Welcome to Heather Knoll!

Heather Knoll is a cluster association organized under the laws of Virginia. Built in the early 1990's, it is self-managed, and has some of the lowest association fees of any cluster association in Reston.

Next Board Meeting

All neighbors are encouraged to attend!

April 7, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

Due to the on-going situation related to COVID-19, and in keeping with Virginia's current non-profit meeting protocols, the meeting will be held virtually. The link has been provided via email, though you can also contact HKboardreston@gmail.com for the link.

Walk-Around Check List

You can download the checklist used by the BOD here (PDF)

Painting Procedures

Below are three documents regarding painting procedures for Heather Knoll

  1. Past bidders
  2. Template for an RFP to solicit bids from contractors
  3. Procedure to request Paint Reserve Funds

Here is a spreadsheet of colors for the cluster that you can view and download

History and structure

Heather Knoll Cluster comprises thirteen buildings, each containing four townhouses for a total of fifty-two townhouses, which are located on a cul de sac in the North Point area of Reston, VA. A copy of the original marketing brochure is shown here. Construction was started in 1992 and finished in 1996. There are three different unit designs, Avondale (A), Brookhaven (B), and Camden (C,) and each building contains one A, one B, and two C units, with the C units on each end of the building (plans are in Adobe .pdf format and open in new browser windows). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, you can download a free copy here (opens in a new browser window).


The association By Laws provide for a roofing reserve intended to provide the funding needed to repair, maintain and/or replace roofs on buildings, reserves for paving, curbs and sidewalks, and is one of the few associations that also maintains an individual painting reserve for each homeowner to repaint the buildings approximately every six years. Because each homeowner in a building has a reserve built up when the building needs painting, all units in a building are repainted at the same time, thus keeping the appearance of all units consistent.


Each homeowner belongs to the Reston Association, and must sign covenants to follow the design guidelines that have been established for Heather Knoll. Such details as the color of different buildings, the color of their doors, and even the outside light fixtures are all defined in the covenants, and any deviations from the covenants require the approval of the RA Review Board and abutting homeowners.

Fees and services

Association fees and contributions to the painting reserves are billed quarterly, and the association provides many services such as trash collection and maintenance of the grounds that are funded by revenue from the fees. Details are listed on the Services page.

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