City Directories and History: Constructed at the turn of the 20th century, this lovely eclectic style home remains one of Caldwell Street’s handsome pieces of architecture in 2019. Constructed by Newberry builder, Mr. C.C. “Cam” Davis, for Chesley H. Cannon, and his wife, Lucy Wright – Cannon, this is very similar to the homes found at 1703 and 1710 College Street. Also similar in style to Mrs. Cannons sister’s house next door, the Houseal Home.
All of these basic four square style homes with Queen Anne architecture features offer extremely like kinded features such as windows, columns, hardware, the use of Pebbledash stucco siding and more. Though none are exactly alike, their similarities are most apparent and offer a wonderful view of Cam Davis style homes.
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