More than 45 years of innovation. WoodsEdge is a whole new kind of community in Blacksburg, but our connection to the area goes back decades. Our sponsor is the retirement community whose campus we share: Warm Hearth Village. A nonprofit community, Warm Hearth Village was founded in 1974 by Wybe and Marietje Kroontje, Dutch immigrants who came to the U.S. after World War II. Eager to give something back to the country that had given so much to them, Wybe and Marietje created a community dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Today, the reputation and longevity of Warm Hearth Village—combined with its continuum of care—represent a stable foundation for WoodsEdge. As a WoodsEdge homeowner, you will enjoy a unique sense of security, knowing you will have priority access to the full range of health care services available on the larger campus.
Warm Hearth Village is a nonprofit community that provides a continuum of care. Its reputation, longevity and resources offer not only the sense of security that comes with a stable, reliable foundation, but also peace of mind knowing that, as a WoodsEdge homeowner, you will have priority access to the full range of health care services available on the larger campus.
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