Just steps to the Metro and surrounded by retail, dining spots, and the far-reaching W&OD trail, our newest neighborhood, The Townhomes at Reston Station, offers everything Reston residents want most. With the launch of our neighborhood website, we invite you to explore this community through a variety of virtual tools and assets including virtual walk throughs, exclusive videos, imagery, and more. Book your private appointment with the team to take a guided virtual tour, get all your questions answered, and get to know this exciting new community.
The Vision for The Townhomes at Reston Station
Virtual Tour, Floorplans, Videos, & Image Gallery
The Townhomes at Reston Station offer three model floorplans for the Anderson, the Baker, and the Conrad. On each of the model pages, you can now take a virtual walk through of the homes, exploring each of the four levels, view floorplans, and scroll through new images.
On the 'Gallery' page, see images from the homes and watch new videos that share the vision for the neighborhood, answer frequently asked questions, and provide an inside look at the community.
Explore the Neighborhood
Take a look at our 'About the Area' page for a closer look at where the neighborhood is located and what’s nearby. Enjoy a specialty coffee at Starbucks on your way to the farmer’s market. Meet friends for happy hour across the street at Founding Farmers or visit nearby Reston Town Center. Take the Silver Line to your favorite local destinations in just minutes. Living at Reston Station, you’ll always be close to your favorite places. While there are many options within walking distance, many more will be coming soon.
A virtual appointment will operate the same way as an in-person appointment, except for one thing – you’ll be participating from the convenience of your own home. The tour and appointment will be conducted through live video chat with a member of our team. Just as we would in person, we will carefully explain and go through all of the details, discuss contract information, talk over options, and more. With our virtual tour options, we can walk you through the homes virtually, room by room, and guide you along the way.
Just as always, our team is ready to answer any questions, provide information, and support you through your home buying journey.
When searching for a new home, many factors influence where and how you want to live—from location and price, to choosing the features that are important to you now, and in the future. One feature that can truly transform a home and elevate your lifestyle (pun intended!) is an in-home private elevator, offering added convenience, safety, and more years to enjoy your home. Watch the video below to hear EYA homeowners explain why an in-home elevator is important for them and learn more about the benefits this feature can offer.
Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or a first-time new construction buyer, you may have a lot of questions about why buying a new townhome may be right for you. We've created a brand new Guide to Buying a New Construction Townhome to help answer these questions, as well as provide tips, helpful resources and more.
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Dear Friends of EYA, 2021 turned out to be an incredible year. As it began, we were all concerned about what the future would bring. It seemed we had survived the worst of the pandemic, adapted to working remotely, and retooled much of our operations, especially sales, to a virtual world. We were optimistic about the future vaccines and the end of the pandemic. As 2021 progressed, the incredible development of the vaccines and the warm summer months brought a renewed sense of hope for a return to normal. In reality, it turned into a new normal. This new normal included variants that brought back Covid fears and renewed business uncertainty exacerbated by supply chain woes and challenged delivery schedules.