Reston Real Estate: Get To Know Links Pond

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This is a sponsored column by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate. She writes twice weekly on Reston Now.

Links Pond Cluster in South Reston feels like a little touch of country in the heart of Reston.

The 67-home neighborhood borders Reston National Golf Course, and features the pond for which the cluster is named. It’s a common sight in the summer to see people spending lazy days fishing in the pond. This cozy neighborhood feels remote, but is actually in the heart of all Reston has to offer.

Developed in 1974, the Links Pond community features three-level, four-bedroom brick-and-siding townhouses. Each home has one assigned parking space, with plenty of additional parking on South Lakes Drive.

This is a great community for young families. The schools — Terraset Elementary, Langston Hughes, and South Lakes High School – are all close. With easy access to the Reston Association paths, it’s easy to get out for a run or walk. Links Pond is close to both South Lakes Village Center and Hunters Woods Village Center, home to the Reston Community Center.

Residents also have easy access to the Toll Road and the Wiehle Metro station. As with every cluster that is part of Reston Association, Links Pond residents have access to the RA pools and tennis courts—nearby Glade pool with its waterslide is a favorite for kids!

Find listings for Links Pond and South Reston on my website.

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