Slide 10: Bungalow

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By definition only a one-story house, these low, broad dwellings typically have large porches with substantial overhanging eaves and a roof dormer set in a gable, hip, or jerkinhead (clipped gable) roof. Variations may include an additional half or full story with tapered columns, particularly associated with the signature Craftsman style.


Bob Vila's Guide to Historic House Styles

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