Everyday access has a new address at Union Towns Reston Station. Here, you’ll discover 26 new luxury townhomes just steps from the action with Metro, shopping, dining and more all within walking distance.
Not only will you enjoy a premier location at Union Towns, but you’ll also be able to personalize a new home that offers 2,779 square feet of interior living space plus 349 square feet of private outdoor living space. Starting from the $900s, each garage townhome design is outfitted with signature features — including a private rooftop terrace, your “Yard in the Sky.”
Each day you’ll appreciate the bright flowing design and refined finishes in your new home. On the main level alone you’ll find an open floor plan featuring a fully equipped chef’s kitchen and soaring 10-foot ceilings. This is the craftsmanship and attention to detail you can count on from the Knutson Companies, a well-respected local builder.
Right outside your door are even more reasons to love your new Union Towns community. On-site amenities include a dog park, green space, and members-only access to a nearby rooftop pool and fitness center. Plus, take advantage of close proximity to the W&OD Trail for walking, running or biking. There’s never a shortage of exciting ways to fill your day.
And when you’re ready to explore the surrounding area, it couldn’t be easier. Just catch the Metro a few blocks away to access the best of top destinations in Arlington, Tysons Corner and Washington, D.C. For lengthier trips, traveling is convenient via Dulles International or Reagan National airports.
It’s a rare opportunity in a vibrant community, and the new Hayden model has just debuted in Reston Station. Union Towns is open daily for tours and appointments, with both virtual and in-person options available. Visit UnionTowns.com or contact 703-348-1384 for more information.
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