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David Weekley Homes is one of the top Atlanta home builders, and has your new custom home waiting. This is a city where you can enjoy all the benefits of metropolitan living with a pleasant blend of Southern hospitality. If you're thinking of moving to the South, let David Weekley Homes help you design your dream custom home in Atlanta!

Our award-winning custom homes feature elegant design and timeless appeal. When you move into a David Weekley home, you know that you can trust in the strength of its foundations and the functionality of its design. We design our Atlanta homes to fit the way you live. Among Atlanta new home builders, we take pride in building homes that enhance your life.

We build new Atlanta homes in communities that bring you close to nature while enjoying the conveniences of the city. Our locations give you and your family easy access to recreational amenities such as parks and swimming pools. We have new homes in many communities, including Village of Belmont in Smyrna, Vinings Brooke in Cobb County and The Reserve at Old Atlanta in Suwanee.

David Weekley Homes is one of the largest and most experienced builders of new homes in Atlanta. Since opening our doors in 1976, we have built more than 90,000 semi-custom homes throughout 22 cities. We have received numerous industry awards and have been listed on FoORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For®" nine times.

Ratings & Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Your choices but DWH's parameters You can safely put yourself in the hands of David Weekley Homes. Since living in Japan 20 years ago, we had time to research builders and loved the story of "David Weekley," Now as retirees, we were finally in a position to buy one of their houses. In the building process, you may get a few "noes" - we did, but if you can work within the parameters of the community they're building, then you will succeed. Sometimes the local municipalities place restrictions on the developer that they have to meet; other times, practicalities, like timescales - so that they can offer amenities at a certain price point. The location of Glenhaven at Ridgewalk for us, trumped the location of the other David Weekley community that could fulfill our desires a little bit better (e.g., more spacious garage). So... knowing what is a priority for you and where you want to compromise is very important . Patience also will be a paramount for any buyer in our current Covid era of supply issues and worker shortages. All of that will be an issue for any builder but maybe a little less so for DWH due to their relationships with contractors built up over the years. Having said that, we have had issues after we have moved in; the shower floor oriented water out onto bathroom floor, the front door lock wouldn't work correctly and a ceiling fan wouldn't work at all. It is difficult to catch all the issues a brand new house has until you move in and live with them. David Weekley's sales, design, building and warranty staff are dynamic and capable. There was never a time when they didn't help us remedy a situation. This is our first experience with a brand new community but believe it will be a rewarding one. Considering the issues of this Covid period, would rate them 4.5 out of 5.
Date published: 2022-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Experience We were pleased with the overall experience and impressed with the builder Mike Law’s friendliness and willingness to listen and answer our questions. Marcia Todd, the real estate consultant was also very helpful and courteous. Great experience!
Date published: 2022-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pandemic House Disaster Let me first start off by saying that I understand that these are unprecedented times due to pandemic. However, my experience with David Weekley has been appalling. In 03/2021, my husband and I decided to purchase our first home from DW, and we were under the impression that our house would be completed in 10/2021. Our house is still not complete to this day. Over the last 10 months, we have experienced 1) Builder using the wrong plans for our house and leaving out an entire tub, door, and fireplace 2) Subcontractors consistently not showing up to the point where we had to reschedule our closing 3 times 3) Weekly meetings builder and builder's realtor being unproductive and occurring 2-4 hours past our scheduled time and meeting consisted of builder trying to figure out what was going on with our house in real time. 4) Having to consistently ask subcontractors to come back because initial work was unacceptable 5) Plumbing taking over 6 weeks to finish plumbing and causing our closing to be delayed. It took so long for the plumbers to come that I literally had to beg the owner of the plumbing company to send someone out. 6) Cleaner flooding bathroom and scratching up brand new sink. House not actually being clean when handed over to us. 7) Giving builder an additional week to complete work because we did not feel comfortable moving in with the state that the house with in and then coming on the day of our closing to builder and subcontractors scrambling to get work done 8) Gate still missing from our property to this day due to a construction delays with the house next to us 9) We are still dealing with a list of items that are unfinished and are now having to negotiate with subcontractors ourselves. 10) Builder's realtor disappearing after closing even though we were told that we would still be getting weekly updates until our house was completed 12) Routinely begging for updates and having information regarding issues withheld from us 3) Routinely fighting with builder and realtor to meet my bare minimum expectations and 13) Watching other owners literally have a red carpet rolled out for them and gifts, while we were given a card and a gift card. I follow DW on Instagram, so I had certain expectations of what the closing day would be like. All in all, this was not the experience I expected from a luxury builder, and I am very disappointed.
