Listing of the Day: 2209 Quartermaster Lane

Address: 2209 Quartermaster Lane
Listed: $799,000
Open: Saturday, May 1, 12-2 p.m. and Sunday, May 2, 1-4 p.m.

Welcome home to your lakeside oasis, tucked away at the end of a quiet street in one of South Reston’s most desirable neighborhoods.

This home will charm you from the moment you step onto the front porch. Inside you’ll find a large, open kitchen with stunning views from the wall-to-wall picture windows and abundant natural light throughout. The home also features new carpet and paint, upgraded bathrooms, new light fixtures, and a newer HVAC system.

Step onto the three-tiered deck and feel instantly relaxed as you take in the tranquil surroundings with views of Lake Audubon and beyond. Take a walk down to the waterfront dock where you can fish or canoe, and enjoy a stroll or bike ride along the miles of Reston paths. Explore nearby Walker Nature Center, or grab a bite to eat at South Lakes Village Center. It’s also in walking distance to schools and pools and is in close proximity to Reston Town Center and the Silver Line Metro.

With over 50 miles of paths, 15 community pools, four community lakes, and more, it’s no wonder Reston has been voted the Best Place to Live in Virginia. The dream home potential is endless here!

Listed by:
Palmer Harned
Pearson Smith Realty
[email protected]

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