Long Beach craftsman has a unique floor plan with stunning dining area 

It's hard not to stop and stare when you happen upon a gorgeous home that exudes all the charm you could ever want in an abode. If you're ever walking along Bermuda street in Long Beach, Calif., prepare yourself for one of these moments. Along the tree-lined and sun-soaked street resides a beautifully built craftsman home, the exterior painted delicate tones of white and grey, and the yard immaculately pruned. 
The single-level home was erected in 1915, but there's not one feature inside that looks tired or worn out. The spacious floor plan flaunts an open design with rooms such as the living room and dining room joining together in a free-flowing manner. According to Cal Bungalow, the home stretches to 1,340 sq. ft. and holds two bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms. 
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The front entrance to the house opens out into a large living room that naturally leads into the dining area. 
The living room is complete with a beautiful fireplace, making the large space feel very cozy. To add to the coziness, a small nook area rests to the left of the living room. 
Double French doors line one side of the dining area, making the space perfect for having dinner parties both inside and outside. 
What's great about this house is that there is an abundance of windows, allowing for natural light to seep into every room. 
The master bedroom is just as spacious as the rest of the house. A door leading to the backyard is installed in one corner of the room next to a wall of gorgeous windows. 
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This charming bungalow really emphasizes light and openness throughout the structure. No matter what room you're in, the atmosphere will always feel airy and well-lit. 
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