Filed Under Missoula

A.P. Tietjen Residence

East Pine Street Historic District

Construction of this exemplary Queen Anne style residence began in 1891 but was not completed until its purchase by Missoula cigar maker A. P. Tietjen in 1902. Its fine design and workmanship reflect East Pine Street’s major period of development (1880-1910). Gabled polygonal bays with decorative shingles in the gable ends highlight this gracious frame home. Converted to a funeral home in the 1940s, the structure was again remodeled in 1991 with particular sensitivity to the original details.


A.P. Tietjen Residence
A.P. Tietjen Residence A.P. Tietjen Residence. Front/side view of the house, facing southeast from the sidewalk on East Pine Street across the street from the Worden Residence. Source: Montana State Historic Preservation Office Creator: William A. Babcock, Jr. Date: Aug. 1988


329 East Pine Street, Missoula, Montana | Private


The Montana National Register Sign Program, “A.P. Tietjen Residence,” Historic Montana, accessed May 26, 2024,