Buying and living in a Bungalow is stereotypically known for the older generation or handicapped, but would you still think that if the offer of the perfect open living concept, one level attractive home became available within your budget?
Buying a modest bungalow can be a sensible investment for you and your family, offering a practical, safe and eco-friendly living with optimum use of space for ideal comfort and design appeal – which is sometimes disregarded by home owners.
Compared to the more conventional house, a Bungalow plot size is larger and for potential good reasons. This gives you the option to give your property a much-needed facelift and extend further – for example, a conservatory or maybe even another level to the property.
A Bungalow structure will either be detached or semi-detached, plants and trees can help provide the privacy some residents may require which also makes the property attractive. It has been proved that in some areas of the UK, that a well-maintained Bungalow contains a higher resale value.
With all rooms of the property located on the same ground floor, a Bungalow can create a safer and a more pragmatic way of living. This will be beneficial to families with young children and those that are handicapped wanting easy access around their home and have problems using a staircase.
In a challenging market, it’s properties in short supply which hold their value – and that’s where the bungalow comes into its own.
However, if the idea of living in a bungalow has never come to mind, you may find that the key to owning the home of your dreams is in fact the humble Bungalow.
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