Atlanta Bungalows for Sale

Find all Bungalows for sale in Atlanta. The bungalow home style remains a popular home style in Atlanta. Many of the bungalows date back to the pre-World War II era and most are located in intown Atlanta. Specifically, you'll find many bungalows in the historic intown neighborhoods of Virginia-Highland, Cabbagetown, and Kirkwood.

The homes below are being displayed by newest homes first. If you find something you like, feel free to register for a free account, where you can receive alerts when new bungalow homes hit the market. 

Jump to: Bungalows for Sale | Bungalow Info

Bungalow Real Estate Market Statistics
June 22, 2024
Avg. DOM
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
Med. List Price
365 Properties
Page 1 of 31
Listings identified with the FMLS IDX logo come from FMLS and are held by brokerage firms other than the owner of this website and the listing brokerage is identified in any listing details. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. If you believe any FMLS listing contains material that infringes your copyrighted work, please click here to review our DMCA policy and learn how to submit a takedown request. © 2024 First Multiple Listing Service, Inc.

Listing information last updated on June 23, 2024 at 1:45 AM EST.

Bungalow Info

Most people think of the bungalow as a quintessentially American home style. However, the Bungalow home style was initially developed in the Bengal region in India. Bungalows were popularized in America thanks to two brothers in California, Charles Greene and Henry Greene.

Bungalows began sprouting up in Atlanta from 1900 to 1935. These low-profile homes usually provide direct entry to the living room area and often have spacious porches. One of the most common variations is the Craftsman bungalow

The bungalow gained in popularity because people desired a reliable yet simplistic home with a small footprint. The bungalow used to represent a modern or progressive way of life, proving to be especially popular with members of middle-class America. 

The precise definition of the bungalow been largely subjective over the years, so the listings above may feature varied designs. However, most people tend to understand that a Bungalow is a primarily one-level home with an open floor plan. There are well over a dozen variations of bungalow homes.

Exterior Characteristics

  • Simple design
  • Built with natural materials
  • Large front porches
  • Low-pitched gable roof with wide overhang
  • Exposed roof rafters
  • Porch roof supports
  • Roof-wall junctions

Interior Characteristics

  • Open floor plans
  • Built-in cabinets 
  • Double hung windows
  • Large fireplace