Reston Real Estate: Get to Know Waterview Cluster

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

Whenever you see an article about Reston, the planned community or Reston appears in a history book, you will likely also see a picture of Waterview Cluster.  It is perhaps the most iconic Reston neighborhood.

Lake Anne housesBuilt in 1965, many of the 75 two- and three-story townhouses on Lake Anne have beautiful water views with the remaining situated on lushly landscaped wooded lots.

Award-winning architect Chloethiel Woodard Smith designed Waterview Cluster to feel like a French fishing village, and the exterior bricks painted in soft pastels and the charming balconies really do make it feel European.

The townhouses in this beautiful community have a charming mid-century-modern- meets-cottage vibe. They are light and airy, with very inviting interior spaces.

They range in size from 1,500 to 2,800 square feet. Residents affectionately call the homes “tall skinnies” or “short fats.”

The mix of size and styles make for a unique and charming neighborhood. Waterview Cluster residents are unwavering in their affection for their neighborhood — they share a collective recognition that they live some place unique.

Like most of Reston, Waterview Cluster is very walkable, with paved walkways leading to Lake Anne Village Center and Reston Town Center.

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