The latest newsletter from Twin Cities Bungalow Club included a feature by Erin Hynes about bungalow organizations across the country. I had a half-finished posting drafted on this topic already, so with some additions taken from Erin’s article, here is my latest contribution to the Bungalow Resources page on the blog. I like getting ideas from other bungalow communities; here’s the links for you to enjoy, too.
Twin Cities Bungalow Club is the local bungalow/old-house enthusiast group.
The Historic Chicago Bungalow Initiative exists “to preserve the Historic Chicago Bungalow and to assist homeowner’s, through education and resources, in adapting the bungalow to meet their current needs.” Useful forum and guides.
Bungalow Heaven neighborhood association represents historic district of 800 bungalows in Pasadena, CA.
Historic Echo Park in Los Angeles has tour and preservation information and craftsman architecture, among other styles.
Belmont-Hillsboro historic neighborhood in Nashville has succeeded in passing conservation ordinances to protect the historic character of this bungalow community.
Santa Barbara Bungalow Haven is an eight block area of preservation-oriented neighbors.
Boylan Heights in Raleigh, North Carolina has a web page with photos of neighborhood bungalows.
Cleveland Heights, Ohio has a nice website showcasing local bungalow architecture.
Historic Fairmount district of Fort Worth, Texas has an events calendar, home tour and more.
Beachside Bungalow Preservation Association of Far Rockaway, NY
Olde North Charleston Neighborhood in Charleston, North Carolina is a garden city designed by William Bell Marquis which features many bungalows. The neighborhood council website has bulletin boards, local photos, links and more.