BungalowsIn the 20's the most common style house design was the Bungalow, it is ideal for the average Australian house because it has a basic style, instead of the usual complicated designs of the federation period.The bungalows brought simplicity to the average suburban home, no longer were the walls painted elaborate colours, they were stained, and plaster surfaces were painted white or pale coloursMany people think of a bungalow style house as a little cottage- like home built for the average family, but there are enough examples of large and very large houses, which are in bungalow style to wipe out this theory.A majority of large-scale, more impressive bungalow style homes were built in South Australia. A good example is a large-scale bungalow located a Wootoona terrace St. George in the Glen Osmond area. This house has 3 main bedrooms 1 maids' bedroom, music room, dining room, Entrance lounge, 4 verandahs, pantry, severy, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, laundry, and a screen porch
While an average style bungalow would be bungalow number 259 which has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, laundry, dining room, living room, and screen porch. Bungalows range from houses with only 4 rooms to houses with 14 rooms, all priced from around $500 to $2000.The bungalow is a one, or one-and-a-half, story house with a gently sloping roof and a small front porch. Windows are single or double-hung casements with multiple panes. Stained glass was sometimes used. The front door most often opens directly into the living room, and the interior space has an open feeling. Main attractions around the house may be a fireplace made of stone or rough brick. Woodwork in the main rooms remained unpainted, though woodwork in bedrooms were commonly painted fir. These homes were often assembled as "kits" and buyers could pick through a booklet or catalog of home designs and floor plans.
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