The most obvious benefit to living in a bungalow is having no stairs to climb, not only beneficial for older home owners enduring stiff knees and hips but for young families with toddlers who don’t have the worry of their children climbing or falling down them. Having a conservatory gives an extra room either for dining or playing or as a hobby space and with a garden as well the home is perfect for most families. The attic space in many bungalows can be converted into another room if you need it to be and the roof can be altered or fixed by companies such as https://www.aquagard-roofing.co.uk/roofing-services/flat-roofing-repair-bristol/ who specialise in Flat Roofing Bristol.
Many bungalows come with more outside space, no upper storey repairs and are easier to maintain, security is not an issue as there are several good quality, reasonably priced, window and door locks on the market. The conservatory can become hot in the summer and cold possibly damp in the winter but that’s the same for any mainly glass room extension and there are remedies for every problem.
Living independently and coping with a disability then a bungalow home could be ideal for you. With access ramps, low-level kitchen units, ceiling hoists, wet-rooms, paved gardens and no stairs an adapted bungalow could be the ideal home for anyone struggling with a disability. With open-plan living spaces making the home feel bright and airy as well as easily accessible.