This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate. It does not reflect the opinion of Reston Now.
South Reston is simply gorgeous. Two lakes, a nature preserve, and miles of walking paths make the area an outdoor lover’s paradise.
Located near the intersection of Twin Branches and Glade in South Reston, Lake Audubon Terrace is a great neighborhood since approximately half of the townhomes are direct lakefront property.
The Cluster was built between 1983 and 1988, and is located on Thrush Ridge Road and Glade Court.
All of these townhomes have three or four bedrooms. They are three-level homes and feature brick and siding. Some of the units have one-car garages. No garage with your unit? No worries. They all have assigned parking spaces with plenty of visitor parking available.
But it’s really all about the lake. Residents have Lake Thoreau access, complete with a private dock. You can launch your canoe or kayak, or just sit on the dock and enjoy the view.
Have a dog? The neighborhood pups love walking on the Turquoise Trail, which passes by the neighborhood. They also like the award-winning Walker Nature Education Center, which is just down the street. Here you’re just minutes away from nature and all that the Reston Association trails have to offer.
Students attend Reston’s Sunrise Valley Elementary School, Langston Hughes Middle and South Lakes High School.
South Lakes Village Center, featuring a grocery store and many restaurants, is an easy walk from Audubon Terrace.
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