As the national leader in 55+ lifestyle communities, Traditions of America continues to innovate its amenity offerings with an all-new, “next generation” Clubhouse design. The luxury resort-caliber Clubhouse plan is at the front of the pack for 55+ homebuyers in its scale, design, finishes and amenities.
At the Clubhouse Grand Opening for the West Brandywine community in Chester County, the impressive Clubhouse complex was debuted to residents and prospective homebuyers. No detail was overlooked in the 8,000 square foot Clubhouse, which is fully-loaded with a heated outdoor pool and spa, tennis and pickleball courts, fitness center, yoga studio, sports bar and lounge, putting green, billiards, wine tasting room, golf simulator, dog grooming room, coffee lounge, outdoor grilling area, and club room.
Resort-Style Amenities in Your Backyard!
With a dedicated, full-time Lifestyle Director, our residents benefit from a comprehensive social calendar of activities, clubs, and organized trips. This expansive amenity package is unrivaled in 55+ communities on the East Coast, where Traditions of America is the dominant 55+ builder, and 2022 winner of NAHB’s 55+ Builder of the Year.
Designed in collaboration with KTGY Architecture & Planning of Irvine, California, the newly-envisioned Clubhouse represents an all-new look with a mix of two siding colors, transom windows, interior millwork, accent lighting specific to unique gathering areas, elegant archways, and textured vertical feature walls.
Designed with Community in Mind
Our Clubhouses are scaled to each particular community’s size ranging from 4,500 square feet to 11,000 square feet at our largest community in the South Hills of Pittsburgh: Traditions of America at Southpointe. The Clubhouse at Southpointe will make its grand opening debut this summer.
Our newest community in Chesterfield, Virginia – where sales will soon be underway – also features the latest, innovative Clubhouse design. Traditions of America at Chesterfield marks the builder’s highly anticipated entry into the Richmond, Virginia suburbs.
See For Yourself: The New Clubhouse Virtual 3D Tour