Old Westbury Community

The Old Westbury Cluster consists of a group of 58 single-family homes built in the early 80’s by Fairfield Homes on the south side of Reston, Virginia (population 63,226 per the 2020 census). Thirty-eight homes are on Cobblestone Lane, and twenty are on Salt Kettle Way. The two streets back to a small Reston park where many like to walk their dogs, play, and socialize. In the corner of the park is a tot lot.

All the homes are modeled after New England’s historic ‘salt box’ homes, so the houses, as they age, continue to feel as historical as when they were new. In that sense, they are timeless.

Paths connect the two streets to the park; OWCA neighbors and kids are often seen socializing on each other’s streets. Lake Thoreau is five minutes away by foot, and the South Lakes Shopping Center less than a ten-minute walk.

Terraset Elementary is a short and safe walk from OWCA, Langston Hughes Middle School, and South Lakes High School, about five minutes away.

Adding to all the above conveniences, two major exits of the Dulles Toll Rd and the Wiehle Avenue Metro Station are five minutes away by car. Reston is nearly the same length of drive away from Arlington, Bethesda, Fairfax, and Leesburg. So, your commute will likely still be reasonable if you change jobs. Given all of this, it’s no wonder that people fall in love with this neighborhood and stay for a long time!

Old Westbury Cluster Association

Reston contains more than one hundred distinct groupings of dwellings. Not all homes in Reston are in such groups, but many are. The Old Westbury community is such a collection.

When Fairfield Homes completed its build-out, it formed a non-profit corporation named the Old Westbury Cluster Association to maintain the above-ground common infrastructure and landscape. The Corporation is operated by five volunteer homeowners (Board of Directors) elected by the membership. Its charter is to preserve and improve the beauty of the common grounds, thus doing the same for the property values of its membership.

OWCA maintains pavement, sidewalks, and trees and contracts for shared services such as snow removal, leaf collection, and trash collection. The corporation develops the budget necessary to pay for services, maintains a money reserve for recurring larger maintenance projects, and funds it through quarterly membership dues.

Board of Directors

The OWCA board is made up of homeowners who are elected to represent the community. With input from homeowners, the OWCA Board makes decisions about managing common areas (what species of tree to plant for a buffer, for example), how the association will use its assets, what kinds of parking regulations are needed, how often the trash will be removed and much more.


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AAA Management Company

AAA is the OWCA property management company.  They collect homeowners dues, pay bills and provide other management duties.  Quarterly dues payments should be sent to:

Old Westbury Cluster Association
c/o AAA Property Management
P.O. Box 2083
Centreville VA, 20122