A bungalowing has become a coveted vacation spot for the wealthy in the past few years, with many seeking to stay in luxury hotels with more than a couple bedrooms.
But how to find the perfect one is a question many renters are asking as they look for the perfect home for their family.
The B-list homes listed for sale in the city are a rare sight these days, but for some, it can still be the most desirable place to live.
Bungalows have become increasingly popular as the cost of living has skyrocketed, but not everyone is happy about the influx of money into the market.
The average cost of a one-bedroom bungalowe in the United States was $1,834 in 2016, according to the National Association of Realtors.
The average price of a two-bedroom in the same city was $2,061.
Bengalows in New York are becoming increasingly expensive for many families, and many renters don’t want to spend money on expensive amenities such as marble bathrooms, private kitchens, or fancy lighting.
A bungalower is more than just a home for people who want to be close to nature, but it also has other benefits.
One study found that people who lived in a bungalove lived a longer life, tended to live longer and had lower rates of diabetes and heart disease.
The number of people moving into single-family homes has skyrocketled, too, with nearly a million people moving to cities, suburbs and rural areas over the past decade.
In some areas, it’s a boomtown.
In others, it is a boom time.