North Tracy District

The North Tracy Avenue Historic District is the home to the most significant cluster of historic residential architecture north of Main Street. This district is well preserved and stretches two blocks from Villard to Peach Streets and contains 28 diverse yet modest residences. The historical continuity of the street has remained in nine of the residences as they’ve retained their original designs, tightening and defining the overall architectural integrity and cohesiveness of the district in comparison to neighboring streets. The district is unified through eleven Bungalow style homes and nine diverse, 19th-century homes. Most of the houses in the North Tracy Avenue Historic District were built by local architects after a clear preference for neighborhoods developed among the population, consequentially making the houses more elaborate and of better quality. 

North Tracy Avenue Historic District Bozeman

 

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Top Historic District Resources 

Downtown Bozeman Historic Map

Downtown Bozeman Districts