Lindley Place District

The Lindley Place Historic District is home to a small scale, but condensed and cohesive group of popular architectural houses developed in the late 19th and 20th centuries. It contains many of the oldest and more well-preserved houses in the city. With no cross street, this street consisting of two blocks stands alone on the eastern border of the city’s residential grid. 

Lindley Place district is home to some enchanting scenery. Just east flows Bozeman Creek and just east of that is the big and beautiful Bogart Park. Many historical supplements remain such as a cast iron hitching post, sidewalks imprinted “Lindley Place, 1906” and at least 20 houses dating back to the 1880s.

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