A bungalow-style home is a particular design that is prevalent in houses built between 1900 to 1935 in the United States. Some unique characteristics of a bungalow style home include a low-pitched roof with broad eaves and a one- to 1 1/2-story construction.
Most bungalow-style homes have a large front porch that functions as an outdoor room. The front door of the house also generally leads directly into the living room. The interior design of a bungalow style home typically features an open floor plan that wastes minimal space on hallways. Doors are also designed to provide easy access to outdoor spaces, such as a porch or patio.