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Come home to one of our new homes in Jacksonville, FL. At David Weekley Homes, we are committed to enhancing your life! Our home designs are elegant with timeless appeal, classic exteriors and spacious interiors that are built for the way you live.

At David Weekley Homes, we don’t just build homes in Jacksonville; we build relationships! As one of the largest semi-custom Jacksonville home builders, we are able to offer endless choices when it comes to building your dream home. Choose from our wide variety of floor plans and exteriors, and customize your new Jacksonville home with an extensive selection of finishes, including flooring, paint colors, countertops, appliances, kitchen and bathroom fixtures and more.

We can help you find new homes in Jacksonville, Florida communities such as Twenty Mile and Crosswater in Nocatee, Shearwater, Oxford Estates and other great areas like eTown and Tidal Pointe.

David Weekley Homes is one of the most experienced Jacksonville home builders, and the largest privately-held new home builder in America. We have built more than 690,000 homes in 22 cities and have won numerous awards. Our people are our greatest asset. In fact, we have been listed on FORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For®" 12 times.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from No transparency, quality and consideration I have built or remodeled several homes but never had an experience where the people doing the work were so vague about what would happen, provided such limited oversight of the construction and then offered only basic consideration for how to make things right. It started with the sales process. I was "sold" on one house and received something else. As one example, all the houses in this area were multiple colors. The house they were building for me was more monochromatic. When I tried to get a visual of what the house would look like, they kept putting me off. I spent hours on the phone (and online) with Sherwin Williams to understand and offer some suggestions. In the end, David Weekley (DW) declined to take the expert's advice and paint the front door a different color. In fact, the project manager had no compassion for the situation at all. Then, as construction progressed, I started to see issues with the cabinets, tile/grout, painting, windows, trim work and finishing (like caulk and hardware installation). I was here several times a week pointing out issues. When it was far enough along, I even marked issues with blue tape. (I did that 4 times-spending several hours each time.) My last extended trip was on June 20 (closing was June 24) where some of the same issues from the beginning were present. At that point, I had to close on the 24th because I had to be out of my previous home. I had always heard that David Weekley was a good builder and they would make it right. While I believed that to be true, it has not occurred so far. It would appear inexperienced labor was used with inferior products and there was limited oversight to make sure the contractors provided quality work. The result is floor tile with pin holes in the tiles (inferior product), holes in the grout (inexperienced workers), uneven grout lines and grout that will not come clean. The master shower is the biggest disappointment; however, as that tile is uneven, the grout lines are too thick in places and too thin in others, some tiles were cut wrong, there is grout all over the tiles (and window), and the floor is damaged. (It was acid washed a few weeks ago and still is discolored and irregular. I will not accept repairs that would not permanently fix this situation.) Even with the walls in the house, there are places the material added before painting was not applied correctly and is rippled. The baseboards have paint runs, there is excess caulk everywhere (often used to fix a mistake) and doors were painted with dirt on them. These are just a few of the issues where there was no oversight to repair the problems as they occurred. The cabinets are some of the cheapest I have ever seen. While an experienced cabinet installer may have been able to work with these, the installer used could not. I had to demand that doors be replaced but had to live with cabinets that were already compromised. You may be wondering why I didn't do more or demand more before closing. I did keep thinking that DW had a strong reputation and they would fix everything that had been pointed out on previous occasions but not yet fixed. (I do have documentation of these issues and how long they had been ongoing.) Sometimes it was overwhelming because there were so many things wrong. It was hard to focus on just one thing, especially if I was rushed (like on the final walk through). Also, on that night, I was told if there were too many issues, we may not close. The project manager was here that night and kept dismissing concerns (like about the master shower). The message was clear - we know what is wrong and we don't want to list all the items. I still thought they would be fixed; however. I now have a superintendent who is not involved and does not validate that work was never completed as requested, a project manager who cannot be bothered and a warranty rep who says that things are just "cosmetic" even if it is clearly a defect in the construction/workmanship and decreases the value of the home. I have scraped and scrubbed almost every piece of tile, cleaned excess caulk and grout off the floors, baseboards and cabinets, painted some areas that were missed and been available without notice for the few repair people who came by. This is a slow process that seems to get more difficult with time. People forget what work is still yet to be done and they are unsympathetic to what