Maggie Shine’s home on West 60th Terrace, just west of Ward Parkway, is characteristic of a 1ate 1930s and early ’40s minimal traditional home, because it has Tudor features on the exterior but is pared down on the inside. People’s tastes at that time were leaning toward simpler lines.
Maggie Shine’s home on West 60th Terrace, just west of Ward Parkway, is characteristic of a 1ate 1930s and early ’40s minimal traditional home, because it has Tudor features on the exterior but is pared down on the inside. People’s tastes at that time were leaning toward simpler lines. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Maggie Shine’s home on West 60th Terrace, just west of Ward Parkway, is characteristic of a 1ate 1930s and early ’40s minimal traditional home, because it has Tudor features on the exterior but is pared down on the inside. People’s tastes at that time were leaning toward simpler lines. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

KC’s Tudor homes present the look of an English manor

April 17, 2015 07:00 AM