1813 Marion Street
Bungalows were a popular housing form from 1910 to 1940 and can be found in great numbers in Columbia's suburbs established during this timeframe. On occasion, bungalows are found in the original city limits, having replaced earlier residences. Craftsman style bungalows, like this one built in 1930, tend to be one to one-and-one-half story houses dominated by low-pitched roofs and porches that span the width of the façade. Detailed columns on brick piers, louvered attic vents beneath gables, and exposed rafter tails are other common elements of the bungalow.