it is like to live in a house that was overpriced and poorly built. I am having out of town guests this weekend, have blue tape everywhere and am embarrassed by such an expensive house that looks like this. DW should be embarrassed too but maybe since the money has exchanged hands, it doesn't really matter. We'll see if that is true after this letter is reviewed. I would like for someone who is in a position to make a difference to contact me so I can show them the issues. That should not be someone local as it is clear they are not that interested in improving the situation. In fact, I almost get the impression they think I am the problem instead of admitting the construction is the problem. I am only the one pointing it out. At this point I am frustrated, overwhelmed and disappointed with this experience. I could not recommend DW until my house is completed the way it should have been in the beginning. That will require skilled labor, at this point.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Making Dreams come True! Our experience with DWH; from the sales office, to lot choices, design choices, building process; to final completion was a wonderful adventure! The entire process was exciting and rewarding! We now have the home of our Dreams! Thank you David Weekley Staff for such a beautiful home we love!!!
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Home owner I was very happy with our construction rep. Matt and Theresa and our new project manager. During the speciation's of the building there where a lot of issues due to the overall internet wiring and that these issues became a very sore point in the building process due to that your VP John was extremely uncooperative. With my job I needed a high level of internet cabling in my home in which had to be CAT6A. The cost from the supplier was off the wall and this was not put in correctly or installed correctly. I stood with the gentleman and told him exactly where to put the wires. In which when I came back they were install incorrectly. I told John I would personal would supply all the material due to the level of security that is needed for my profession. I was told by him, he was shutting down the project. This John person needs to listen to the customer and he is the most unprofessional person in your company. As Ray Kroc founder of McDonalds said "when you are green you are growing. When you are ripe, you rot". this my mantra and I live by it. As an Architectural Engineer I have professionals of all disciplines and there knowledge at my disposal. If he would have listened in the first place and worked with me. I would have not had to spend $1200.00 to have some one come in after the fact to rewire the house. The design of the house was very good but there are things missing in the overall design i.e. no linen closet the house need to be 2ft Longer to accept a King Size bed in the master on wall next to the closet. Small things make a difference. I wanted to have a 3 Car garage I have the lot and land necessary to accommodate the garage and I was told no and there are the same model with them and my lot is twice the size due to we have a corner lot. Poor response from Paul Provenzano from the architectural review board. Now I will be spending Close to 50 to 75K to add on to make the home exactly what I would like. I hope that you are more open and have learned from this you are not always correct and that the customer is the one paying for it. A home becomes custom when you allow us to make the ultimate designs decisions in which you need to work with them to get the job done to there expectations. Thank you to Matt, Thresa and KC for a outstanding job we love our home!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2020-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite home buying experience ~ hands down! The entire feel for the neighborhood is GREAT! Love the location! Love the included amenities!
Date published: 2020-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased Everything went according to plan. I am very happy with my new home.
Date published: 2020-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our new home Everyone has been helpful and it seemed very important to them that we have good experience and that our home is built to the highest quality.
Date published: 2020-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New home 2020 The process from the start to the finish was done with the work of David Weekly staff. From the beginning of the foundation to the final walk through every week was a conference call and I was updated on the process of the house. Living in Connecticut at that time the pictures of the house in different stages was so wonderful to see. Any questions I had was addressed and explained to me with knowledge and professionalism of the staff at David Weekly Homes. They never missed a beat! Once living in my beautiful home, the staff still made sure I was satisfied and understood all the warranties, how to care for the home and told me they will always be around If need be. Thank you all for your help from the beginning of the process to the end of the process and still around to help me out if need be. Great hard working people to work with. Thank you again. Love my house. !!! Sincerely, Janet Bower
Date published: 2020-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There's No Place Like Home Everyone that we worked with at DWH gave that little extra of themselves to make sure we were getting, not just a house, but a "home" for our family. While nothing in life is ever going to go perfectly, it was great having a team to work with that makes it their number one priority to get through any hiccups as smoothly as possible. I would definitely use David Weekley again in the future if needed.
