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American bungalow
architectural style

Derived from early British houses in India, the bungalow perhaps best typifies American housing of the 20th century. The typical bungalow featured an overhanging gable roof with brackets, exposed rafters, a large porch, and usually incorporated rustic materials such as stone and clinker brick.

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