29 North Central Avenue (Virginia Building)

29 North Central Avenue (Virginia Building)

STYLE: Art Deco Popular from 1925 to 1940, this ventricular looking building on the corner of New and Frederick Street is Staunton’s rare example of Art Deco, built in ( ).  Even though the Art Deco craze was popular in art, fashion, furniture, and even automobiles,...
18 Church Street

18 Church Street

STYLE: East Lake This 19th century movement was started by Charles Eastlake (1836-1906).  Basically, “simpler” details of late Victorian (1839-1901) architecture.  East Lake has decorative styles of geometric ornamentation, spindles and low relief carvings. The style...
325 North New Street

325 North New Street

STYLE: Bungalow Known as the Arts and Crafts movement (1900-1935) the bungalow is usually 1 1-1/2 stories tall with low pitched roof lines on a gable or hipped roof with deeply hanging eaves, heavy brackets and a  front porch.  The bungalow also had an open floor plan...