Blog :: 12-2016

Welcome the New Year 2017

Glass of Wine - Celebrating New Years in RestonHere we are at the end of another year, which the holidays for the most part behind us. I must admit, I am really looking forward to New Year’s Eve. I think the coming year is going to be amazing. I’ll be ringing it in at my family’s coffee shop/wine bar that opened in November (the Lake Anne Coffee House and War Bar). I hope you join us, or perhaps visit one our Lake Anne neighbors.

Lake Anne Coffee House:

Ring in the new year with Lake Anne Coffee House and Wine Bar! We are offering a rare vintage wine flight dating back to 1997 for $35. Chef Meagan will be offering a small plate of delicious bites paired with the flight (priced separately). We have a very limited amount of flights, so please reserve yours by pre paying at the Coffee House or calling 703-481-9766. Regular wine and food menu available, and a Champagne toast on the house for all who are with us at midnight!

We’ll also be open on New Year’s Day, so come sit by the fire with a fresh cup of coffee.

Kalypso’s Sports Tavern

Join Vicky and the gang for a great party! NO COVER! DJ Kram will be spinning the tunes, and they’ll have free party favors. Make it a whole evening with an optional 4-course meal. Make your reservations today: http://www.kalypsossportstavern.com/reservations

Lake Anne Brew House

They’re having a private event in the evening BUT will be open until 6:00 p.m. So I think you should wander down there in the afternoon for one of their amazing craft beers, go home and take a nap, and then come back down to party with us.

Summitt Chase Cluster, North Reston

Summitt Chase ClusterThe North Point area of Reston is a wonderful community. Most of it was built in the 1980s, and there is a range of homes styles. The Summitt Chase townhouses are a lovely community of 127 two-story Ranch townhomes built in 1988. The homes range in size from 1,300 to 1,700 square feet of living space. The cluster features several designs, some with a dormer, a side entrance, or a split level. Some homes have a porch, others have columns, a balustrade, a portico, or a door with a lintel. All have multi-paned hung windows with shutters.

Like many of the neighborhoods in North Point, Summitt Chase is located on an elevated, wide open setting with beautiful landscaping in the common areas. The homes are placed in groups of four, five, or six, with plenty of surrounding space and set back from the road for more privacy. Each townhouse has a walkway and front yard.

One of the nicest features of living in Reston is access to the 55-mile network of multi-use trails. The North Point Loop is the closest to Summitt Chase Cluster, and you will see neighborhood residents walking their dogs there daily. You can also use the trail to walk the half mile to North Point Village Center (with a Giant, Starbucks, restaurants and other retail shops).

Reston Town Center is just a quick drive down Reston Parkway, as is the Dulles Toll Road. Really, you can’t the location!

Learn more on the community’s website: www.summittchasecluster.org.

(Image courtesy of the Summitt Chase Cluster website.)