What are bungalow houses?
A bungalow house differs from a conventional house in that is in usually not winterized, meaning it has no central heating system or insulation. Many older bungalows are also smaller and structurally underbuilt by modern-day construction standards. Bungalows are very often beach houses or summer homes.
A bungalow is the term for a small house. The house is one story and the term came into being in the early part of the 20th century when houses were typically two or more stories tall. This type of home is usually a two bedroom unit, with fewer rooms such as a combined living and dining room. Standard building materials are used for building a bungalow.