Report: Reston is Priciest Virginia Home Market

11510 turnbridgeBuying a home in Reston can be pricey. Did you know it is the priciest in the commonwealth?

That is the finding from real estate firm Coldwell Banker, which recently looked at the most expensive communities nationwide.

Virginia’s winner was Reston/Vienna, with an average listing price of  $641,783.

Also in the top five: Alexandria, Fairfax, Ashburn and Burke. Neighbor Herndon came in No. 8 with an average price of $490,560.

Meanwhile, the average four-bedroom Virginia home costs $317,336, according to Coldwell Banker.

So what does $640,000 get you in Reston? Here’s some listings that come close:

There is this four-bedroom single family home on Lake Newport Road for $639,900. Here’s a cool Contemporary on Turnbridge Lane (pictured) for $699,900. A three-bedroom townhouse with garage on Waterhaven Drive will cost you $649,500. You could also snap up an original Lake Anne waterfront townhouse on Chimney House Road for $659,000 or a two-bedroom condo at the Paramount for $629,000.

Overall, there are 32 active listings in the $600,000 price range in Reston.

Meanwhile, take pride in knowing we’re No. 1.

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