California-style Bungalow

California Bungalow houses were built in the early to mid-twentieth century in the Mid-City, Gentilly, and Broadmoor neighborhoods. Identified by their low-slung appearance, the California Bungalow is a one or one-and-a-half-story wood-siding house with sloping roof and eaves with unenclosed rafters. These homes often feature a brick, stucco, or stone porch, flared columns and a gable over main portion of the house.