Modern Craftsman Bungalow in Alameda, CA
Traditional Home, Modern Comforts

Sharing a quiet street with Victorians, Craftsman, and Colonial homes in Alameda's East End, this one and a half story craftsman house fits into the the turn of the century character of the neighborhood with the use of sloping roofs, eaves with exposed rafters, and a full length front porch.

Unlike the dark interiors of traditional bungalows, this modern bungalow brings light into the living areas through dormer windows above the two-story space that links the living room & entry hall with the sleeping rooms above. Wood wainscoting, built-in book cases, cabinets, and window seats adorn the interiors of the bungalow.

The house meets the backyard with a pergola (trellis covered porch) which offers excellent shade and wind protection.

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Bungalow seen from the street

Living Room

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Living Room

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Dining Room

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Bungalow as seen from the backyard

Client Type: Private Client
Project Type:   Private Residence
Size:   2,600 s.f.
Location:   Alameda, CA
Firm:   Philip S Luo, Architect

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