TeachMeFinance.com - explain bungalow
bungalow -- a one- or one and one-half story house with low exterior lines. In Chicago, a bungalow is a gable-roofed brick building with two to three bedrooms, a half-sunken basement, and stairs leading to an attic. Most bungalows were built in Chicago in the 1920s. In India, a bungalow is a small cottage with a thatched or tiled roof surrounded by a wide veranda.
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