Garrett House. Early 1920s

629 Maple Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story Foursquare-form house of stretcher brick-veneer frame construction with an asphalt-shingle hip roof and a hipped dormer with louvered vents. The one-story front porch has classical wood columns and square-section balusters. Other features include a poured-concrete foundation, an interior brick chimney, a front entry with transom and sidelights, 8/1 and 6/1 windows, a one-story rear wing, a rear deck, and a two-story ell addition. A Col. Garrett was an original or early occupant of the house. A. W. Crisfield lived here in 1935. (James K. Wright) Outbuilding. Late 1920s. One-story frame building (possibly originally a washhouse) with weatherboard siding, a metal-sheathed gable roof, and an interior brick flue.

Garage. Early 1920s. One-story frame with weatherboard siding, a metal-sheathed gable roof, a poured-concrete foundation, sliding matchboard doors, and 6/6 windows.

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