Maple Trace: Beautiful New Homes in Weaverville, NC

At Windsor Built, we have a special affinity for Weaverville, the picturesque small town just north of Asheville, NC. Our passion for Weaverville is evidenced by the fact that we have already built three planned communities of new homes in Weaverville over the last several years, including Woodbriar, Reems Creek Cottages and Lakeside Meadows.

Maple Trace is just the latest addition to our portfolio of incredibly popular Weaverville communities. Just like the previous communities, Maple Trace has its own distinct character and style. Perfect for nature lovers, Maple Trace offers scenic mountain views and wooded common areas. You also have the freedom to choose from a multitude of master-on-main floor plans which are perfect for homeowners of all ages.

Location, Recreation and More

Situated in the highly desirable Reems Creek area, Maple Trace offers quick, easy access to national treasures – like the Blue Ridge Parkway and Biltmore House – and local attractions, including the Reems Creek Golf Club. With golf, swimming and tennis available, the Reems Creek Golf Club offers great recreation for both the young and young at heart. Best of all, it’s less than a 5-minute drive from your home at Maple Trace.

If you’re not from Western North Carolina and aren’t familiar with Weaverville, we’re not surprised. That’s because Weaverville remains one of Western North Carolina’s best-kept secrets. Its authentic, artsy and off-the-beaten-path lifestyle is the very thing that appeals to so many homeowners today – and the very reason we have returned to the area to build our communities again and again, year after year.

To learn more about our new homes in Weaverville NC, complete the form below or call John Norwood, Maple Trace sales agent, at 828-585-5966 today.

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