131 ELDEN ST 3A1, HERNDON, VA 20170

$699,000
Listed 09/26/2017
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Description

JUST REDUCED!!....A professional office suite that is "PLUG AND PLAY" consisting of 3,139 SF. All Furniture and fixtures included. Upgraded built-ins, granite counter tops, desks, chairs, and filing cabinetry. You need to visit to appreciate the quality. Convenient to Reston, Herndon, Dulles Toll Road and Fairfax Co. Parkway. Tenants include professionals and doctors.

Property Details

Status

Active

Type

Commercial

Leasable Square Feet

3,139

For Sale / For Rent

For Sale

Current Price

$699,000

Price / Square Foot

$223.00

Gross Square Feet

3,139

MLS#

FX10066364

Directions

From Fairfax County Parkway N.....Take Elden Street Exit and turn Left onto Elden Street. Go to stoplight at Carlisle Drive and Take Left. Take next immediate left and go to end of Street and park. 131 Elden Street is on the Right.


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Herndon

Herndon is an incorporated town in Fairfax located just to the west of Reston and north of the Dulles Airport Toll Road.  Named for American Naval explorer William Herndon in 1858, the village attracted Northern veterans and their families after the Civil War.  The Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Railroad had a major stop in Herndon on the way to the rich farmland of Loudoun County.  The rail line is no longer there, but the right-of-way has been converted into a hike and bike trail that runs for 45 miles from Arlington to Purcellville.  The old rail station in Herndon is now a museum and tourist attraction.

Quality of Life:

Ranked #34 Best Place to Live by CNN Money Magazine. Four Fairfax County Parks (Bready, Alabama Drive, Stanton and Folly Lick), a great public golf course and the Herndon Rec Center offer residents a wide variety of options for recreation.  From what was once farmland has sprung a community with great restaurants, shopping and commercial space, so folks in Herndon don’t have far to go for entertainment either.  While you won’t see any high-rises in Herndon, there are plenty of condos, townhomes and detached homes in every price range.

Getting Around:

Planes, trains and automobiles.  A stone’s throw away from Dulles International Airport, Herndon also has direct access to Tyson’s Corner and Washington, DC heading east on the Dulles Toll Road and to Leesburg to the west on the Dulles Greenway.  And the trains are coming in the form of Metrorail, opening in mid-decade.  That will link Dulles Airport and multiple stops along the Dulles Access Road to the entire 100+ mile Metro system.

Airports:

Ronald Reagan National Airport:  < 26 miles
Washington-Dulles International Airport:  < 6 miles
Baltimore-Washington International Airport:  < 55 miles