When you pass by the highways and subdivisions, you will notice that there are a lot of modern houses being built. And among those modern houses are bungalows that designed trendy incorporating whatever is the emerging fad these days. Bungalows are flexible and very easy to remodel.
A bungalow is a type of a house that is usually one-storey. The sitting area and the kitchen are typically located on the lower sections of the house while the bedrooms are usually located on the higher sections of the house or the elevated portion of the house. In some bungalows, all the areas of the house are built in an open floor at ground level. Some may also divide the house into two main sections: the first one is at ground level and the other one is elevated with few steps higher. In general, any single-storey house is called a bungalow.
Generally, you can find bungalows erected in big lots and are naturally expansive. The main reason why they are usually huge is that all the parts of the house are built on the ground floor. If you have three or more bedrooms and they are all built on the main level, it is necessary for the area to be wide to accommodate them all.
- one-story contemporary house
- 5 bedrooms
- 2 bathroom
- 1 living room
- kitchen and dining
- open parking
- Budget: USD 80,000-100,000 or Php 4-5M
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