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Reston Real Estate: Easy Access to All Things from West Market

by Eve Thompson October 17, 2017 at 11:30 am 5 Comments

This is a sponsored post from Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate. For a more complete picture of home sales in your neighborhood, contact her on Reston Real Estate.

There is something to be said for being able to walk everywhere. That’s part of why people love living in West Market, a community across the street from Reston Town Center. In fact, West Market residents can walk to the grocery store, restaurants, the movie theater, the W&OD trail, and anything else they could need. (Even Target is walking distance.)

One of my favorite West Market amenities is the private pond that has a walking trail around it. (It’s about 1/2 mile total around the pond.) You can do the loop several times, take the trail to the W&OD trail, or sit on one of the benches and read a book on a gorgeous day. It’s peaceful and lovely.

West Market was built in the late 1990s. Five builders came together to create this architecturally diverse community. Most people first notice the rounded exteriors that are unlike anything else in Reston. Spacious common areas include a clubhouse, which includes a main hall and kitchen for meetings and gatherings, a fitness center and sauna, and an outdoor pool.

The dwelling units comprise two condo communities:

  • The Lincoln Park community has 104 luxury, 2-story townhome style condos.
  • Madison Park has 122 condominium units (24 of which are townhouses) within seven buildings.

West Market is a great choice for anyone wanting to live in the Reston Town Center area without actually being in Town Center.

  • Reston1

    West Market is a great choice for anyone who wants to live in Reston without having to deal with the Reston Association, the fees, and the policies!

    • Why do you bother?

      And free parking.

      No thanks.

      • Reston1

        Appears you’re not familiar with what BXP owns in Town Center Proper.

        • Why do you bother?

          No, I missed that this isn’t in RTC.

          Nothing to see here. Carry on.

    • Greg

      Can RTC patrons park on your streets free of charge?

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