Date published: 2022-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't walk, but run from purchase We purchased a David Weekly home because we wanted to live in Heritage at Towne Lake. Little did we know that paying top prices gave you builder grade for 95% of the items in the home.
Date published: 2022-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought a move in ready We did not want to wait to build a house and design of our choice, due to a pending sale of our previous home. We bought a spec home that was not exactly what we would have selected, BUT! we love our new David Weekley home! If you are considering a almost move in ready, find the one that fits best and you will be happy with the quality and workmanship in the home.
Date published: 2022-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Downsizing in Style Our son lives in a David Weekley home, and we were pretty sure that one of their 55+ communities would work for us. We sold our home in Virginia in six days for over asking price. We needed a place very quickly. We were fortunate to find a model close to completion in Glenhaven at Ridgewalk. Our sales associate made us feel so welcome and kept us up to date and in the loop as the house was finished.
Date published: 2021-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Sales Rep and Project Manager Lied about all The entire process was a nightmare from start to finish
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed in quality control level Our experience STARTED well; we loved the location and floor plans offered, and we were able to select a floor plan and options that suited our needs. Our sales person and personal builder were extremely helpful, flexible, and eager to work with us. However, by the time our home was close to completion, we were already disappointed. We were seeing several quality control issues, but were assured that all would be taken care of by the time the home was finished and before closing. Unfortunately, not only were many issues still not addressed by closing, we actually moved in six weeks ago and there is still a long list of items that have not yet been fixed. We have been assured repeatedly that everything will be taken care of, but it seems to be taking far longer than seems reasonable to us. Also, for a home at this price point, we had expected much more attention to detail and far better quality control. There are multiple places where the trim work is either incomplete or uneven, and the quality of the paint job throughout the house is extremely disappointing to us. It's a brand new home, but we have squeaky hinges, a "ghost" door, a loose tread on the stairs, and two days ago the main water service into our home failed and we were forced to stay in a hotel. We understand that there are occasionally issues that arise in a new home, but the number of issues in this home simply seems unacceptable in our opinion, and seems to indicate insufficient quality control. I would definitely NOT recommend a Daivid Weekley home to a friend or family member. At this point we are simply hoping we can get most of the problems taken care of in the relatively near future.
Date published: 2021-07-31
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Your choices but DWH's parameters You can safely put yourself in the hands of David Weekley Homes. Since living in Japan 20 years ago, we had time to research builders and loved the story of "David Weekley," Now as retirees, we were finally in a position to buy one of their houses. In the building process, you may get a few "noes" - we did, but if you can work within the parameters of the community they're building, then you will succeed. Sometimes the local municipalities place restrictions on the developer that they have to meet; other times, practicalities, like timescales - so that they can offer amenities at a certain price point. The location of Glenhaven at Ridgewalk for us, trumped the location of the other David Weekley community that could fulfill our desires a little bit better (e.g., more spacious garage). So... knowing what is a priority for you and where you want to compromise is very important . Patience also will be a paramount for any buyer in our current Covid era of supply issues and worker shortages. All of that will be an issue for any builder but maybe a little less so for DWH due to their relationships with contractors built up over the years. Having said that, we have had issues after we have moved in; the shower floor oriented water out onto bathroom floor, the front door lock wouldn't work correctly and a ceiling fan wouldn't work at all. It is difficult to catch all the issues a brand new house has until you move in and live with them. David Weekley's sales, design, building and warranty staff are dynamic and capable. There was never a time when they didn't help us remedy a situation. This is our first experience with a brand new community but believe it will be a rewarding one. Considering the issues of this Covid period, would rate them 4.5 out of 5.
Date published: 2022-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Experience We were pleased with the overall experience and impressed with the builder Mike Law’s friendliness and willingness to listen and answer our questions. Marcia Todd, the real estate consultant was also very helpful and courteous. Great experience!
