There’s something to be said for stately Tudor mansions or sprawling ranches—they each impress with their size. But more modest houses can be visually stimulating, too. Take this three-bedroom, two-bath bungalow in Portland, Oregon.
With two columns, a front porch, and a low-pitched roof, the 2,372-square-foot home hits all the requirements of a bungalow. Inside, the 1927 home is light and airy, with white walls, flowy sheer curtains, and big picture windows. The living room features a fireplace with built-in bookshelves on either side, and the dining room is across the room with an equally breezy feel.
The kitchen still boasts a retro feel, with white cabinets and the home’s original pink and burgundy tile. An eat-in kitchen area fits a small table with views to the backyard, and other perks include large windows in the bedrooms and an outdoor dining area.
Have a thing for bungalows? 2532 Southeast 16th Avenue is on the market now for $644,400.