Station on Silver

2340 Carta Way Herndon, VA 20171 • From $139 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Live in style. Live with ease. Live a life of convenience. Station on Silver’s incredible location in Herndon, VA, near Dulles Corridor, provides access to whatever transportation mode you’d prefer—major highways, the metro line, or Dulles International Airport. With exceptional finishes and sophisticated details, your sleek and modern apartment in Herndon is perfect for your contemporary lifestyle. Chic, yet comfortable living areas. Thoughtfully-designed green spaces. Tons of top-quality amenities. It’s everything you’ve wanted, and much more. Living at Station on Silver means living with more time to focus on what matters and what is truly important to you. So relax. You’ve arrived.

Amenities

Resident clubroom featuring social seating and prep kitchen
Clubroom featuring fireplace
billiards and fooseball tables
Pool with wet lounge
fire pit and “relax” courtyard
Yoga Studio with WELLBEATS virtual fitness classes
Private media room with gaming capabilities
Private courtyard featuring grill stations and hammocks
Top of the Station rooftop views of the Blue Ride Mountains

Property Location

About Herndon, Virginia

Learn About This Location

Herndon was named after Commander William Lewis Herndon, a naval explorer who authored Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon. In the 1870s, Northern soldiers settled in the area, largely sue to Herdon's moderate climate and low real estate prices. 

At first a rural surrounding area of Washington, D.C., the town developed into a center for dairy farming and vacationers. When the railroad was turned into a hike-and-bike trail, Herndon took advantage of its unique history and small-town feel by converting its train station into a museum and visitor center.

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