The Story Mansion endures as a direct connection to one of Bozeman’s prominent founding families. Built in 1910, T. Byron Story’s stately residence is one of the last surviving examples of a Tudor revival, arts-and-craft style home that survives from this bygone era. In an expression of its commitment to historic preservation, the City of Bozeman purchased the Story Mansion in 2003. Comma-Q was selected to undertake a comprehensive architectural assessment of the property which subsequently led to a multi-phased effort to oversee restoration efforts. Exterior stabilization work included replacement of rotted wood trim, masonry cleaning and restoration, as well as exterior painting. This was followed by window replacement which entailed the restoration of leaded diamond window sashes. The final preservation efforts involved selective renovation of the basement and the first floor allowing the space to be utilized for public events.