Herndon/Reston Real Estate

Herndon & Reston are located in Northern Fairfax County along the Loudoun County Line.

Herndon, Virginia

Herndon is nestled between Reston, Sterling, Chantilly. The Town Of Herndon loosely encircles Herndon Parkway and is known for its beautiful, walkable historic district with the train station and Jimmy’s Old Town Tavern. In the Summer Residents enjoy free Live Concerts on the Town Green at Friday Night Live. These Concerts are catered by local restaurants and are a great time for all ages. Herndon offers a wide variety of home styles from modest ranch houses to Luxury Homes, with detached home sale prices that range from $400K to over $1Million depending on size, features and location. Townhomes and Condominiums are also available in prices and styles that range from modest to quite lavish. Herndon has two Metro Stops Scheduled on The Silver Line of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail – expected to complete construction in 2020.

 

Reston, Virginia

Reston was Virginia’s first planned Residential Community founded by Robert E. Simon Jr – a Real Estate developer in the 1960’s. Simon had a vision of a “hometown” that offered more than the standard suburban neighborhoods being developed all over America. To build his dream, Simon sold his interest in Carnegie Hall and bought approximately 7000 acres. You can read more about Robert E. Simon in the New York Times Article posted after his death in 2015. Mr. Simon was a fixture of Reston throughout his long life and could often be found on his bench at Lake Anne Shopping Plaza.

Today Reston is known for it’s abundant Shopping Centers, Dining Options, Businesses and it’s commitment to Green Recreation Areas. In 2012 CNN Money Magazine ranked Reston the 7th Best Place to Live in America. You can also find a wide variety of housing options in Reston. Everything from posh condominiums with talking elevators in Reston Town Center to detached ranch homes in the woods near a horse trail. Prices begin around $150K and range up to $1.75M depending on features, location, and living area.