Homes for Sale in Reston, Virginia (20194)

Reston, Virginia is a planned community, located in Northern Virginia, Fairfax County, in the suburbs of Washington D.C.

The area is known for its excellent school system, the proximity to Washington D.C., Tysons Corner, Dulles Technology Corridor, Dulles International Airport and the Reston Town Center

If you are considering a move to the area, Reston, Virginia, is well worth your consideration.  Unlike many typical suburban areas, the Reston Association takes great pride in the green spaces in Reston. The community feels more like a big park than a residential area. Mature trees, open spaces, parks and recreation areas are found woven throughout.

The wide variety of home types and price points makes Reston an excellent choice for many home purchasers.

There are three main sections of Reston, loosely defined by zip code: North Reston, South Reston and Lake Anne/Reston Town Center.

North Reston, as defined by the 20194 Zip Code, is generally accepted to by the homes North of Baron Cameron Avenue. It is also called North Point by the people who live there.

Featured below are searches for the three most popular types of housing in the North Reston area, 20194 zip code.

Please contact me to let me know how I can help you find your new Reston home.

Single Family Homes in the Reston 20194 Zip Code

Townhouses in the Reston 20194 Zip Code

Condominiums in the 20194 Zip Code

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