Great Bungalow Homes


Bungalow homes are a subset within the Arts and Crafts movement (1895 to 1935), which grew from a reaction to the ornate Victorian architecture of 1870 to 1900. Embracing simplicity, handiwork, and natural materials, bungalows are the definition of coziness.

Bursting with as many as 1500 bungalow-styled homes during the early days of the 1900s, this 35 square block community was home to boat owners and fisherman who returned from the sea with their catch of the day to sell it along the docks of the Delta Basin.


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Bungalow Park

It's been called Smugglers Cove;

on the north end of town in famed Atlantic City. Traveling by boat you'd make your way to Bungalow Park from the cove between Atlantic City and Brigantine.
 

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