Reston residents and fans can celebrate Reston’s 50th anniversary this weekend by walking through local homes.
The 13th annual Reston Home Tour will be held Saturday, with the theme “[email protected]: Celebrating the Decades.”
The tour will start with a 1960s Hickory Cluster townhouse that’s a “perfect example of the land-use innovation, design excellence and physical harmony of place” that Reston founder Robert E. Simon sought to create, according to tour organizer the Reston Historic Trust and Museum.
A 1990s home overlooking Lake Newport, a 1970s home with a loft and a creatively renovated New England-style home will also be included on the tour set to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Tickets are available for $30 each, or $20 each if 10 or more are purchased. They can be purchased online or at Reston Museum and Lake Anne Florist on Lake Anne Plaza, The Wine Cabinet at North Point and Appalachian Spring and GRACE at Reston Town Center.
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