L. Brown and Mamie Deputy House. 1930

465 Walnut Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story Colonial Revival house with patterned stucco exterior and an asphalt-shingle hip roof. The entry stoop has classical wood columns and a pedimented gable with a curved cutout and decorative raking moldings. Other features include ad exterior side stone chimney with sloped shoulders, 8/8 windows, first-story windows topped by round-arched panels with center paterae, wooden shutters with louvered lower halves and pine-tree cutouts in the upper halves, and a small rear entry stoop. A low brick retaining wall extends across the front of the lot. L. Brown Deputy operated a creamery. The house at 452 Walnut is thought to have been moved from this lot when the Deputys built the present dwelling. (James K. Wright)

Garage. Ca. 1930.
One-story frame with vinyl siding, an asphalt-shingle hip roof, and a poured-concrete foundation.

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