Harper and Louise Hanger House. Ca 1940

710 Pine Ave, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Story-and-a-half Craftsman bungalow of stretcher brick-veneer frame construction with an asphalt-shingled gable roof with a gabled dormer. The engaged front porch has elliptically arched spans above rectangular-section brick pillars, and there is a decorative brick-lattice railing. Other features include an exterior end brick chimney with convex quarter-round shoulders, a poured-concrete foundation, a bracketed side stoop, and soldier-course lintels over 3/1 windows. Harper Harmon was Waynesboro's city engineer. His wife Louise was the daughter of J. W. Bowman, whose house stands next door at 704 Pine. Nearly identical to this house is that of Louise B. Harmon's sister Elizabeth Bowman Hanger at 814 Fifteenth, which also stands next to the J. W. Bowman House. (J. Sidney Langrall)

Shed. Late 20th c.
One-story, frame, metal siding, poured-concrete foundation.

Garage. Late 20th c.
One-story, stretcher brick-veneer frame construction, asphalt-shingled gable roof, two vehicle bays, and wood and glass panel doors.

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