Copper Park District

The Copper Park Historic District is home to over 250 different houses and streets lined with lush trees. This district is between the two major central points of city life, Montana State University and Main Street. Featuring styles like Queen Anne and Colonial Revival, this district has a primarily predominate style of hip-roofed, one-story Bungalows with a variety of roof textures, recessed porches, and oriel windows. Most of these Bungalows style their original color schemes, typically beige and brown with white trim.  This style is simple yet elegant and includes low proportions, gabled porches, and simple ornamentation. Classic Cottages.

 A large number of the houses within the district were built by local Bozeman carpenters, and many of the houses were built in identical pairs and groups of very similar homes. Many houses throughout the district display elements of a variety of Craftsmanship styles such as cobblestone foundations, chimneys, and piers. The beautiful and shady streets of the Copper Park Historic District along with over 250 maintained houses make up the largest architecturally cohesive residential area in Bozeman. The district is effectively a compilation of simple pattern book houses and a clearly progressive era.

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Copper Park Historic District

 

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