When the DuPont Company established a manufacturing facility in Waynesboro in 1928, it built houses for its managers in a residential neighborhood that developed to the west of Wayne Avenue and is known as the Tree Streets Historic District. This example illustrates one of the four types of Colonial Revival designs that DuPont used. The small brick house features a steep gable-end roof and a distinctive end chimney. Inside are colonial-styled woodwork, arches, and alcoves. Although intended for a DuPont employee, Ford dealer Freed was the first occupant.
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Paul Freed House
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