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Lockling House
1130 Collyer Street

Landmark Designation: 2004

Construction Date: 1915

Architectural Style: Edwardian Vernacular

The house represents a fine example of the Edwardian Vernacular style, also known as the American Four-Square style. While most examples in Longmont of this style are small, this house is notable because of its size and the fact that it occurs outside the historic center of town. It's somewhat unusual location is due to the fact that originally it was a farmhouse located on the outskirts of town. This house remains almost unchanged visually from the original structure.

Reference
HPC 2004-8