10. 418 Main Street
This house represents the bungalow style (the term derived from the East Asian word bangla, referred to a low
house with porches surrounding it) and has a recessed porch on the sloping roof side, compared to the oft-used gable-end placement. This is a one and one-half story bungalow with twin windows in a shed roof dormer.
The bungalow style swept the Midwest from the 20s to the 40s; its popularity coming from its use in California.
Bungalows can be spotted by the roof line continuing uninterrupted over a recessed porch, either under the sloping roof or under the gable end.