Set beautifully against the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Weirbridge Village is a 280-unit Apartment Home Community that unites green space with modern conveniences. By designing in harmony with nature, the developer allowed the colors and shapes characteristic of the beauty of the area to be reflected in the architecture of the community. Weirbridge Village is an Energy Star Certified community, benefiting residents through energy cost savings, superior comfort, better soundproofing and increased efficiency.
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Overall the experience has been wonderful; however, there were a few operational/ ascetic issues with the appt. after moving in (broken microwave, exposed electrical lines under island counter-top, loose wall sockets, etc.). I was told after moving in that the construction on that particular building was rushed...The attention to detail would have been nice. Nevertheless, the appt. as a whole is well above standard, and living there has been very pleasant.
Absolutely love living here at Weirbridge Village! The office staff, the maintenance crew and the landscapers are all highly efficient, conscientious and friendly. Issues are addressed promptly and the whole community is friendly and outgoing. Out of the many, many places we toured and visited, my husband and I are convinced we made the perfect decision to live at Weirbridge Village.
Weirbridge is no longer a place in which to reside. Promises are not kept. Management is in constant turnover. Fitness Center has very few machines, most of the remaining ones do not work. The laundry facility is going to be removed by end of June 2018. No replacement for another laundry facility. Current management unable to find vendors to do things that should be done. Smoking on the grounds has increased even though this is to be a smoke free complex. Recent landscaping was done by prior owner, not current management. So no costs to Weirbridge. Rent continues to go up, but socials and other events are rarely held. Skip checking out Weirbridge. Its not a luxury place at all.
When I moved out I was notified I owed 1,000 dollars because the carpet was replaced. Knowing this couldn't be true I called to speak with management, after being brought to tears I was told I still had to pay. Three days later received a call saying there had been mistake the carpet was never replaced. Also while living in community had serious mold issues.
Overall, we have been pleased with living here. But as is often the case with "premium" apartment communities, while the apartments look nice with the crown molding and such, once you've been here for a while it becomes clear that the quality of building materials is just not great. For example, our carpets are showing quite a bit of wear, despite the fact that only two of us live here and we take our shoes off at the door. I'm already dreading the fight over carpet charges when we move :(