Bungalow style home in West University, Tucson

Bungalow homes for sale in Tucson

Last Updated on May 15, 2020 by Kim Labriola

If you pass by most older Tucson neighborhoods, chances are you’ll see several Bungalow homes. Maybe, like me, you’ve always been fascinated by these charming houses.

The term Bungalow originated from India. Sometimes called Craftsman or California Bungalow, these homes were popular in the early 20th century in many parts of the country, including Tucson. Part of their popularity was their simple design and ease of construction. The simplicity was a welcome departure from the fussy, complicated Victorian era homes.  Sears and other companies sold bungalow kits, which made these homes more accessible to the masses. The broad porches and wide eaves were a great way to deal with the hot summers before air conditioning.

Seach available bungalow homes:

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What are some defining characteristics of Bungalows?

  • Usually single story
  • Large, often tapered, supports holding up a wide front porch
  • Gable roof
  • House is 3-4 steps above grade
  • Double-hung windows
  • Wide eaves
  • Built-in cabinetry 

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Bungalows can be found in many neighborhoods, including:

Interested in buying or selling a Bungalow in Tucson? Nick can help you! Contact him at Nick@RealTucson.com or 520-975-8956

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