Southern Delaware's unique approach to life has long drawn new home buyers to the region. Whether it's the small town feel, the relaxed atmosphere or the beautiful beaches, the area continues to expand and grow.
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Broadkill Beach is a family oriented, nature lover's paradise for all water sports as well as beach activities.
Lewes, Delaware is the First Town of the First State and ideally situated on Cape Henlopen which separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Delaware Bay. Real estate opportunities abound, and local communities are rich with existing homes and available lots.
Milton, Delaware is only 7 miles from the Delaware Bay in a direct line but many more by the convoluted Broadkill, is one of the little old Delaware towns that prospered through shipbuilding and shipping in the 19 century. The shipyards have long ago disappeared from the foot of Union and Federal Streets... The business section displays a rare lot of the permanent store awnings, wood or metal roofed, that was used to shade the sidewalk in front of nearly every store in lower Delaware, but have disappeared from main streets. The old part of the town contains many old cypress-shingled houses characteristic of eastern Sussex County.
It offers beautiful beaches, renowned shops and restaurants, endless attractions... and yet it still retains that quaint, small town feel. Welcome to Rehoboth Beach. Learn more about moving to your own little slice of paradise today.
This charming bay front community is an excellent escape from everyday life! It sits on the Delaware Bay in Slaughter Beach, DE, a sleepy little town with nature abound! It is located only 1.5 hours south of Wilmington, 2 hours south of Philadelphia, and 2.5 hours east of Washington, DC. Founded in 1681 and incorporated in 1931, until recently it was home to the only wooden frame lighthouse still standing in Delaware. Overlooking the Mispillion River and Cedar Creek, the lighthouse was in the National Register of Historic Places. Slaughter Beach is also home to the Milford Neck Wildlife Area.
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