One of the reasons for Reston’s popularity, however, is the deliberate planning of a variety of housing options at different price points. While there are certainly million dollar homes in the community, there are also more affordable options for renters and buyers.

For example, the condo at 11224 Chestnut Grove Square #227 is priced at $249,900. Annual property taxes are $2,669. The monthly condo fee of $599 includes one assigned parking spot, all utilities, guest parking, and amenities including a pool, basketball court, tennis court, playground, and children’s playground. picnic with grills. The annual homeowners association fee of $740 includes access to all of Reston’s amenities such as multiple pools, ball diamonds, tennis courts, pickleball courts, walking trails, and two community centers.

The condo is six blocks from the Wiehle Avenue Silver Line subway station and two miles from downtown Reston’s shopping, dining, movie theater and skating rink. Several other shopping areas are nearby including one with a Whole Foods which is 1.3 miles from the condo.

The 1,070 square foot condo features two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The condo has new flooring, including tiled floors in the kitchen and wood-like flooring in the living room and bedrooms, a balcony overlooking a wooded area, and wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances throughout. the kitchen. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet. The two bedrooms share a full bathroom.

The condo also has a bathroom and a washer-dryer adjoining the kitchen. Additional storage is available in the basement of the building. Pets are allowed.

Affected schools include Sunrise Valley Elementary, Langston Hughes Middle and South Lakes High. Primary school is rated above average by compared to other schools in the state. Colleges and high schools are rated below average.

For more information, contact real estate agent Morgan Knull with Re/Max Gateway at 202-431-9867.