Articles tagged with: Rehoboth

28January

Data-Driven Market Analysis

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group's 2015 Statistical Newsletters are Here!

 

Happy 2016 from all of us at The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group!  We hope you are staying warm and enjoying a great start to the New Year. It is hard to believe that another year has passed so quickly, but it is time for our annual sales report:

The Year in Real Estate – 2015 Statistics.

 

Lewes Statistical Newsletter 2015

 

Rehoboth Statistical Newsletter 2015

 

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group compiles these reports each year to analyze our local real estate market activity. We find this data incredibly helpful toward our own informed market analyses for home buyers and sellers, and we are pleased to share it with you. As you will see, the market continues to be strong.

 

Note: We assemble this information from the Multiple Listing Service of the Sussex County Association of REALTORS®, which includes sales data from all of its participating real estate brokers and agents in the areas displayed in this report.

 

Remarkably, this past year proved to be the best year ever in terms of sales for The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group. We are continually grateful for the confidence our customers place in us.

 

Thank you for making us #1 Real Estate Team in Sussex County for 2015 – a distinction we have been honored to hold for more than a dozen years.

 

If you have any questions about this information or the market value of your home, please always feel free to call us at (302) 645-6664. We would be honored to put our experience and market analysis to work for you when you are in the market for a REALTOR! 

 

Best wishes as always for an early spring!

 

22January

Winter IS Coming

Protect Your Investment!

 

It’s not a TV foreshadowing…it looks like a stark reality that winter may actually pay us a longer visit this weekend. After a wonderfully mild fall and winter here at Delaware’s beaches, the forecast calls for high winds, coastal flooding, snow and rain. While we may (thankfully) not get as much snow as our DC and Northern neighbors, the wind and potential flooding are definitely causes to get prepared.

 

Here are a few tips for homeowners to try to prevent costly damage and keep you safe:

 

Gutters – make sure they’re clear so ice doesn’t back up under shingles and they don’t cave under the weight.

Trees – be watchful of stray branches that may fall on your house or car.

Roof – keep an eye on worn, missing or damaged siding and roof flashing so you can save yourself a leak.

Chimney – inspect for any cracks.

Attic – add to the insulation on your attic floor, both to keep heat in and let the area above the insulation stay cool enough so snow isn’t likely to melt and refreeze.

Exposed pipes - wrap exposed pipes with insulation sleeves or 2 inches of Underwriters Laboratories (UL)-listed heat tape.

Cables – caulk cracks and holes around cable TV wires so interior pipes are not exposed.

“Trickle down” – allow a water trickle from any faucets connected to pipes that run through unheated or unprotected spaces.

Get smart – make sure you know where your home's main water valve is (typically in the basement or outside near the curb) so you can turn water off quickly if a pipe bursts. Also, drain the water system to prevent pipes from freezing damage and bursting if you go away.

Keep warm – If you are leaving your home, lower the heat but don't turn it all the way off.

Prepare pets – In addition to your own provisions, make sure you have enough pet food. And if your pet doesn’t like going outside when there’s snow on the ground, proactively put down a secured tarp. Then, after the snow, fold it back and you have a cleared space for your pet’s necessities J

Post-snow - clear snow and ice from walkways, steps and driveways. Treat these areas with rock salt or deicing products. And if you haven’t been active lately, take it easy! Shoveling is hard work.

 

Above all, stay safe inside!

 

Tips adapted from USAA and Federal Alliance for Safe Homes.

 

Posted in Local News and Information

21January

Celebrating the BHHS Gallo Realty Family

 

Celebrating 2015 with our BHHS Gallo Family

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is proud to be part of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Gallo Realty family - both as a sales team and literally as “family” (Lee Ann’s parents, Bette and Sal Gallo founded Gallo Realty). We’re especially aware of this real estate family connection at our annual sales meeting, which was January 13, 2016 at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach. As we do each year, our entire team from Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach offices got together to celebrate the hard work of the prior year and recommit to our ultimate goal of being “community-minded and customer-focused.”

As our company Vice President and Rehoboth Beach broker, Andrew Ratner, shared at the meeting, BHHS Gallo Realty is now 120+ agents strong. This past year marked the highest total number of closed transactions in our company history – 852 – and $306 million in sales volume. Our company welcomed 13 new sales agents last year and celebrated individual and team accomplishments both in the sales and rental departments.


The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group was honored to receive top award, The Chairman’s Circle Diamond Award, for over $100 million in sales volume.

On the national level, the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network is composed of over 40,000 agents in 1,200 offices in 47 states. In 2016, BHHS will: launch a new television commercial; sponsor another sweepstakes program in conjunction with HGTV; participate in networking groups including ReThink Council, the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals, and Facebook groups; refine its Luxury Collection brand; and expand into an international franchise.

Read more about the meeting and awards here in The Cape Gazette article.

