Transitional Bungalow Floor Plan - c 1918 Cottage House Plan by E. W. Stillwell - Vintage Los Angeles Homes
Bungalows, like other residential architecture, came in a variety of flavors and often exhibited a variety of characteristics that ranged from the rustic to late Queen Anne styles.
1918 Bungalow House Plan by E. W. Stillwell - Los Angeles - Craftsman Home
Craftsman and bungalows are often considered synonymous. This particular plan is a good illustration of that.
1908 Tudor-style Bungalow Plan - Western Home Builder - Vintage House Plans - No. 69
Western Home Builder showed a variety of charming bungalow styles, but few rivaled No. 69 for desirability.
2819 N Rutherford Ave, Chicago, IL 60634 | Zillow
Recently sold: $265,000. Brick octagon bungalow with beautiful exposed hardwood floors and crown molding thru-out. Beautifully crafted with wainscoting in living room, dining room. Kitchen has custom glass paneled cabinets with butcher block countertops. 2nd level has huge master suite with custom cabinets and jacuzzi. Nicely finished basement with separate utility room & workshop. 2 car garage with nice backyard with gazebo.
California Craftsman Bungalow House Plan - 1918 Representative California Homes - E. W. Stillwell
Bungalows often pulled off some visual magic by appearing considerably larger than they were. This plan shows how the horizontal mass of a relatively simple rectangular design achieves that.
Small Bungalow Cottage Plan - C. L. Bowes Company - c. 1923 - Antique House Plans
A cottage plan with a several unusual features was bound to attract the attention of prospective home builders.
91st Street Bungalows
A beautiful block of mostly well-kept bungalows in Brainerd/Washington Heights, on the border with Beverly. Built 1925-30.
1916 Sterling - MaCherie House Plans - Arts & Crafts - Craftsman bungalow
There are three versions of the MaCherie house plan by International Mill & Timber offered in their 1916 Sterling Systems catalog.
Bennett Homes: "Better-Built", "Ready-Cut!"
Front Cover: ISBN 0-486-27809-3 The Ray H. Bennett Lumber Company was a large lumber company based out of North Tonawanda, NY (not far from Buffalo, NY). The company offered kit homes for sale via catalogue during most of first half of the 20th century. Though the company is most famous for its homes from the 1910s and 1920s, the company was continuing to sell kit homes well into the 1950s. The catalogue I have which first alerted me to Bennett (and to kit homes in general) is pictured at…