This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Condo living in Reston is perfect for young professionals starting out, empty nesters who are downsizing, or really anyone who wants to live in a lovely, low-maintenance community.
Edgewater Cluster in North Reston is a great example. Located at the intersection of Baron Cameron and Town Center Parkway, these condos offer easy access to major roads, shopping (right across the street from Trader Joe’s), and entertainment.
While they are in walking distance to Reston Town Center, they’re a little bit removed from the hustle and bustle — perfect for people who want a quieter environment.
Built between 1992 and 1995, this low-rise condominium complex features primarily two-bedroom units with 1 1/2 or 2 baths. Units range in size from 801 to 1224 square feet.
In addition to the two-bedroom condos, you can find studios and one-bedroom units as well. Every unit has a balcony, and the upper units have a lovely loft.
Many of the condos face a large pond, which is a perfect place to walk your dog or just hang out on a lovely evening.
What’s especially nice about Edgewater is that the complex is divided into small clusters, which lends to a tighter community feel. The complex also has it’s own pool, tennis facilities, and clubhouse, which provide ample places for residents to hang out and have some fun.
Edgewater is walking distance to Reston Town Center, Reston Regional Library and the Reston Hospital Center. It is located between the Fairfax County Parkway and Reston Parkway, so residents have easy access to any place they need to go — the Dulles Toll Road and Route 7 are within a few miles.
If you want access to all the Reston Town Center and Reston have to offer at an affordable price, Edgewater Cluster is a great value.
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