Clyde M. Lambert House. Ca. 1905

404 S Wayne Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story frame Colonial Revival house with vinyl siding and an imbricated slate hip roof with a hipped dormer with decorative windows, side gables with sawtooth wood shingles and Palladian windows. The one-story wraparound porch has fluted Ionic columns and unusual turned balusters that have the appearance of Doric colonettes. Other features include a rockfaced concrete-block foundation, interior brick chimneys, a rear exterior brick chimney, a front entry with classical surround, dentil cornices in the main house, porch, dormer roofs, a north-side one-story bay window, 1/1 windows, a front concrete handicap ramp and a modern two-story rear addition. Lambert, of the Lambert Brothers construction business, lived here with his first wife before moving to 633 S. Wayne. Behind the house is a parking lot. J. B. Crane lived here in 1935. Now Poindexter & Schersch law offices.

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