Clyde and Anne Lambert House. 1920

633 S Wayne Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"Two-story Craftsman/Colonial Revival house of stretcher brick-veneer frame construction with an asphalt-shingle hip roof with hipped dormers on all four sides with wood-shingle siding, dentil cornices, and fluted pilasters. The one-story wraparound porch has square-section brick pillars on a brick railing with concrete copings and base band, a modern wood lattice roof-top railing, and a south-end porte cochere with vinyl infill between the pillars. Other features include a brick foundation and basement, a south-side exterior brick chimney flanked on the first story by decorative multi pane windows, a rear interior brick flue, a front entry with sidelights and an elliptical fanlight, large front windows with ten-pane upper sash, and an enclosed two-tier back porch with a second-tier sleeping porch. A brick and poured-concrete retaining wall extends across the front of the lot and along a driveway that passes through the porte cochere to a rear garage. Behind the house are a modern curved brick handicap ramp, a brick, rockfaced cinder-block, and vinyl wall and fence with globe lamps, and a parking area along the alley. Lambert, who served as contractor for the construction of the house, was president and treasurer of the Lambert Manufacturing Co. in 1948. He was also a president of the Southern Industrial Loan Association and a vice president of the Citizens Waynesboro Bank & Trust. Lambert built the house as a residence for himself and his second wife, Anne. The house is now Body By Nature Massage Therapy & Spa. (News-Virginian, April 20, 2000; Hawke, History of Waynesboro, 143; Joseph B. Yount III; Shaw, Ranzini and Wood, ""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District"")

Garage. 1910s
One-story garage of stretcher brick-veneer frame construction with an asphalt-shingled gable roof, some vinyl siding, and wood panel doors."

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