Between 1935 and 1948 (S). Bohnson House

604 Cherry Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"One-and-a-half-story single-family dwelling of masonry construction featuring stretcher bond brickwork, ""dovecote"" vent detailing at upper gable ends, and brick corbelling and modillions beneath a molded wood cornice. Two massive central interior chimneys with corbelled caps, and three hipped dormers, punctuate the wood-look asbestos shingles of the gabled roof. Rough sawn siding sheathes the upper gables. Multi-pane steel casements occupy window openings. The recessed central front entry features a Greek Revival-inspired pilastered door surround and a single-leaf paneled wood and glass door. One of a number of homes in the Forest Hills Addition designed by the Staunton architectural firm of T. J. Collins & Son. (Shaw, Ranzini and Wood, \""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District\""). Bohnson headed the Benger Laboratory at the Waynesboro DuPont plant. (Frances Cook).

Carport. Ca. 1940. Brick piers support the tall pyramidal roof of this structure, essentially a detached porte cochere, which is roofed with slate shingles."

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