Colts Neck Cluster is a community of townhomes designed by architect William Bonner and built in 1972-1973. The neighborhood spans both Escalante and Greywing courts in Reston, Virginia (see map below). Our common grounds include a playground, gardens, and woodland, and are carefully maintained by our community association, the Colts Neck Cluster Association, of which each household is a member.
We strive to maintain an open, friendly atmosphere for our residents and guests. As with all communities, this means there are certain rules and regulations we abide by to meet this goal.
We are within two miles of the new Silver Line metro station at Wiehle Avenue, now open, and a mile from the new station planned at Reston Parkway. We are within walking distance of the Reston Town Center, Reston Community Center, and Reston Association offices, as well as several schools, public pools, tennis and basketball courts, athletic fields, a golf course, community gardens, grocery stores and restaurants, and much more.
To learn more about Reston, visit the Reston Association’s website at www.reston.org.