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Bungalow and Craftsman-style homes, while often confusing in American architecture, have distinct characteristics that set them apart. Bungalows are generally one-story homes with a low-pitched roof and a wide front porch, emphasizing convenience and simplicity. On the other hand, Craftsman-style homes can be one or two stories, focusing on handcrafted details and natural materials, featuring exposed beams, built-in furniture, and large fireplaces. While both styles prioritize functionality and a connection with nature, the Craftsman style is distinguished by its elements and attention to architectural details.

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