Lelia Hutcheson House. 1906

472 S Wayne Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"Two-story Victorian house of six-course American-bond brick construction with a metal-sheathed hip-and-gable roof with lunettes in the gables. The one-story wraparound porch has fluted Doric columns, a rockfaced concrete-block foundation, and a concrete floor. Other features include a poured-concrete foundation, an interior brick chimney, a south-side one-story bay window, a front entry with two-leaf doors and transom flanked by an elliptical window with four projecting brick ""keystones,"" a secondary front entry, 1/1 windows, and an enclosed two-tier back porch with a rockfaced concrete-block foundation, asbestos-shingle siding in the first tier, and jalousie windows in the second tier. Also known as the Kate Coiner House, this building is said to have been designed by architect William Adams Delano, and was built by M. Ree Ellis (Shaw, Ranzini, and Wood, ""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District"").

Garage. 1930s-40s
One-story frame with corrugated metal siding and a metal-sheathed gable roof."

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