About Weybridge

The Weybridge subdivision is a community of 80 twin-single homes located in the northeast corner of Dublin, Ohio near the intersection of Glick Road and Dublin Road. The main street is Muirkirk Drive with two cul de sacs: Stratton Lane and Laidon Court. Weybridge is part of Muirfield Village, is located in Delaware County, and is served by Washington Township fire and rescue.

The most important parts of Weybridge are the people who live here. Our friendly residents make the neighborhood a wonderful place to live by their kindness, their involvement in the community, and their commitment to maintaining our high quality of life. Thank you to all the volunteers who keep our community strong!

  NOTE: There are two “Weybridge” developments right next to one another. This website represents the original Weybridge built in 1985-1986. The younger Weybridge -- on Leith Drive -- is often called “Weybridge West.” While we love our western neighbors, keep in mind the content on this website does not represent their homeowners association.


Weybridge History

Weybridge forms a portion of those lands which were granted by the United States to officers and soldiers of the Virginia line on Continental Establishment under an act entitled “Act To Enable The Officers And Soldiers Of The Virginia Line On Continental Establishment To Obtain Titles to Certain Lands Lying North-West Of The River Ohio, Between The Little Miami and Sciota” on August 10, 1790.

The land comprised 888 2/3 acres and was given to James Holt and John Graham (from Richmond, Virginia) as part of a military warrant on June 17, 1795. James Holt served as a Lieutenant for three years. John Graham came to the United States from Scotland.

Walter and Robert Dunn were named as executors of John Graham’s will. In January of 1842, Walter and Robert agreed to transfer the land to George Dunn for the sum of $7,725. In 1855, George Dunn built the homestead presently standing at 8055 Dublin Road.

In 1872, the Washington plot map shows the land owned by George Dunn was divided. 445 1/2 acres went to John Dunn and contained the homestead. The remainder of land, 300 acres, went to James Dunn. The land owned by the Dunn family was used to raise livestock, wheat, corn and apple trees. Other uses were farm oriented. It is known that they owned horses at some point.

In 1968, Jack Nicklaus teamed up with prominent architects, designers, and builders to fulfill his dream: convert an unspoiled rural area outside the village of Dublin, Ohio, into a world-renowned golf club and living community.

The result was the Muirfield Village Golf Club, which hosts the annual Memorial Golf Tournament, and the premier residential community of Muirfield Village. The long vistas, woodlands, streams, lakes, and open areas have been good neighbors to hundreds of families for more than 40 years.

Old Weybridge Website

If you need information from the prior Weybridge website (through July 2023), it's still online and includes search features. You can visit it at this address: weybridgehoa.wordpress.com