House. 1937

413 Pine Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

An unusual story-and-a-half frame Colonial Revival house with asbestos-shingle siding and an asphalt-shingle gambrel roof with flared eaves and shed dormers on the front and rear. The front entry has a classical surround and is juxtaposed with an exterior brick chimney and a bay window. Other features include a north-end bracketed entry stoop, a south-end shed-roofed one-story wing, a one-story rear sunroom with jalousie windows, and 6/6 windows. A picket fence links the house and garage. It is possible this house dates to 1935 or before; if so it was the residence of R. C. Jennings.

Garage. Ca. 1937.
One-story poured-concrete with a metal-sheathed gable roof and wood and glass panel doors.

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