G. L. Carlisle House. 1928-29

823 14th St, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Two-story Colonial Revival house of stretcher brick-veneer frame Construction with an asbestos-shingle front-gable roof. The elevations facing Pine and Fourteenth halve round-arched openings with keystones on the first story. The two corner openings form a corner porch. The other openings have original stucco infill and 6/6 windows. Other features include an interior brick chimney with terra-cotta chimney pots, and a soldier-course band at the second-story floor level. The house is overgrown with ivy and Virginia creeper. A less well preserved example of this house type stands across the street at 610 Pine.

Garage. 1928-29. One-story frame with novelty weatherboard siding, an asbestos-shingle gable roof, a wood and glass panel door, and 6/6 windows.

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