we as Heaven Tourism are proud to cover all the beautiful bungalows in the black sea area.
You can leave your travel plan to us with peace of mind. We will choose the most beautiful bungalow for you so this
trip will be the most beautiful memory of your life.
The bungalows of the city of Rize in the black sea region have certain characteristics ,
Like the pristine, beautiful and lush nature, and the imaginative
tranquility and silence of the beautiful shores and pastures of the Black Sea,
which offer an imaginative view in front of your eyes.
The facilities that are available in Bungalow allow you to relax your mind and
enjoy your minutes in the pristine nature and away from the hustle and
bustle of city .
what the bungalow is
A bungalow is a small house or cottage that is either single-story or has a second story built into a sloping roof
(usually with dormer windows), and may be surrounded by wide verandas
A bungalow is a style of house or cottage that is typically either a single story or has a second, half, or partial story, that is built into a sloped roof.
Bungalows are typically small in terms of size and square footage and often are distinguished by the presence of dormer windows and verandas.
On the downside, Bungalows have smaller and fewer rooms than multi-story houses, and are more vulnerable to break-ins, due to how low they sit on the ground.
There is 5 Types of Bungalows
While the Craftsman bungalow (also known as the American bungalow) refers to the classic bungalow style, there are a variety of different bungalow housing structures that any homeowner can buy or build, such as:
1. California: California bungalow design uses stucco and wood, often with shingle siding. This one-story bungalow-style features a sloping roof, a sizable porch with overhanging eaves, and an open floor plan. Builders do not typically use bricks to construct this housing style. Stucco and wood are the preferred building materials, often with shingle siding. Architects Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mathis Greene pioneered the California bungalow-style homes to suit Southern California’s climate.
Chicago: Brick-built Chicago bungalows usually feature one-and-a-half stories above a basement, with stairs leading up to the porch from the street level. Chicago bungalows may feature dormer windows and an enclosed front room, while the stairway entrance is located on the side of the house. This
Mission: With broad, overhanging eaves and exposed rafters, a Mission-style bungalow has a hipped or gabled-type roof. They may also feature smooth stucco or plastic siding and a Spanish-style tiled roof.
Seemingly contradictory to the bungalow theme, the Tudor-style bungalow features more intricate design work, such as elaborate chimneys, detailed doorways, and wall cladding. Tudor bungalows have steep-pitched, gabled roofs, and tall, narrow windows with half-timbering. Tudor bungalows blend medieval architectural design with the simple layout of a standard bungalow.
Developed by a group of Chicago architects known as the Prairie School (including member Frank Lloyd Wright), this style has piers to support the porch roof, flat chimneys, contrasting wall materials, and Prairie-style windows. The interior may feature ceiling beams and horizontal woodwork.
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