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Reston Real Estate: Get to Know Owl’s Cove

by Eve Thompson — May 12, 2015 at 3:00 pm 1 Comment

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This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.

Reston is known for it’s custom designed homes. From its inception in the 1960s, the most talented architects were drawn to the area and put their signature on many of the neighborhoods.

One of the things I love most about Owl’s Cove Lane in South Reston is how each one of these contemporary homes is unique. What they all have in common are designs that are as relevant today as the day they were built.

owls coveAmong the architects that made this neighborhood special are P.D Gravett and Peter Gulick, Cumberland Custom Builders, Roy Mason Associates, Rob Wellington Quigley, Oxman Stewart Associates and more. Each house is truly special.

The diversity of the homes adds to the charm. And you cannot beat the location. Residents have easy access to Lake Audubon, and it’s just three blocks from South Lake High School, Langston Hughes Middle School and Terraset Elementary.

You can enjoy the walking paths along the lake, and take easy strolls over to South Lakes Shopping center (and Starbucks, Cafesano, and soon, Red’s Table). The neighborhood is also convenient to the Reston Metro, Dulles Toll Road and every amenity Reston has to offer.

If you are looking for a unique, contemporary, single-family home, Owl’s Cove is worth a visit.

  • Coneygal

    Eve, Thanks for the great shout out about our street! We do have an eclectic mix of home designs and some really cool homes. For example, my neighbor’s home is built around an open atrium. I’ve never seen anything like it and It’s wonderful.
    The location is perfect. We can walk around Audubon or stroll past Lake Thoreau to South Lakes for a cuppa joe, Greek Salad or Safeway pit stop. It’s been great raising my family so close to the schools. My home is the hangout for my daughter’s high school friends after school. Also, we have a dock on Lake Audubon so a place to put the kayak. Last but not least, some super neighbors (maybe also unique!).
    Thanks again! Bobbie Slaski

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