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Save on Reston Home Tour Tickets — early bird pricing ending soon!

Reston Home Tour

On November 5th tour 8 stunning properties during the Reston Museum’s 20th Reston Home Tour!

Homes on this year’s tour includes an award-winning modern masterpiece tucked back in a wooded oasis, a beautifully-landscaped personal “club house” offering amazing views of the golf course, a newly-renovated Reston Town Center townhouse with a water view, an art-filled home near Lake Audubon with a delightful garden pond and a renovated colonial near North Point with unique personal touches, a brand new EYA model townhouses with elevators near the Wiehle Avenue Metro, and the newly-constructed Lake Anne House for seniors.

A preview of the homes can be viewed on the Reston Museum’s website.

“This year’s tour celebrates the range of lifestyles that Reston offers and newly renovated properties,” commented Alexandra Campbell, Executive Director of the Reston Museum. “We can’t wait for the community to see the amazing homes on the Tour this year!”

The tour will be on Saturday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The tour is self-guided and homes may be visited in any order. Docents will be stationed throughout the homes to provide additional information. Map of homes is provided with the ticket.

Currently, tickets can be purchased online.

Early bird tickets are $30. Paper tickets will be sold at Reston Museum, The Wine Cabinet, Chesapeake Chocolates, and Tephra ICA. Booklets will be available on tour day. Tickets increase to $35 per ticket starting October 17.

Tickets are limited, so hurry! Get your tickets today.

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