1074 Cauldwell Avenue / 1076 Cauldwell Avenue
F.T. Camp, 1887
Charles C. Churchill, 1892
This pair of two-and-one-half-story, wood-frame buildings is representative of a period in which larger single-family homes were the predominant housing stock in this section of The Bronx. Characteristic of the Queen Anne style, these houses are asymmetrically massed and feature a variety of ornamentation. No. 1076, built in 1892, retains less of its original detailing than its southern neighbor. No. 1074, on the other hand, boasts an arched porch with turned posts on its first story and a smaller second-story porch framed by a whimsical bargeboard. This ornamentation is complemented by gables intersecting at different levels to create an irregular roofline.