The bungalow style varies between region and location but most bungalow-style homes for sale in Raleigh follow Craftsman architectural influences. But with that said, a broad definition of a bungalow is a smaller home that was typically built between 1900 and 1950, although home builders today still widely use the bungalow style, especially when targeting young, first-time home buyers or even those looking to downsize. In Raleigh specially, you certainly won’t find a shortage of bungalows and bungalow-style houses, and the upside is that you’ll also see available listings in just about every price point. So whether you’re looking for a starter home that can also use a little TLC or a brand new bungalow with plenty of modern finishes and features, chances are you’ll find exactly what you need somewhere in the Raleigh area.
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