Spillman House. Ca. 1940

704 Locust Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story, brick-faced frame single-family dwelling with a semi-detached one-story hipped-roof garage facing onto Fifteenth Street. Features include a first-story single-leaf paneled wood door with sidelights, set beneath a second-story stucco wall and sheltered by a semicircular two-story entry portico with Tower of the Winds columns; windows with 8/8 double-hung wood sash, jack arches, and keystones; and an asbestos-shingle hipped roof. The large, heavily wooded lot is faced with a brick retaining wall the length of the property along Locust Avenue. Spillman was a newspaper editor (Frances Cook).

Garden shed/pavilion. Ca. 1960. One-story, tile block and brick gable storage building with an attached metal open pavilion; associated with the building is a small stone grill nearby.

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