Pleine House. 1917

709 Pine Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story Colonial Revival house of stretcher brick-veneer frame construction with an asphalt-shingle hip roof with brick-sided hipped dormers. The one-story front porch has rectangular-section brick pillars on a brick railing with concrete coping and floor. The recessed front entry has fluted pilasters, sidelights, and an elliptical fanlight. Other features include two exterior brick chimneys, an enclosed one-story back porch with original pantry[ and 6/6 windows. The Pine and Fifteenth frontages are bordered by a concrete retaining wall with a low iron fence fabricated by the Cincinnati Iron Fence Co. A brick wall extends along an alley. The house was built by contractor M. Ree Ellis for the Pleine family and passed to their daughter Flossie Pleine. Leo and Nell Mehler acquired it in 1957. (Helen Ogden)

Garage. Ca. 1920.
One-story, frame, weatherboard siding, a metal-sheathed gable roof, a poured-concrete foundation, one vehicle bay, and a beaded matchboard sliding door.

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