Station House, a new infill development on Jefferson Street in Downtown Herndon, is finally nearing completion.
The applicant, Doll Homes, is proposing to construct the final two single-family homes on the property. The first home, which is roughly 4,500 square feet, will be located on 647 Jefferson Street, and the second home, which is 5,1010 square feet, is located at 649 Jefferson Street.
Homes in the new development start in the mid-$800,000s.
The Town of Herndon’s Historic District Review Board will consider the application at a meeting tonight. The town’s staff formally withheld a recommendation on the final approval of the property due to pending information needed from the applicant, including whether the homes are intended to follow a bungalow-type house.
“Staff is withholding its recommendation at this time given the additional information that is necessary,” according to a Jan. 6 memo.
In an Oct. 1 letter to the town, the developer wrote that the design of the development is intended to match with the area.
“Overall, we are confident that the design and superior products used to construct this home will accomplish our efforts to provide a new home that not only complements the surrounding structures but helps to preserve the predominant architectural character of the Downtown Heritage Preservation District,” the company wrote.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Photo via Doll Homes