O. H. Pattie House. 1906

513 Chestnut Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story frame Victorian house with novelty weatherboard siding and a hip-and-gable roof with metal crestings and imbricated asbestos shingles to simulate slate. The one-story wraparound porch has Ionic columns. Other features include a rockfaced concrete block foundation, exterior and interior brick flues, a front entry with transom, sidelights, and a decorative surround, Colonial Revival lunettes in the gables, 1/1 windows, and a two-tier back porch with screening and a pantry on the first tier and a sleeping porch on the second tier. A brick retaining wall extends across the front of the lot. About 1900 Pattie operated a horse-drawn trolley line that connected Waynesboro and Basic City. (Hawke, History of Waynesboro, 186)

Carriage house. Ca. 1910. Two-story frame with asbestos-shingle siding over red-painted Weatherboard siding, an asphalt-shingled gable roof, a sliding matchboard door, and a hay loft.

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