Delaware Beach Towns
Southern Delaware has no shortage of premier real estate opportunities – from shore neighborhoods to relaxing communities that rest well off the beaten path, there’s a little something for every lifestyle.
Whether you want to be right on the surf in Rehoboth and Dewey, in the center of town in Lewes and Milton or harbored a bit farther off the coast in Georgetown and Millsboro, Katie can help find the home for you.
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The First Town in the First State offers an idyllic mixture of beach life and small-town living. From the local beach, to the state park, to the yesteryear feel of the town’s business district (notably Second Street), Lewes remains one of southern Delaware’s most popular real estate hot spots.More Lewes Information
Gorgeous beaches, happening hangouts and ideal family vacation spots – there’s not many destinations on the Eastern seaboard that can rival Rehoboth Beach. Real estate is readily available, from beach homes to secluded communities and condos – Rehoboth has them all, and is ready to welcome you to its lifestyle.More Rehoboth Beach Information
A little bit farther away from the action – but only by mere minutes – Milton epitomizes southern Delaware’s small town atmosphere. With a quiet, close-knit in-town and dozens of small communities on the outskirts, there’s no shortage of available homes.More Milton Information
Situated in what’s nearly the dead center of Sussex County, Georgetown finds itself right in between the region’s beach life to the east and quiet farms to the west. A historical center that is home to some of the county’s oldest buildings, Georgetown presents a variety of real estate opportunities for interested parties.More Georgetown Information
Situated well off the coast, Millsboro offers its residents privacy and a quiet life away from the bustling beaches – even during the tourist-laden summers. At the same time, though, it keeps you close enough to enjoy the beach life when it suits you.More Millsboro Information