Filed Under Red Lodge
Hi-Bug Historic District
A prestigious corner site contributes much to the elegance of this Queen Anne style cottage, built by rancher and businessman Louis Sichler in 1902. The steep and asymmetrical roofline, projecting gables, and two-storied bay epitomize the Queen Anne style. Between 1907 and 1912, second owner A. H. Davis, a prominent local jeweler, added the Classical Revival style porch with its Tuscan Columns and upper balustrade. Such classical details, popular in Red Lodge during this period, today architecturally unify the neighborhood.