House. Ca. 1948

601 Cherry Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"One-and-a-half-story Colonial Revival style single-family dwelling of brick construction with a recessed central entry with a single-leaf paneled door set into a paneled embrasure, with a door surround consisting of paneled pilasters, a fan transom, and a projecting entablature. Windows consist of 6/6 double-hung wood sash; the gabled roof is covered in wood-look asbestos shingles; two exterior end brick chimneys have corbelled caps; and the facade features a molded cornice with modillions and guttae. The Colonial Revival theme is carried further with the use of a front screen door that incorporates a Chinese Chippendale lower panel. One of a number of homes in the Forest Hills Addition designed by the Staunton architectural firm of T. J. Collins & Son. (Calder Loth; Shaw, Ranzini and Wood, \""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District\"")."

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