Plan 1-173

Bungalow Style Floor Plans

bungalow house plans

Bungalow homes are plentiful in character, yet simple in design. A welcoming front porch greets entrants and captures the essence of the Bungalow house plan's warmth. An abundance of light floods the floor plan through sunrooms and windows, making the dwelling delightfully cozy. The heart of the Bungalow is the living room, where your family will comfortably gather all year-round.... More >>

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Key Specs

  • 2615 Sq. Ft.
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 2 Stories
  • 3 Garages

Purchase option

What's included?


(110 mhp or less)



Optional Add-Ons


Extra Sets



Short Description

This charming Craftsman Bungalow offers all of the sought-after features for today's families.

The kitchen and nook are open to the spacious family room with a cozy fireplace.

The kitchen includes a roomy cook-top island with eating bar and a generous walk-in pantry.

A first floor den/guest room has close proximity to a full bath.

An upstairs laundry is a real step-saver for active families.

A covered deck spans the rear of the home and is fully covered perfect for enjoying the outdoors in any weather.

A 4-car rear-entry garage at the basement level offers plenty of room for autos and storage.

Design Comments

See plan # 1-334 & 1-340 for other versions of this plan.

Floor Plans

main floor
Main Floor Plan
Upper/Second Floor
Upper/Second Floor Plan
Lower Floor
Lower Floor Plan

Rear/Alternate Elevations

Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation


Total Living Area (finished)

Total Sq. Ft.: 2615
Upper floor: 1202
Lower Floor: 68
Main floor: 1413
Porches: 352


Bedrooms: 5
Full Baths: 3


Garage: 865
Garage Stalls: 3


2 stories


Width: 41' 6"
Depth: 51' 2"
Height: 26' 10"

Roof slope

7:12 (primary)
3:12 (secondary)

Walls (exterior)



Ceiling Height (Main): 9'

Ceiling heights

8' (upper)




Daylight basement

Standard With Plan





Important Stuff

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  • Wind / hurricane / tornado
  • Seismic / earthquake
  • Heavy snow
  • Flood potential
  • Soil instability

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