R. H. Morris House. 1928-29

460 Pine Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story frame Tudor Revival house with a stucco exterior and an asbestos-shingle gable roof with rectangular louvered gable vent. The one-story front porch has stout wooden supports and engages an entry vestibule with a batten door on decorative strap hinges and a flanking single sidelight-like window. Other features include an interior brick flue, a north-end bracketed entry stoop, front French doors, 6/6 windows, and second-story casement windows with modem diamond muntin patterns. A picket fence extends along the side and back yards.

Garage. 1928-29.
One-story frame with novelty weatherboard siding, an asbestos-shingle gable roof, and a poured-concrete foundation.

Shed. Ca. 1950.
Small one-story frame with horizontal flush-board siding and an asphalt-shingled gable roof.

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