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Looking for a character-infused home you can build on a budget? Take a look at this charming Craftsman bungalow house plan. At just 2,964 square feet, the home’s efficiency will allow you to control building costs so you can afford to keep its eye-catching details, including carriage-style garage doors, stone-accented foundation, and gable brackets. The versatile floor plan will meet the needs of the empty nester or young family. The den offers work-at-home space for downsizing empty nesters, or it has the option to become a bedroom for the young couple who need a nursery. The kitchen island defines the cook’s work space, yet maintains the openness that allows the cook to converse with those in the breakfast nook and great room. The island’s arching bar is ideal whether serving a quick breakfast or laying out a buffet at a party. A plant shelf in the great room, columns in the entry and dining room, and a claw-foot tub in the master suite impart consistency with the early 20th century roots of bungalow architecture. When more space is needed for children and grandchildren, the lower level can be finished with two additional bedrooms, a rec room, bonus room, and large storage area. This ranch home plan with walkout basement works well on waterfront and sloping lots.