Home for the Holidays

Think of the holidays. You may imagine a certain meal, an annual tradition, or something entirely different. But in most of our beloved holiday memories, we are surrounded by our friends, families, and loved ones. Imagine if the entire family could all fit under one roof this holiday season. Now imagine if that were your roof, in your brand new house, from Weaver Homes.

Weaver Homes want to help you find a place where loved ones can gather and create new traditions, and that is why we introduced Home for the Holidays. Each new home sale until July 15th is targeted a move-in date in time for the holidays in December. As an additional gift, homes sold during Home for the Holidays come with a free stone fireplace to gather around and a stainless steel appliance package to prepare your favorite holiday foods in luxury.

Give yourself the ultimate gift of a brand new home where the whole family can come together and make lasting memories. Contact Weaver Homes today.

In Qualified Communities Only: Courtyards at Altmyer FieldsThe Courtyards at CreeksideThe Vineyards at BrandywineVista Ridge

Weaver’s Guide to Staying (Farm) Fresh

With summer upon us in Western Pennsylvania, many of our favorite fruits and vegetables are finally in season. No more strawberries from California or salad greens from Arizona. Locally grown produce is here, and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA’s) are a great way for families and local restaurants to get fresh food right to the kitchen. Most programs work by subscription, with weekly pickups or deliveries of fruits, vegetables, and sometimes meat or dairy grown and harvested right in our communities. A typical basket in June might include 3-4 heads of lettuce, one bunch of parsley, one bunch of cilantro, spinach, scallions, baby beet greens, pea greens, and kale. There are many local CSAs, including Harvest Valley Farm, Blackberry Meadows Farm, Dillner Family Farm, and Kretschmann Farm, all within Butler County.

Another great option to find produce that has not been shipped halfway across the country are at local farmers’ markets. Even if you aren’t ready to commit to a weekly box, you can still get all the benefits. Buying local helps you to reconnect with the cycles of nature in your region. Local foods are healthier, packed with more vitamins, as they are grown in nutrient rich soil right in our backyard. A farmers’ market is a great place to gather with family and friends for a fun stroll through the tents and tables overflowing with produce, cider, prepared foods and baked goods. Jams, honey, and even handmade soaps are available at farmers’ markets and probably not even at your local grocery store.

Connect with your community, support local businesses, reduce environmental impacts, and serve your family the freshest and healthiest food, sourced right here in Western Pennsylvania, by supporting CSAs and farmers’ markets.

Adams Township: One of the Safest Cities in Pennsylvania

Now more than ever, safety is on our minds. Adams Township is the #17 safest city in Pennsylvania according to The National Council for Home Safety and Security. The impressive ranking lists them as safer than other greater Pittsburgh areas such as Fox Chapel to the East, or South Fayette Township and Upper St. Clair to the South. Weaver Homes cares about your family’s well-being. Three of our communities: The Courtyards at CreeksideVista Ridge, and The Village at Camp Trees are proudly located within the Pittsburgh North area in beautiful Adams Township.

All of our communities offer new construction homes that are ready for your selections  and each has move-in ready homes that can be moved into this summer. These homes are priced to fit your budget but designed to give you everything you want from open floor plans, large kitchens with islands and impressive walk-in closets. The Courtyards at Creekside have homes from $327,900, Vista Ridge from $380,000, and The Village at Camp Trees from $479,000. At Weaver Homes, we are your neighbors. We live in the communities we build, and are not surprised that we are living in one of the safest areas in Pennsylvania.

Adams Township has among the lowest crime rates not only in the state but in the nation. Safewise, another organization that evaluates city safety, has also named Adams Township #70 on their list of 100 Safest Cities in America 2017! (For the full list, and to see how other area communities compare, click here)

Visit any of our three beautiful Adams Township communities and find your home in one of the safest places in America.