Date published: 2020-07-07
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from No transparency, quality and consideration I have built or remodeled several homes but never had an experience where the people doing the work were so vague about what would happen, provided such limited oversight of the construction and then offered only basic consideration for how to make things right. It started with the sales process. I was "sold" on one house and received something else. As one example, all the houses in this area were multiple colors. The house they were building for me was more monochromatic. When I tried to get a visual of what the house would look like, they kept putting me off. I spent hours on the phone (and online) with Sherwin Williams to understand and offer some suggestions. In the end, David Weekley (DW) declined to take the expert's advice and paint the front door a different color. In fact, the project manager had no compassion for the situation at all. Then, as construction progressed, I started to see issues with the cabinets, tile/grout, painting, windows, trim work and finishing (like caulk and hardware installation). I was here several times a week pointing out issues. When it was far enough along, I even marked issues with blue tape. (I did that 4 times-spending several hours each time.) My last extended trip was on June 20 (closing was June 24) where some of the same issues from the beginning were present. At that point, I had to close on the 24th because I had to be out of my previous home. I had always heard that David Weekley was a good builder and they would make it right. While I believed that to be true, it has not occurred so far. It would appear inexperienced labor was used with inferior products and there was limited oversight to make sure the contractors provided quality work. The result is floor tile with pin holes in the tiles (inferior product), holes in the grout (inexperienced workers), uneven grout lines and grout that will not come clean. The master shower is the biggest disappointment; however, as that tile is uneven, the grout lines are too thick in places and too thin in others, some tiles were cut wrong, there is grout all over the tiles (and window), and the floor is damaged. (It was acid washed a few weeks ago and still is discolored and irregular. I will not accept repairs that would not permanently fix this situation.) Even with the walls in the house, there are places the material added before painting was not applied correctly and is rippled. The baseboards have paint runs, there is excess caulk everywhere (often used to fix a mistake) and doors were painted with dirt on them. These are just a few of the issues where there was no oversight to repair the problems as they occurred. The cabinets are some of the cheapest I have ever seen. While an experienced cabinet installer may have been able to work with these, the installer used could not. I had to demand that doors be replaced but had to live with cabinets that were already compromised. You may be wondering why I didn't do more or demand more before closing. I did keep thinking that DW had a strong reputation and they would fix everything that had been pointed out on previous occasions but not yet fixed. (I do have documentation of these issues and how long they had been ongoing.) Sometimes it was overwhelming because there were so many things wrong. It was hard to focus on just one thing, especially if I was rushed (like on the final walk through). Also, on that night, I was told if there were too many issues, we may not close. The project manager was here that night and kept dismissing concerns (like about the master shower). The message was clear - we know what is wrong and we don't want to list all the items. I still thought they would be fixed; however. I now have a superintendent who is not involved and does not validate that work was never completed as requested, a project manager who cannot be bothered and a warranty rep who says that things are just "cosmetic" even if it is clearly a defect in the construction/workmanship and decreases the value of the home. I have scraped and scrubbed almost every piece of tile, cleaned excess caulk and grout off the floors, baseboards and cabinets, painted some areas that were missed and been available without notice for the few repair people who came by. This is a slow process that seems to get more difficult with time. People forget what work is still yet to be done and they are unsympathetic to what it is like to live in a house that was overpriced and poorly built. I am having out of town guests this weekend, have blue tape everywhere and am embarrassed by such an expensive house that looks like this. DW should be embarrassed too but maybe since the money has exchanged hands, it doesn't really matter. We'll see if that is true after this letter is reviewed. I would like for someone who is in a position to make a difference to contact me so I can show them the issues. That should not be someone local as it is clear they are not that interested in improving the situation. In fact, I almost get the impression they think I am the problem instead of admitting the construction is the problem. I am only the one pointing it out. At this point I am frustrated, overwhelmed and disappointed with this experience. I could not recommend DW until my house is completed the way it should have been in the beginning. That will require skilled labor, at this point.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Making Dreams come True! Our experience with DWH; from the sales office, to lot choices, design choices, building process; to final completion was a wonderful adventure! The entire process was exciting and rewarding! We now have the home of our Dreams! Thank you David Weekley Staff for such a beautiful home we love!!!
