ince the turn of the twentieth century, one of the most popular housing styles in American architectural history has been the Arts and Crafts style Bungalow. These modest dwellings incorporated structural and decorative materials to create an architectural style that America could call its own.
Bungalow is usually defined as "a low house having only one story, or, in some cases, upper rooms set in the roof, typically with dormer windows." Another defines a bungalow as "a usually one storied house with a low-pitched roof" Our favorite describes a Bungalow as "a house that looks as if it had been built for less money than it actually cost." Regardless of which definition of Bungalow you prefer, the term "small cottage" perfectly describes our Chimney Rock Cottage.