Date published: 2022-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pandemic House Disaster Let me first start off by saying that I understand that these are unprecedented times due to pandemic. However, my experience with David Weekley has been appalling. In 03/2021, my husband and I decided to purchase our first home from DW, and we were under the impression that our house would be completed in 10/2021. Our house is still not complete to this day. Over the last 10 months, we have experienced 1) Builder using the wrong plans for our house and leaving out an entire tub, door, and fireplace 2) Subcontractors consistently not showing up to the point where we had to reschedule our closing 3 times 3) Weekly meetings builder and builder's realtor being unproductive and occurring 2-4 hours past our scheduled time and meeting consisted of builder trying to figure out what was going on with our house in real time. 4) Having to consistently ask subcontractors to come back because initial work was unacceptable 5) Plumbing taking over 6 weeks to finish plumbing and causing our closing to be delayed. It took so long for the plumbers to come that I literally had to beg the owner of the plumbing company to send someone out. 6) Cleaner flooding bathroom and scratching up brand new sink. House not actually being clean when handed over to us. 7) Giving builder an additional week to complete work because we did not feel comfortable moving in with the state that the house with in and then coming on the day of our closing to builder and subcontractors scrambling to get work done 8) Gate still missing from our property to this day due to a construction delays with the house next to us 9) We are still dealing with a list of items that are unfinished and are now having to negotiate with subcontractors ourselves. 10) Builder's realtor disappearing after closing even though we were told that we would still be getting weekly updates until our house was completed 12) Routinely begging for updates and having information regarding issues withheld from us 3) Routinely fighting with builder and realtor to meet my bare minimum expectations and 13) Watching other owners literally have a red carpet rolled out for them and gifts, while we were given a card and a gift card. I follow DW on Instagram, so I had certain expectations of what the closing day would be like. All in all, this was not the experience I expected from a luxury builder, and I am very disappointed.
Date published: 2022-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't walk, but run from purchase We purchased a David Weekly home because we wanted to live in Heritage at Towne Lake. Little did we know that paying top prices gave you builder grade for 95% of the items in the home.
Date published: 2022-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought a move in ready We did not want to wait to build a house and design of our choice, due to a pending sale of our previous home. We bought a spec home that was not exactly what we would have selected, BUT! we love our new David Weekley home! If you are considering a almost move in ready, find the one that fits best and you will be happy with the quality and workmanship in the home.
Date published: 2022-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Downsizing in Style Our son lives in a David Weekley home, and we were pretty sure that one of their 55+ communities would work for us. We sold our home in Virginia in six days for over asking price. We needed a place very quickly. We were fortunate to find a model close to completion in Glenhaven at Ridgewalk. Our sales associate made us feel so welcome and kept us up to date and in the loop as the house was finished.
Date published: 2021-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Sales Rep and Project Manager Lied about all The entire process was a nightmare from start to finish
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed in quality control level Our experience STARTED well; we loved the location and floor plans offered, and we were able to select a floor plan and options that suited our needs. Our sales person and personal builder were extremely helpful, flexible, and eager to work with us. However, by the time our home was close to completion, we were already disappointed. We were seeing several quality control issues, but were assured that all would be taken care of by the time the home was finished and before closing. Unfortunately, not only were many issues still not addressed by closing, we actually moved in six weeks ago and there is still a long list of items that have not yet been fixed. We have been assured repeatedly that everything will be taken care of, but it seems to be taking far longer than seems reasonable to us. Also, for a home at this price point, we had expected much more attention to detail and far better quality control. There are multiple places where the trim work is either incomplete or uneven, and the quality of the paint job throughout the house is extremely disappointing to us. It's a brand new home, but we have squeaky hinges, a "ghost" door, a loose tread on the stairs, and two days ago the main water service into our home failed and we were forced to stay in a hotel. We understand that there are occasionally issues that arise in a new home, but the number of issues in this home simply seems unacceptable in our opinion, and seems to indicate insufficient quality control. I would definitely NOT recommend a Daivid Weekley home to a friend or family member. At this point we are simply hoping we can get most of the problems taken care of in the relatively near future.
Date published: 2021-07-31
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