House. Early 1920s

336 S Wayne Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story Colonial Revival house of rough stuccoed tile-block construction with an asphalt-shingle hip roof with hipped dormer. The one-story front entry porch has Doric columns and a metal false balcony railing on the roof. The poured-concrete foundation is scored to imitate blocks. Other features include stucco exterior side chimneys, south-side two-story wing with a sunroom on the first story and a sleeping porch above, a north-side one-story porch with Doric columns and a beaded matchboard windbreak, three-part windows on the first-story front elevation with 6/6 windows flanked by 2/2 windows, 6/6 and casement windows elsewhere, and a two-tier back porch with modem latticework and enclosure. In 1935 this house contained two apartments occupied by S. H. Lambert and Miss Mary Page. Lambert was involved with the Lambert Brothers construction firm. (Hawke, History of Waynesboro, 143,146)

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