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Quaint Bungalow style design has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, and a smart open layout inside.

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Main level: Family room, dining room, kitchen with lunch counter, 2 bedrooms, full bathroom. Covered front porch, built-Ins, cathedral ceiling in fa...

Bungalow houses are making a comeback. Smaller homes are also becoming a popular choice. It seems that these two trends are combining, and the demand for small bungalow house plans is increasing.

Bungalow style homes often evoke that cozy, homey feeling that people are in search of when looking for a place to live. The style was popular in the early 1900s, but today’s bungalows feature modern amenities with the same, welcoming style.

Features of Small Bungalow Plans

The classic bungalow design has a few features that are common to...
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Bungalow houses are making a comeback. Smaller homes are also becoming a popular choice. It seems that these two trends are combining, and the demand for small bungalow house plans is increasing.

Bungalow style homes often evoke that cozy, homey feeling that people are in search of when looking for a place to live. The style was popular in the early 1900s, but today’s bungalows feature modern amenities with the same, welcoming style.

Features of Small Bungalow Plans

The classic bungalow design has a few features that are common to almost every house built in the style:

Modern takes on small bungalow home plans may alter or do away with one or more of the these traditional features but retain the bones of the style. Front porches will almost always be included, though.

The houses in this collection all offer less than 1000 square feet of living area but can feel much larger if an open floor plan is chosen. They typically have around two bedrooms and one bathroom and are single story. Whether you’re in search of a small Craftsman bungalow or something more modern, we’ve got a wide range of options. Our customer support team is here to help with questions you may have on any of the home designs.

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Small Bungalow House Designs under 1000 Square Feet

Quaint Bungalow style design has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, and a smart open layout inside.

Bungalow houses are making a comeback. Smaller homes are also becoming a popular choice. It seems that these two trends are combining, and the demand for small bungalow house plans is increasing.

Bungalow style homes often evoke that cozy, homey feeling that people are in search of when looking for a place to live. The style was popular in the early 1900s, but today’s bungalows feature modern amenities with the same, welcoming style.

Features of Small Bungalow Plans

The classic bungalow design has a few features that are common to almost every house built in the style:

Modern takes on small bungalow home plans may alter or do away with one or more of the these traditional features but retain the bones of the style. Front porches will almost always be included, though.

The houses in this collection all offer less than 1000 square feet of living area but can feel much larger if an open floor plan is chosen. They typically have around two bedrooms and one bathroom and are single story. Whether you’re in search of a small Craftsman bungalow or something more modern, we’ve got a wide range of options. Our customer support team is here to help with questions you may have on any of the home designs.

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What You Need to Know about Bungalows under 1000 Sq. Ft.


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Small Bungalows Appeal to Today’s Aesthetic   Long gone seem to be the days when potential homeowners looked for the most house they could get for their money, with the trend shifting away from the excess and toward living in just the space you need. The appeal of tiny homes and charming bungalow houses has begun to outweigh that of mini-mansions and 5-bedroom sprawling suburban builds. But how much space do you really need? And what’s all the buzz about the small bungalow and tiny house movement? If you spend any t


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