The Taft Budge Bungalow, also known as the Taft Budge House, at 86 Center St. in Paris, Idaho, is a historic house that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is a Colonial Revival style bungalow which features enclosed eaves, a half-porch characteristic of local bungalows, and a gablet roof over the porch. The front facade of the house is horizontally oriented, a unique style for Paris bungalows.It is one of four residences in Paris associated with the Budge family that is listed on the National Register. The Budge family played a prominent role in the city's Mormon stake, and member Alfred Budge served on the Idaho Supreme Court.
== See also ==
Budge Cottage, also NRHP-listed in Paris
Alfred Budge House, also NRHP-listed in Paris
Julia Budge House, also NRHP-listed in Paris
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