Reston Real Estate: Get to Know SummerRidge Condos

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

North Reston’s SummerRidge Condominiums are not only beautiful inside, the Contemporary exterior design has charming cross gabled roofs — the front facing gables are above a column of recessed balconies.

SUMMER RIDGEThe meticulously landscaped common areas are a lovely and peaceful view from those balconies. Even with parking in front of the buildings, this just doesn’t feel like a condo community.

SummerRidge is located off Lake Newport Road just west of Reston Parkway. It’s just a few blocks from North Point Village Center, so you can walk to the grocery store and restaurants.

Reston Town Center is less than two miles away, and is easily walkable if you feel inclined. Also within walking distance of SummerRidge is the Lake Newport Recreation Area with Reston’s only Olympic size pool, or Autumnwood pool. Both are great after a summer walk along the Reston Association paths!

The neighborhood consists of about 170 units built between 1987 and 1988. The neighborhood is laid out with 17 two- and three-story buildings looping around Summerchase Circle and Summerchase Court.

The condo development features three different models, all of which are modern and feel spacious, despite their modest footprints. Want an open floor plan? They’ve got it, along with large picture windows or glass sliding doors opening up to a back patio or balcony. The fabulous design makes you feel like you’re in a much larger space than you are.

Here are the different floorplans:

  • June Model — 665 square feet with one bedroom and one bath
  • July Model — 952 square feet with two bedrooms and one and a half baths
  • August Model — 1,042 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths.

These condos are great for singles looking for a beautiful, but smaller space away from Reston Town Center, but still accessible to everything.

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