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Lewes

Lewes is known as the ‘The First Town in the First State’.  It was founded by the Dutch in 1631 and incorporated in 1883.  In 2006, Lewes was selected by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America’s “Dozen Distinctive Destinations,” and was named a “Preserve America Community" by former first lady Laura Bush.  Its history is rich and is on display in the Zwaanendael Museum.   Lewes’s population is 2,803.

Why Live Here

Lewes has a lovely mix of historic homes, new construction and established neighborhoods.  Whatever type of home or community you prefer, Lewes will not dissappoint.  Living in Lewes means dining, shopping, medical services and work are nearby.  Live here, work here and play here!

Why Vacation Here

Loaded with quaint shops and delicious restaurants, Lewes is one of our favorite places on earth!   Within a half-square mile you will find the Historic district, museums, many Inns, Bed & Breakfasts, fine restaurants, and a variety of fine shops. 

The town is situated where the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean meet at Cape Henlopen.  The beauty of Cape Henlopen State Park cannot be rivaled!  In this preserved land you find miles of beautiful beaches, nature trails and bird sanctuaries.

 


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Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth Beach was incorporated in 1873 to create a seaside resort.  By 1878, a railroad was extended to bring even more visitors and businesses to the town.

Why Live Here

Despite the growth and maturing, the residential and commercial areas have retained the friendly charm and ambiance that reflect Rehoboth Beach's historic past.

Why Vacation Here

Rehoboth Beach, known as "The Nation's Summer Capital" boasts a mile-long boardwalk that is home to iconic landmarks such as Dolle's, Funland, and the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. Vacationers travel here from all over the United States to sit in the sand, soak up the sun, splash in the Atlantic Ocean, and dine in the dozens of restuarants!


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Seaford

Founded in 1726 and incorporated in 1865, Seaford was originally an agricultural center.  Once the home of DuPont Company's first nylon plan, Seaford boasted the title "The Nylon Capital of the World".  Governon William Ross Plantation is at the northern boundary of Seaford.  The Itialian Reniassance mansian serves as Seaford's welcome center.

Why Live Here

Small town charm, affordability, proximity to major area attractions are all reasons we love living in Seaford!  Far enough from the beach to avoid heavy traffic, yet close enough for a quick trip!  Seaford is the largest city within Sussex County and was voted the 28th Best Small Town in America (The 100 Best Small Towns in America. New York: Prentice Hall.)  Seaford is home to Nanticoke Memorial Hospital and the Seaford School District, which services children in Seaford, Blades, Concord, Middleford, and Woodland. The district contains four elementary schools, one middle school and Seaford Senior High School.


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Milford

Milford was founded in 1680, incorporated in 1807 and straddles Sussex and Kent Counties.  Originally, the town was a plot of land granted to the Duke of York for producing lumber for England.  It was named "Saw Mill Range".  The Missipillion River Walk, a greenway space for preserving the waterfront, is in the heart of Milford.

Why Live Here

It's a win-win-win!  Milford offers affordable living, quality health care services and schools, fine dining options as well as easy travel.  Why not live in Milford?  Highway One provides simple access to both Southern and Northern Delaware.