A bungalow is much more than just modern architecture. Our versatile bungalow living concepts are particularly suited to all prospective homeowners who have a large plot and are looking for plenty of free space on one level.
Prefabricated bungalows are also of interest for families with small children, senior citizens and people with disabilities, particularly if the houses are designed to be barrier-free.
We’ll show you several planning suggestions for your dream bungalow, from the classic angled bungalow and Mediterranean style to flat-roofed bungalows. Take a look at bungalows with various roof shapes and different amounts of living space, and be inspired by our suggestions.
A bungalow is the ideal solution for homeowners who love to move around on just one level. From our basic versions, you can choose a small bungalow with 80 m² of living space to a spacious one with 157 m². Of course, you can adapt the size of your prefabricated bungalow according to your requirements.
With a beautiful garden, a prefabricated bungalow becomes something really special. Large floor-to-ceiling windows connect the living space with nature and give you a feeling of boundlessness.
Although a bungalow would be perfect for you, are you dreaming of an exceptionally spacious house with more square metres of living space, or an angled bungalow with a cosy, protected terrace?
No problem. Our Hanse Haus architects can discuss your wishes and needs with you so that you can find the appropriate design for your bungalow together.
It’s often difficult to predict our living requirements 30 years from now.
However, a prefabricated bungalow is a good choice to help you start preparing for the future during construction. Since its rooms are arranged on one level, staircases – which may become an obstacle in later life – are avoided. With planning that makes provisions for barrier-free access or is even wheelchair-friendly, you are ideally equipped in the event that your requirements change.
In a bungalow, all rooms are on the ground floor on one level. Although bungalows have no upper floor or loft, this type of house offers its occupants many attractive benefits:
- No loss of space due to a staircase
- No need to climb troublesome stairs
- No danger of small children falling
- An open floor plan with plenty of free space.
- Enables barrier-free and wheelchair-friendly living
Didn’t find your dream home amongst our bungalows? Browse our other house types – perhaps a two-storey single-family house with a pitched roof, a modern Cubus house with a flat roof or a popular pent roof house would suit you better?