T. H. Antrim House. 1910s

520 Maple Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story frame Foursquare-form house with novelty vinyl siding and a metal-sheathed hip roof with gables with decorative wood-shingle sheathing and rectangular louvered gable vents. The modem one-story entry porch has square-section wood posts and a roof railing. Other features include interior brick flues, a one-story bay window on the north side with a gabled projection above, a one-story wing on the south side, an exterior side stair, 1/1 windows, a one-story back screen porch, and back and side decks. A wooden privacy fence extends along the alley. Antrim, one of Waynesboro's leading nineteenth century families, lived here in 1935.

Garage. Ca. 1950. One-story cinder-block with an asphalt-shingle hip roof and a wood panel door.

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