Ed W. Moore House. Between 1925 and 1930

645 Cherry Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"Two-story, Georgian Revival style, brick-veneer tile block single-family dwelling with brickwork laid in 9-course American bond with Flemish variant. The slate-shingled gable roof has two exterior end brick chimneys with paneled faces. The central entry features a single-leaf paneled wood door with sidelights and a semicircular transom, all set beneath a one-story, three-bay, semicircular entry porch with unfluted classical columns. Most windows have 8/8 double-hung sash, set into openings with jack arches and keystones; a feature window set over the main entry incorporates a Palladian tripartite window framed by pilaster details. The facade's full entablature includes a wide frieze and molded cornice. Two side porches flank the main block of the dwelling; each has paired square columns and geometric-pattern roof railings. This house was the second built in the Forest Hills development.(Frances Cook)."""

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