This little Tudor cottage is (A) not so little, at 5,000 square feet, and (B) very Tudor, or at least "old English wood paneled eclectic" with an exterior of the traditional wattle and daub look (wooden framing traditionally filled in with a goopy material called daub) and an interior straight out of a Mckim, Mead & White cottage in Newport. Hey, Mckim, Mead & White didn't work in Palm Beach, did they? Some of their wealthy clients had homes there. Built in 1927, it's on the market for $2.7 million. The house has dade county pine flooring, pecky cyprus ceilings, stained glass windows, and an elevator. It's also on a dead-end street one hundred yards from Lake Worth.
· 443 Seaview Avenue [Zillow]