Stratford House is Reston Town Center Initial Hi Rise Condominium and a Unique Value

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Stratford House – The Stratford House was the first high rise condominium building in the Reston Town Center. Located across Reston Parkway and directly entering the Reston Town Center via Market Street, the Stratford House has an established identity and population, and a very stable HOA.

Extending to 14 floors, the rear of the building faces an open expanse with views toward Tysons Corner and points East and North. The front of the building faces the Reston Town Center. The number of homes in the Stratford House which qualify as true “penthouse living” are limited, although some will be advertised as such. The “Exeter model”, a 3 bed room home which faces directly in the front and with views straight down Market Street, is the one type of model which stacks up well compared to the penthouses in The Paramount and MidTown Reston.

The Stratford House has an incredibly well-funded condominium reserve and very stable population. It hovers somewhere “under the radar” when people discuss housing in the Reston Town Center. This apparent lack of promotion and publicity seems to be putting a lid on Stratford House pricing, and is creating a good buying opportunity for those seeking this style of elegant, upscale living.

I have developed an extensive price history for the Stratford House, and the other communities in the Reston Town Center, and can discuss in great detail the merits and pricing for this building. Please Contact Me for more detailed information, an informed discussion, or both.

Ray Wedell, Realtor
Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA
RE/MAX Gateway


About RayWedellRealEstate

Real estate professional with Coldwell Banker. Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA
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