Since a bungalow is a type of house rather than a style of house, it can encompass several different styles of houses. There are bungalows in the Craftsman Style, Prairie Style, Arts and Crafts Style, Spanish Mission Style, and others. However, a bungalow by definition is a single story or story and a half, which usually lends itself to being a modest structure with second floor rooms contained within the roof structure, rather than having large dormers or gables to extend the area. The Craftsman-style bungalow normally has a front porch that is fully integrated into the roof structure, which means that the entry door will be set back from the front façade of the house. The siding will typically be either shakes or stucco or perhaps a combination of both. Look for deep roof overhangs with brackets as well. A very prominent feature of the Craftsman Bungalow is the presence of square columns; they are usually found on the corners of the house and may taper as they rise.