The Belvidere Hill Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. This is Lowell's best example of a high-style, late 19th century residential neighborhood. Most of the homes were built between 1845 and 1945. Notable resources within the district include the Pollard Memorial Library (ca. 1890), the John Howe House (ca. 1887), the Henry Tibbetts House (ca. 1904), the Levi Sprague House (ca. 1867), the John Faulkner House (ca. 1887) and the Reverend Samuel Pratt House (ca. 1849).
Belmont Avenue • Fairmount Street • Fairview Street • Mansur Street • Nesmith Street • Porter Terrace • Summit Street • Talbot Street • Whitman Street