Independence Bungalow can accommodate a young family's needs with the potential for 3 to 5 bedrooms and then convert over time to meet life's changing circumstances. With the potential for upstairs and first floor owners' suites, the first floor bedroom suite can serve as a private guest room when the family is young and parents need to be on the second floor with children. The second floor's flexible floor plan can be divided into as many as three additional bedrooms. As owners age and children move out, the first floor bedroom suite can become the owners' bedroom and the upstairs space used for visiting children and grandchildren, a private location for an adult child still living at home or for a temporary or permanent caregiver. An additional bedroom on the first floor can be used as a home office near the front entrance, as a first floor guest room or as a hobby area. No need to ever move. Independence Bungalow has "Designs for Life" features with wider hallways, doorways and stairs as well as turning radiuses in the laundry room and the first floor owners' bathroom. The abundance of strategically placed windows creates natural light that boosts the spirit, saves energy and helps those who may be visually impaired. There is a stairway in the garage to the basement for taking items for storage and providing workers who need to service and repair mechanicals with a convenient and safe access to the basement. With all these practical features, Independence Bungalow's open floor plan, 8 ft. deep welcoming front porch and screened rear porch provide plenty of room for entertaining indoors and out. Its compact design will fit on small or narrow lots and reduce building costs with its simple Arts & Crafts Bungalow lines. Independence Bungalow is the first of our "Designs for Life" bungalows providing livability, affordability and flexibility for life's changing circumstances while maintaining the historic beauty of The Bungalow. This 2128 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 3 bath bungalow includes a screen porch at the rear -- for dining adjacent to the L-shaped kitchen. There is a pantry between the kitchen and the master suite and a mud room entry from the garage. Near the front door is a home office. Upstairs is a third bedroom, bath and sitting room -- this floor could function as a separate suite.
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