Get to Know Lake Audubon Terrace

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

Lovely Lake Audubon is one of Reston’s gems. The South Reston homes built around Lake Audubon are worth a look if you love lakeside living. Lake Audubon Terrace is a good neighborhood to start — about half of the townhomes are direct lakefront property.

These three-level townhomes have three- and four-bedroom models that feature brick and siding. Some of the units have one-car garages, and all have two assigned parking spaces (with plenty of visitor parking available).

The cluster, located on Thrush Ridge Road and Glade Court, was built between 1983 and 1988.

Residents have lake access, complete with a private dock.  It is in close proximity to one of Reston’s premier hiking trails, the Turquoise Trail. The Walker Nature Education Center is just down the street. You are just minutes away from nature and all that the Reston Association trails have to offer.

Cluster residents attend Reston’s Sunrise Valley Elementary, Langston Hughes Middle and South Lakes High schools. South Lakes Village Center, with its Safeway store and restaurants,  is an easy walk.

See what properties are available in this South Reston neighborhood by visiting All Reston Real Estate.

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