Reno of the Month: Free Reston Home Tour tickets could be yours — be our guest Oct. 16

By Mina Fies, Founder & CEO, Synergy Design & Construction

It’s almost here! The transformation of our mid-century Lake Anne home is in the final stages, and we’re getting ready to showcase its complete transformation as part of The Reston Home Tour on Oct. 16!

With deep gratitude, we’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU to the Reston community (and beyond!) for all of the support and encouragement you’ve sent our way in recent months.

Now it’s our turn to give something back in return. This is your chance to win TWO RESTON HOME TOUR TICKETS on us!

Missed our previous posts about the top to bottom transformation of our home? Read more about our journey here.

All you have to do is click on the image below to go to Synergy’s Facebook page and like/comment on our Reston Home Tour giveaway post to enter the draw for your chance to WIN!

The closing date is Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. Make our home the first stop on the tour and pick your tickets up there. Details will be sent to the winner on Friday, Oct. 15.

Didn’t win but still want to go on the tour? No problem! Reston Home Tour Tickets are on sale through the Reston Historic Trust & Museum (RHT) now. The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. RHT is a non-profit organization, and all proceeds from the tour go toward their mission of preserving the past, informing the present and influencing the future of Reston.

Learn more about the other homes featured on this year’s tour and buy tickets here.

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