T. E. Nininger House. Ca. 1900

200 Maple Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story frame Victorian house with a metal-sheathed hip roof with a front gable with a reworked diamond-shaped louvered gable vent. The one-story front porch has classical wood columns. Other features include a brick foundation and interior chimney, a modem concrete and metal handicap ramp, a front entry with modem sidelights, modem 6/6 windows, and a two-story rear wing with a roof-top deck. Botetourt County native T. E. Nininger was an orchardist who moved to the St. Augustine area of Florida to establish an orange grove. When a freeze destroyed his operation he relocated to Waynesboro and acquired an apple orchard. He was also the inventor of a fruit sorter. The house was occupied by A. S. Coiner in 1935. (James K. Wright)

National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form 2/4/02