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Bungalow

A small, single-family home, usually with only one story. A bungalow is a term used by real estate agents for affordable housing available for working class and lower middle class persons to buy. Bungalows originated in India.
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THIS 1960s chalet bungalow in Oxfordshire was set among large and valuable period houses - and had huge potential for improvement.
The reality was more modest - a bungalow, or chalet bungalow, which would fit in with the neighbouring properties and not dominate the site.
Tucked behind a 1960s chalet bungalow in Amberley the impressive glass cube, perched on stilts on the edge of a cliff gives a panoramic view over the South Downs.
The Glen at Longville in the Dale near Much Wenlock is a four bedroom chalet bungalow in 14.
IMAGINE retiring to a detached chalet bungalow set in stunning landscaped grounds with the added benefit of exclusive access to a range of communal facilities.
DEVON: This detached three-bedroom chalet bungalow in Torquay is much bigger at the back than you'd expect from its modest front.
When plots were cheap, townsfolk would import a railway carriage or build a chalet bungalow as a weekend home within clearings in the pine woods.
GREEN-FINGERED enthusiasts will appreciate the large mature gardens that come with this detached chalet bungalow, which is in a much sought-after area.
When the site failed to reach its reserve at auction, the Birtwells stepped in and bought it, plus the three-bedroom 1961 chalet bungalow on-site, for pounds 250,000.
304 Lutterworth Road, Nuneaton, chalet bungalow (Bee Tee Builders Ltd);