Max and Garland Patterson House. 1935

369 Walnut Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"Story-and-a-half Tudor Revival house of Flemish-bond brick construction with a slate front-gable roof with a side shed dormer. The front entry is contained in a gabled projection and has a classical surround with a scrolled pediment. Other features include an interior brick chimney, a glassed-in corner porch with a turned baluster screen, a north-side hip-roofed wing with a one-story cantilevered bay window, a front 6/6 picture window with 2/2 flankers, and 6/6 windows with jack arches. A stone retaining wall extends across the front of the lot. Col. Max G. Patterson and his wife Garland were the original owners of this house, which was designed by T. J. Collins & Son. Max Patterson was a Fishburne Military School commandant, and he had this house built to be close to the school. He was also involved with the Wayne and Cavalier theaters. After Max's death his widow occupied the house with her second husband, J. Ellison Loth. (Calder Loth; James K. Wright; Shaw, Ranzini and Wood, ""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District"")

Carport (brick). Late 20th c.

Play house (frame). Late 20th c."

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