South Tracy District

The South Tracy District paints a vivid picture of the early 20th century rapid expansion of Bozeman witch Bungalows that date back to 1917. This district's small size is chalked full of buildings that represent not only a very significant person of exponential growth in Bozeman but also the first-ever use of automobiles!  This compact group of seven, one-story, gable front-to-the-street,  Bungalows runs along the east side is S. Tracy Avenue. These modest, similar Bungalow style residencies each have their own separate garages and many have undergone a variety of alterations over the past two decades. The location at the top of a hill enhances the cohesiveness of the district and its consistency of form. Despite extensive construction through the city during the early 20th century, this district remained an isolated unit until the mid-1930s.

South Tracy Avenue Historic District

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