are interested in making their permanent home in the new part under construction. A local custom clothier is interested in taking up tenancy in the historic portion,” Fancelli said.

The contractor is Albert Moore Construction, Fancelli said, and he’s aiming for a May 2016 completion.

Here are three architectural renderings by Lunz Prebor Fowler done in a vintage style in honor of former Tudor House owner Gene Holloway:

  • Hancock Street View

    Hancock Street View

  • Florida Avenue View from South

    Florida Avenue View from South

  • Florida Avenue View from North

    Florida Avenue View from North