January 2022

Found 5 blog entries for January 2022.

Best Edmonton Neighbourhoods with Bungalow-Style Homes

Bungalow houses have a particularly unique history in architecture and are a popular housing style that buyers routinely seek out today. Bungalows are relatively easy to maintain due to their simple layout and open floor plans. While the style has undergone many revivals over time, it has given these homes a modern and customized feel.

Bungalows are small cottage-type homes traditionally built as one-storey or one-and-a-half-storey dwellings. A bungalow's architecture generally has interesting characteristics like sloped roofs, large front windows, and wide front porches. Anyone seeking out neighbourhoods with bungalow-style homes in Edmonton will want to consider these communities.

Royal Gardens

The Royal Gardens community is located in

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What Sets Bungalows Apart From Other Architecture Styles?

Thinking of buying a new home and not quite sure what style, size, and property type perfectly suit your needs? There are many choices even amid the single-family home category, and bungalow homes are worth considering when shopping for potential investment properties. These charming homes dominate many neighbourhoods, but there are several architectural styles. Keep reading to learn about some of the most common exterior and interior elements of bungalow-style homes to help decide if this type of abode is the right choice.

History & Stylistic Influences of Bungalows

What is now known as bungalow-style is an adaptation of the single-story huts typical in 19th century India. As the style modernized, the first version most similar to what we see

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Edmonton Vacation and Staycation Guide

There's much to see and do in the city of Edmonton. Located on the North Saskatchewan River, there are many things to do in Edmonton that appeal to all people, including nature lovers, those that enjoy culture, and numerous amenities to keep people busy. For those looking to buy Edmonton townhomes or luxury homes in the area, it may also be helpful to know that this is an active community with lots of things to do within each city's neighbourhoods. Whether you've lived in Edmonton for years or are visiting for the first time, the city is full of great places to stay, eat, and play. Keep reading to find the best guide for a perfect Edmonton vacation or staycation.

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Styling Ideas for Your Edmonton Bungalow

Of all the home styles available to homebuyers, the bungalow style has remained a favourite for many years. This is likely due to their practical design and attractive features. To achieve the perfect interior style, people need to be mindful of the common characteristics of bungalows and how they impact design. There are many styles of bungalow houses, but these decoration tips apply to almost all of them. Anyone looking to switch up their bungalow décor or start designing from scratch can get some inspiration from this post. Keep reading to learn about the top design tips for bungalow-style homes.

Learn the Bungalow Layout

Bungalows are single-storey houses with one room at the front and two rooms at the back. A bungalow's aesthetic is

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Best Walking and Jogging Trails in Edmonton

Living in Edmonton allows residents to experience an urban city's vibrant atmosphere and convenience yet appreciate spending time communing with nature. It is easy to enjoy the best of both worlds when one calls Edmonton home.

There are plenty of jogging and walking trails in Edmonton—many of which are dog-friendly activities. Read on to discover some of the best places to take advantage of places to hike, bike, and jog in Edmonton.

Rundle Park Bridge Loop

Situated around tree-filled Rundle Park is a hard-packed gravel loop pathway favoured by cyclists, joggers, and pedestrians in Edmonton. Along the way, there are several bridges with bird's eye views of the river and surrounding woodlands. Early along the 6.5 km Rundle Park Bridge Loop is

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