The year is 1910. Imagine walking along a picturesque street populated by cozy cottages with welcoming front porches under leafy trees, and you’ll have a good idea of Bungalow style. Though sometimes considered interchangeable with Craftsman architecture, a Bungalow actually refers to any modestly sized, one- or one-and-a-half story home with a low-pitched roof consisting of one or more gables. This template may bear the traces of any architectural style from Spanish Colonial to Swiss Chalet, Neoclas- simple practicality, Bungalow house plans were popularized by mail-order catalogs during a time when affordability was key.
Bungalow floor plans offer light-drenched interiors and open floor plans with few hallways. The emphasis is on convenience and casual living. Whether you’re looking for a starter home or an empty nest to make your own, you’re sure to find the right-sized home in our collections of Bungalow home plans.