Ca. 1940 House

699 Cherry Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

"Built between 1935 and 1948, this two-story eclectic Tudor Revival single-family dwelling on a corner of Cherry and Fifteenth is of stretcher-bond brick with complex gable roof covered in slate-look asbestos shingles. Other features include an exterior end brick chimney, multi-pane steel casement windows, a principal entry incorporating a single-leaf paneled wood door set into a cast-stone arched opening, and a side porch with square brick posts and a turned-baluster wood screen. Facing Fifteenth Street is a coordinated semi-detached garage, now used for household storage, attached by a covered breezeway to the rear of the house. Defining the garden on one side of the house is a serpentine brick wall. One of a number of homes in the Forest Hills Addition designed by the Staunton architectural firm of T.J. Collins & Son (Calder Loth; Shaw, Ranzini and Wood, ""Waynesboro Tree Streets Historic District"").

Garage Ca. 1980, One-story, frame garage with three bays; faces Fifteenth Street. Revival single-family dwelling is has 8/8 double-hung sash."

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