House. Ca. 1945

652 Oak Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story composition shingle-sided Colonial Revival single-family dwelling of frame construction. Features include a single-leaf paneled wood and glass entry door, 8/8 double-hung wood sash, louvered blinds with shutterdogs, a slate-shingle gable roof, central interior brick chimney, and classical detailing including a dental and modillion cornice along the front elevation and crown molding along the upper gable ends. The front entry is sheltered by a one-story, one-bay pedimented portico with paired wood post supports. A shed-roofed driveway-side service porch has lattice panels, while a gable-roofed porch on the other end of the house is screened. To the rear of the house is a large modem screened porch and deck.

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