Reston Real Estate: Get to Know Orchard Green Cluster

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

When developers were envisioning the “last remaining parcel of land in the prestigious Reston community of Lake Anne,” they knew plans had better be great.

Designed in the last 1980s by Berkus Group Architects, a company well known for producing environmentally sensitive designs, and developed by Miller & Smith, Orchard Green Cluster is, indeed, a great design.

 Backing into the trails that lead to Lake Anne and situated across the street from the Hook Road recreational area, Orchard Green Cluster is in prime spot for active Restonians.

Built in 1983, these 50 townhomes come in four floor plans. They range in size from 1900 square feet to 2700 square feet.

Some of the homes have garages, while other have carports and some have fireplaces, which are great on cold winter nights. All are well designed with ample space to grow and change as needed.

Orchard Green is in walking distance to Lake Anne Plaza and Reston Town Center. It is also accessible to all the major roadways that take you wherever you want to go.

Children attend Lake Anne Elementary, Langston Hughes Middle School, South Lakes High School.

Visit Reston Real Estate to see a great Orchard Green home that’s on the market today.

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