Historical Dallas Craftsman Bungalow Homes

Bungalow style homes come in different architectural styles like California Bungalows, Craftsman Bungalows and Chicago Bungalows. All of these different types show impressive unique characteristics.

Bungalows are mostly 20th century designs with one and a half stories, horizontal shapes with low pitched roofs. These types of welcoming homes are mostly affordable properties in their times with no hallways, built in cabinets, shelves, seats; living rooms are mostly at the center of the home which gives an advantage not to lose space to hallways. Designer of these homes had to find distinctive ideas to use every little space.  

Craftsman Bungalow homes typically have wood, stucco or stone siding, low pitched roof is the same just like other bungalow styles. Front porch with thick squares and round columns are the signature of this distinctive style as well as Exterior stone chimney and numerous windows. Interior features are almost same as the other bungalow styles like built in cabinets, shelves, open floor plan, very small hallways or no hallways.

Craftsman Style bungalow is popular, simple, cozy, affordable ideas around 1900’s. A lot of homes in Dallas which built in 1900’s show this type of uniqueness outside in addition to inside. Especially Vickery Place subdivision in Dallas is a great neighborhood to see stunning examples of Craftsman Bungalow homes. Most of Dallas Vickery Place homes are built around 1915 – 1950 with comfort in mind, one or one and a half story, front porches, nice detailed exterior finishes invites Dallas residents in this outstanding area.

Most of the historical Vickery Place homes are still preserve the exterior finishes and original inside welcoming. Vickery Place Home Owners association frequently prepares visits to see these homes as a neighborhood home tour which helps the association runs the nice neighborhood without home owners association due. Very unique place with very unique homes…

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