From the NY Times:
In parts of Laurelton, Queens, you can look down seemingly endless streets lined with Tudor homes, each a collection of squat rectangles with roofs so pointed as to have come from a child’s drawing. Whether separated by sideyards or joined as row houses spanning the length of entire blocks, they create a repetitive, geometrical effect.
Elsewhere in the city, such oneness of design can suggest impersonality. Here it is stately and pleasant, the pride of a community that has devoted much time and effort to protecting the homes that are its foundation.
The rest of the article doesn't paint so rosy a picture, however.