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Bungalow House Plans

Bungalow House Plans

What features stand out in your mind when you consider what makes a bungalow a bungalow? If you’re picturing great front porches, open floor plans and overhanging eaves, your mental picture matches ours.

First built in the United States around the turn of the 20
th century, bungalows (also commonly referred to as craftsman style homes) offered the perfect blend of practicality, simplicity and aesthetic appeal. This style of home quickly gained extreme popularity—and not much has changed since. Bungalows are still recognized in many “top 10” lists of most popular styles, as well as those identifying homes with the greatest resale value.

Our Bungalow House Plans

At America’s Home Place, we know that classic styles are classics for a reason—and when it comes to bungalows, we aim to deliver the historic charm that makes these homes so desirable without asking our customers to mark anything off their wish lists.

Our bungalow house plans boast features not commonly found in historic homes, including en suite master bathrooms, double vanities, and walk-in closets and pantries. View more details about just a few of our bungalow house plans below:

The Riverbirch A
1812 Heated Square Feet
3 BR, 2.0 Baths
The Dogwood I A
1846 Heated Square Feet
2 BR, 2.5 Baths
The Bartram A
1834 Heated Square Feet
3 BR, 2.0 Baths