HISTORIC 1920 CRAFTSMAN STYLE BUNGALOW of professional designer. Originally built as Methodist Church Parsonage, current owners have lovingly restored this historical and architecturally significant home. Refurbished original wood floors, windows and doors throughout. Plumbing and electrical updated in 2000. Foundation has been leveled and maintained with extra piers added for superior stability. #zillow
This 1924 Craftsman bungalow, was obscured by wide aluminum siding, a nondescript front porch, and misguided updates, until this couple brought back its period charm. See the transformation here. | thisoldhouse.com
Craftsman Bungalow: Love the wood shingles, earth tone paints, door and window trim, exposed rafter tails, mission style lantern light, nice landscaping, centered stairs onto enclosed porches, and interesting windows. Not crazy about the stone shape/texture in the wall.
1920s American Residential Architecture - 1925 American Builder Magazine House Plans - Craftsman Style Bungalow - Idaville "Popular Western bungalow design with wide cornice and exposed rafters. Seven rooms and bath. Half of the big front porch is enclosed for a sunroom. Color sketch ... suggests good furnishings for this sunroom."
This is a wonderful plan for alley access or even a back detached garage. A cleverly simple plan layout ensures an easy construction process. The home has a great upstairs den for the kids to hang out. There's a small chance to actually keep the toys upstairs. Also, lots of extra storage under the roof in the attic spaces. One option, a back entry through washer dryer area for more of a mud room.