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Home owner I was very happy with our construction rep. Matt and Theresa and our new project manager. During the speciation's of the building there where a lot of issues due to the overall internet wiring and that these issues became a very sore point in the building process due to that your VP John was extremely uncooperative. With my job I needed a high level of internet cabling in my home in which had to be CAT6A. The cost from the supplier was off the wall and this was not put in correctly or installed correctly. I stood with the gentleman and told him exactly where to put the wires. In which when I came back they were install incorrectly. I told John I would personal would supply all the material due to the level of security that is needed for my profession. I was told by him, he was shutting down the project. This John person needs to listen to the customer and he is the most unprofessional person in your company. As Ray Kroc founder of McDonalds said "when you are green you are growing. When you are ripe, you rot". this my mantra and I live by it. As an Architectural Engineer I have professionals of all disciplines and there knowledge at my disposal. If he would have listened in the first place and worked with me. I would have not had to spend $1200.00 to have some one come in after the fact to rewire the house. The design of the house was very good but there are things missing in the overall design i.e. no linen closet the house need to be 2ft Longer to accept a King Size bed in the master on wall next to the closet. Small things make a difference. I wanted to have a 3 Car garage I have the lot and land necessary to accommodate the garage and I was told no and there are the same model with them and my lot is twice the size due to we have a corner lot. Poor response from Paul Provenzano from the architectural review board. Now I will be spending Close to 50 to 75K to add on to make the home exactly what I would like. I hope that you are more open and have learned from this you are not always correct and that the customer is the one paying for it. A home becomes custom when you allow us to make the ultimate designs decisions in which you need to work with them to get the job done to there expectations. Thank you to Matt, Thresa and KC for a outstanding job we love our home!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2020-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite home buying experience ~ hands down! The entire feel for the neighborhood is GREAT! Love the location! Love the included amenities!
Date published: 2020-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased Everything went according to plan. I am very happy with my new home.
Date published: 2020-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our new home Everyone has been helpful and it seemed very important to them that we have good experience and that our home is built to the highest quality.
Date published: 2020-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New home 2020 The process from the start to the finish was done with the work of David Weekly staff. From the beginning of the foundation to the final walk through every week was a conference call and I was updated on the process of the house. Living in Connecticut at that time the pictures of the house in different stages was so wonderful to see. Any questions I had was addressed and explained to me with knowledge and professionalism of the staff at David Weekly Homes. They never missed a beat! Once living in my beautiful home, the staff still made sure I was satisfied and understood all the warranties, how to care for the home and told me they will always be around If need be. Thank you all for your help from the beginning of the process to the end of the process and still around to help me out if need be. Great hard working people to work with. Thank you again. Love my house. !!! Sincerely, Janet Bower
Date published: 2020-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There's No Place Like Home Everyone that we worked with at DWH gave that little extra of themselves to make sure we were getting, not just a house, but a "home" for our family. While nothing in life is ever going to go perfectly, it was great having a team to work with that makes it their number one priority to get through any hiccups as smoothly as possible. I would definitely use David Weekley again in the future if needed.
Date published: 2020-07-07
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Figures reflecting size, square footage, and other dimensions are estimates; actual construction may vary. Size/square footage and price of your home may vary based on bonus rooms and options selected. Floor plans may vary according to elevation. Prices, plans, dimensions, features, specifications, materials, and availability of homes or communities are subject to change without notice or obligation. Please contact us to verify current information. Illustrations are artist's depictions only. They may differ from completed improvements and may change without notice.

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