The Lewis and Clark District in Missoula is consistently a perennially favored location to call home, not only coveted for its highly rated schools, but also as the hub for Mid-Century Modern architecture. The wide streets wind and curve alongside and around several neighborhood parks, mirroring the contours of the surrounding foothills of the city, and due to the sheer number of single level homes in this region, the base of the mountains are clearly visible for all to enjoy.Atypical in scope for this streetscape, the c. 1970 Bi-level offering located at 2905 Queen Street is a study in classic, later 20th century design, featuring an elongated profile, simplistic lines and generous usage of large picture windows.
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