Lovely and cosy craftsman's bungalows
Mar 6, 2023
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Abstract: Craftsman houses are so well built that many of the bungalows still retain original features such as hill-wall roofs, stone fireplaces, built-in furniture, porches, siding and trim. Even better, you can find some reasonably priced homes in the major metropolitan areas.

401 E Sixth Street, Dallas, Texas




With 1930s charm and modern updates, this renovated two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow has all the benefits of Craftsman, including unique stonework, a covered front porch, a peak roof and wood floors.


Modern amenities include a bright kitchen and breakfast bar, designer lighting, elegant window treatments, laundry connections, and a spacious back deck for entertaining. The windows, wiring, plumbing, instant hot water heater, HVAC system and roof have all been recently updated.


This beautiful 1517 square foot building is located in the Lake Bluff Historic District, just a short distance from downtown and the Bishop Arts District. It is the ideal home for a first time home buyer or someone looking to reduce their home purchase.


2028 Harbert Street, Memphis, Tennessee




This four bedroom, two bath gem has stood the test of time since 1917. The living and dining spaces flow easily and seamlessly within the open floor plan.


Located in the Idlewild National Historic District, this home has a charming skylight bedroom suite upstairs and ample storage space in the partial basement. There is an updated kitchen and a number of bonus rooms.


Original craftsman details include handcrafted woodwork and doors, a stone fireplace, hardwood floors, stained glass windows, and a restored clawfoot tub. Outdoor spaces include landscaping and a tree-filled backyard with a fountain and fire pit. Tiana


558 Beltris Street, Dunedin, Florida




Beauty and the Beach:This 842 square foot residence is close to Tampa and Clearwater on the Gulf of Mexico, with access to the beach and the Intracoastal Waterway along Edgewater Drive.


This two bedroom, one bath Craftsman bungalow was built in 1926. Original features that remain include hardwood floors, crown molding, built-in shelving and cabinetry, and a wood-burning fireplace. Modern amenities include new electrical and HVAC, and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a pot filler.


This 4665 square foot lot features lush vegetation, fruit and oak trees, and a double deck with a spa.


4820 Third Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota




The best built-in buffet: Don't you love the original built-in buffet? This classic Craftsman bungalow has a superb, as well as original kitchen cabinets, windows, and period tile and brick.


The bungalow offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms within 1,812 square feet of living space. Two bedrooms have spacious walk-in wardrobes, the master bedroom has an attached nursery or office, and the large basement has a washer and dryer.


1062 White Oak Avenue SW, Atlanta, Georgia




What's old is new again:A few of HGTV's home improvement hosts found this 1930-built Craftsman and did a wonderful flip? This three-bedroom, two-bathroom house has been perfectly and tastefully remodelled inside and is practically made for television.


Inside, you'll find a chic open kitchen, quartz countertops and custom tiles in the bathrooms, gleaming wood floors, and casement windows. The porch, deck and balcony are the perfect spot to spend warm summer evenings with family and friends.


The advert highlights the location as one of its best features, as it is just steps from the Beltline and Atlanta's West End. You can walk to popular attractions such as Monday Night Brew, Boxcar restaurant, and overlooking the climbing gym.