Brookshire Cluster was built in 1965-66 as one of the first Reston housing Clusters. The cluster was designed as a throwback to colonial villages where the art of living was the primary focus. Everything was close to home, one could walk to shops, dining, entertainment, sports etc. No phone or electric poles or lights blighted the sky view. Sidewalks wove throughout the neighborhood and connected it to all nearby features. To this day, Brookshire maintains the same look and appeal of being ‘home’. These guidelines were put in place to protect that look and feel of our neighborhood home for everyone’s enjoyment.
To view the following guidelines, please click on the following:
Windows and Patio doors
Should you want to vary your look and feel of your home, or expand on the historic selections available for paint or structural components, you will need to present your option in an application format to the cluster board for approval (or three signatures from cluster members). Then you submit your completed proposal/request to the DRB through the following process. Once approved, your additions will be added to the cluster guidelines.