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Bungalow House Styles and Examples

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California Bungalow

The Bungalow house style of architecture is a single family house type whose popularity grew in the western United States at the turn-of-the-century. Bungalows offered low cost, simple living quarters with an artistic touch to many Americans getting by on modest means. With its special features style, convenience, simplicity, sound construction, and excellent plumbing the bungalow filled more than the need for shelter. It provided fulfillment of the American dream.

Types of Bungalow Styles include: California, Arts & Crafts (Craftsman), Mission, Tudor, Prairie, Pueblo, Chicago, Cape Cod, and Moderne.

 

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Bungalow Examples

Identifying Features

  1. Overall architecture has a low profile with prominent horizontal accents
  2. Usually no more than one and one-half stories

Bungalow

Prairie Style

Craftsman Bungalow Style

Arts & Crafts (Craftsman) Bungalow Style

Craftsman Bungalow Style

California Bungalow Style

Craftsman Bungalow Style

Arts & Crafts (Craftsman) Bungalow Style

 

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Bungalow Links

 

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Bungalow House Books

Archived Bungalow Example Listings

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charlotte, NC
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Stunning Renovation

1921 California Bungalow
2000 Sq. Ft.
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pacifica, CA
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Santa Maria Bungalow

1925 California Bungalow
1000 Sq. Ft.
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smithfield, NC
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Turn-of-the-Century Bungalow

1900 Bungalow
1880 Sq. Ft.
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charlotte, NC
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Elizabeth Gem

1929 Craftsman Bungalow
1340 Sq. Ft.
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