Fred Cook House. Ca. 1910; ca. 1950

557 Chestnut Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Story-and-a-half frame Craftsman bungalow remodeled in the Cape Cod Colonial Revival idiom, probably about 1950. The house has wood-shingle siding and a gable roof with gabled dormers. The roof engages a wraparound porch with classical wood columns on paneled wood pedestals with square-section balusters between. Other features include a brick interior flue, decorative rafter ends in the house, porch and dormer eaves, 20/1 windows, a one-story rear wing, and a two-tier back porch with metal supports on the lower tier and a sleeping porch above.

Garage. Ca. 1920. One-story frame with corrugated metal siding, a metal-sheathed gable roof, a poured-concrete foundation, 6/1 windows, and a sliding corrugated metal door.

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