Get to Know Reston

Reston is a “move up move down” community – there’s something here for everyone. Reston is the first planned community in the United States, but many people looking for homes for sale in Reston  don’t know that. What they know is that Reston is a wonderful place to live, work and play. We live here and couldn’t agree more!

Spend some time in Reston and you will feel the strong sense of this community. Walk the public paths through Reston’s 1,300 acres of open space. Have dinner at historic Lake Anne Village Center, Reston Town Center, or another of the many dining options. Watch a little league game at one of the dozens of local baseball fields.

Reston Real Estate Insights

New buyers often discover Reston because of its proximity to Washington, DC and the dozens of businesses along the Dulles Technology Corridor. They move to Reston because of the community.

Buyers not familiar with Reston are always pleasantly surprised by the diversity of neighborhoods — from starter condos and townhomes to single-family homes to affordable luxury in all forms and accommodating a variety of living arrangements.

Waterfront property by Reston’s four lakes

Luxury condos in the town center

Townhomes overlooking the golf courses

Single-family homes bordering parkland

Here you will find many styles of homes: contemporary, colonial, mid-century modern, transitional, patio homes and more!

Sprinkled throughout Reston are pools, tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields, and the village centers for shopping and dining.

Every neighborhood has its own personality. People who move to Reston tend to stay in Reston. In fact, many of our clients are long-time Restonians who would never dream of leaving Reston, moving to larger or smaller real estate as their living needs change. Maybe that’s why Reston is considered of the best places to retire.

Central Location Offers Many Options

Reston is central to everything the Washington, DC metro area offers. Reston’s proximity to the Dulles Technology CorridorTysons Corner, and Washington D.C., make it geographically appealing for commuters.

Excellent Schools for All Grade Levels

Reston is part of Fairfax County Public Schools, nationally ranked as one of the most successful school systems in the country. GreatSchools.org has additional information and ratings by school. In most neighborhoods, elementary school children can walk to school.