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Matthew Moving Company’s Reston movers know that while moving is typically considered to be stressful, moving internationally can be downright intimidating. Our movers have experience handling international moves and will be there to help you navigate the journey from beginning to end.

Our Reston movers will not just get your possessions from country to country, we will bring them right to where you are setting up your new home so you will not need to call in other movers. Our packers and movers also know exactly how to pack materials for long-distance journeys using the right packing materials as well as the right techniques. Your possessions will be in good hands and you will not need to worry about damage occurring during shipment. In addition to this, we will provide you with an inventory list of your possessions at pickup and delivery so you can be assured that nothing will go missing between your old home and your new one.

Reston Moving Companies

When searching for Reston moving companies make sure they will be able to handle customs clearance procedures in other countries. Matthew Moving Company will guide you through the paperwork, making sure that there are not any surprises for you as your move progresses. We also offer insurance policies and many storage options.

Matthew Moving Company located near Alexandria, Va, prides itself on being different than other Reston moving companies. While we are happy to help you with your international move, we can also help you with residential moves, both in or out of state.

To begin the process please give one of representatives a call today. We will come out to your house to look over your property and give you a free estimate. You can also fill out our online quote form and receive a free estimate.

Reston Full Service Household Movers

We have the comprehensive services, skilled professionals, specialized equipment and worldwide resources to coordinate any type of household move. When you choose us as your Reston movers, you can rest assured that we will manage every detail of your move.

  • Agent for Allied Van Lines
  • Military Approved
  • Full Service Packing
  • Appliance Assembly & Disassembly
  • Crating of Fine Art & Antiques
  • Professional, Uniformed Staff
  • Online Shipment Tracking
  • Quality Packing Materials
  • Vehicle Shipping
  • Long-Term Storage Available

Reston Business and Office Movers

Trust us to move your office for your upcoming local, long distance or international relocation. We have moved offices of all sizes since 1967, and we can provide a customized solution any challenge you may have. Our move teams work endlessly to ensure every need is met and your office components are transported securely and efficiently. We can even move fragile computer systems and install systems and modular office furniture for office relocations. View our commercial moving services.
 

City Preview

It's not often that bourbon, Carnegie Hall and a modern day locale in Virginia all intersect. Reston has come a long way in a very short time. The area was only recently (relatively) recognized as a census-designated place in Fairfax County, Virginia, within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

The 2010 census revealed that Reston had a population of 58,404 contained within approximately 17 square miles.  In 2012, the area was named one of the 10 Best Places To Live in American by CNN Money magazine. For any area to become so renowned in such a short time is notable (even though the plan for this locality all along was intended to be spectacular).

Before this area became a community, it was the site of a large farm and the A. Smith Bowman Distillery (the farm and distillery were owned by the Smith family). The distillery was built in 1934 after the repeal of Prohibition and operated continuously until 1987.  The building still stands and is listed on The National Register of Historic Places. So, it all began with a local and strong presence of bourbon.

Reston was drawn up as a planned community by Robert Simon. It was officially founded in 1964 and was the first post-war planned community in the country, sparking a rebirth of the community planning idea. Since 1945, planned communities were built in the popular cookie-cutter home design with little open space model developed after the second World War. The crammed-together boxy home development model had – by 1964 – worn out its welcome.

Would you sell one of the most notable buildings in the performing arts world to get your own city? According to CarnegieHall.org, Robert Simon Jr. inherited the famous hall in 1940 and remained president of Carnegie Hall Inc. until 1960 when the Hall was sold for $5 million dollars. The proceeds from that sale were used to fund the founding of Reston – within which the A. Smith Bowman Distillery was still located and operating.

Simon hired Conklin Rossant Architects as master planners to bring together his vision of higher density housing, conservation of common open spaces as well as mixed use areas for light industry, clean businesses, recreation for all residents, excellent education facilities, and housing.

Reston was also the first post-war area in America to use a clustered townhouse development. This strategy  allows for planned open spaces along with accommodations for maximum residency. Reston was also the first private community in our country to incorporate natural preservation areas during the planning stage.

The careful urban planning and land use zones within Reston allows for the following:

  • Common grounds,
  • Several beautiful and natural parks
  • Large swaths of wooded areas with picture-perfect streams,
  • Wildflower meadows,
  • Two golf courses,
  • Nearly 20 swimming pools open to the public,
  • Bridle paths for local horse enthusiasts,
  • A significant bike path roadway consisting of 55 miles,
  • Four lakes,
  • 52 (and growing) municipal and private tennis courts,
  • and an extensive network of foot pathways.


There may be two golf courses in Reston, but only one of them is a public course: Reston National Golf Course. It's a classic course that is known for its superbly maintained grounds and is home to the Mid-Atlantic's best Nike Golf Learning Center. Local residents, therefore, have access to one of the nation's best golfer development programs.

Thanks to Reston's growing status as a technology center near Washington Dulles International Airport, major corporate players have large offices here.

Overall, this is a vibrant, thriving location. The variety of  home designs and price ranges that are available, the open spaces and community activities will all make Reston, Virginia a wonderful place to call home.
 

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