Bon Ton District

The Bon Ton District expands the streets from West Cleveland Street to South Wilson and is home to some of Bozeman’s most beautiful historical residencies. With architecture styles ranging from Queen Anne, Italianate, and Colonial Revival Style King houses, which include massive wrap-around porches and balconies, these elegant styles date back to the 1880s up until the 1930s. Sophisticated concrete lamp posts illuminate the streets of the eastern and southern boundaries of the district. Just east of Bon Ton is South Tracy/ South Black Historic District and to the west is Cooper Park Historic District. This district is also a very short distance to Downtown Bozeman on Main Street located north.

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