One of my favorite home exteriors is a bungalow house. The first home I ever purchased as an adult was a Sears kit catalog bungalow. The minute I stepped inside the doorway with the realtor I knew I needed to call it my own. One day I’ll go back and take a photo of it to share with you. But for now, I’m sharing a roundup of adorable bungalows that I found on Houzz. Tell me if you love these charmers as much as I do!
A bungalow house typically has a low-slung roof with a wide front porch. You can see more of these beautiful craftsman-style homes at Home Patterns. You’ll find amazing exteriors, interiors, and house plans from which to choose!
The original word “bunga” comes from India and was a thatched-roof hut for wayfarers.
The bungalow often includes a porch or veranda that serves as an additional outdoor room.
A bungalow house is typically one-and-a-half stories and tends to be on the smaller size.
Popular around the 1920s, the bungalow provided many Americans the opportunity to own their piece of the American dream.
You’ll typically see dormers on a bungalow house, but not always. The attention to detail on these homes helps to make them so appealing with their great curb appeal.
Whenever I see a cute bungalow house like this yellow one, I just have to smile.
We have a lot of bungalows in our area and I need to take some photos of them.
They always remind of the type of house you’d see in a fairy tale.
Do you live in a bungalow house? If yes, what do you love about it – and is there anything you don’t like about it?