We thank all of our fellow team members and clients for an exceptional 2015!

 

Posted in BHHS Gallo News

27November

Ho-Ho-Holiday Events at the Beach!

 Ho-ho-holiday Hot Tickets!

Thanksgiving is barely behind us and annual Christmas season and holiday events are ON at the beach!

 

Here’s a quick view to help you plan your next week!

 

 

Friday, 11/27 – 6:30 p.m. 

Rehoboth Beach Holiday Tree Lighting at the Bandstand


Saturday, 11/28 – 6 p.m.                 

Dewey Beach Tree Lighting at Fifer’s Orchards market

 

Tuesday, 12/1 – 6:30 p.m.              

Rehoboth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade

 

Wednesday, 12/2 – 7:30 p.m.          

Milton Christmas Parade

 

Thursday, 12/3

5 p.m. – 8 p.m.     

Lewes Merchants’ Hospitality Night, Second Street


7 p.m.                  

Georgetown Christmas Parade, W. Market/Front Streets

 

Friday, 12/4 – 6:30-10 p.m.             

Children’s Beach House Holiday Art Show and Sale (cbhinc.org for info)

 

Saturday, 12/5

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.     

Lewes in Bloom Christmas Market, St. Peter’s Church/Zwaanendael Park

 

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.     

42nd Annual Christmas Tour of Lewes (historiclewes.org for info)

 

5 p.m. 

Lewes Christmas Parade, Savannah and Second Streets

 

Get your holiday season off to a great start and go see a parade! 

 

Posted in Local News and Information

25November

Shop Local This "Small Business Saturday" - and beyond!

With the biggest shopping day of the year upon us, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group wants to support our local friends and businesses this “Small Business Saturday” – Saturday, November 28, 2015. American Express started this initiative nationally to raise support for the independently owned retail shops, restaurants and service providers in communities across our country. 

In Sussex County and our beach towns, small businesses are truly the backbone of our economy. 

We have always had so many wonderful boutiques and restaurants; however, as any small business owner can tell you - including my own “mom and pop,” Bette and Sal Gallo, who started their real estate business four decades ago - opening and sustaining a “small business” is no “small task.” 

Imagine what our towns would be like without the shops that sustain our local economy.  These locally owned and run businesses essentially make Delaware beaches unique places to live and set us apart as real departures from suburbia. The more our small businesses thrive, the better it is for all of us: locals and visitors alike.

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is thankful for the support of our local customers, local colleagues and services, and we are happy to support other local small businesses, too.

Happy local shopping!

Posted in Local News and Information

11September

Weekend Open Houses

 We’re rolling out welcome mats all over town!

Looking for a beach property - but don’t know where to start?

Trying to decide between new construction, a distinctive classic, or an amenity-rich 55+ community?

 

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has you covered!

Join us each day this weekend for an Open House at three distinct properties/locations:

 

Friday, September 11

3 – 5 p.m.

Angler’s Nest

Starting at $689,900

Lewes Beach - by the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal

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Saturday, September 12

12-3 p.m.

45 Oak Avenue

Rehoboth Beach

Offered at $1,299,000

In the sought-after Pines area

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Sunday, September 13

1-3 p.m.

30145 George Washington Avenue

Offered at $474,900

Independence, a 55+ Community

 

For more information about these great homes, or any other property at the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by phone at (302) 645-6664, or visit our website at www.LeeAnnGroup.com

 

As the top selling Realtor in Sussex County for 2014, and the #8 sales group for BHHS nationwide, we deliver "Superior Service, Outstanding Results," 7-days-a-week!

 

Posted in Beach Homes

07September

Happy Labor Day!

From all of us at The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group, Happy Labor Day! We hope you are enjoying well-deserved rest and relaxation today. 

Summer isn't over yet, but we are looking forward to ushering in the best-kept secret at the beach - gorgeous weather and less-crowded beaches. 

 

If you are thinking of making a move, either buying a home to join us all year or selling a home, please give us a call at 302.645.6664. It's our favorite time of year and still a great time to get your toes in the sand!

Posted in Local News and Information

25August

Neighborhood Spotlight

WOLFE POINTE

 

Looking for a luxury neighborhood lifestyle that’s modern yet established, close to a charming historic town AND the bay, the ocean, nature trails, waterways, water sports, shopping, dining, and more? Wolfe Pointe is your answer!

 

This well-located neighborhood features large, custom-built homes on spacious lots, some backing to state wetlands. Several lots are currently for sale, which gives you even more opportunity to customize. The Wolfe Pointe Community features an outdoor pool, tennis courts, common areas – and again, it offers easy access to Downtown Historic Lewes, Cape Henlopen State Park, and biking/walking trails to Rehoboth Beach.

 

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has several homes and lots currently listed in a variety of sizes and price ranges. Take a look and feel free to contact us with any questions or for more information!

 

36087 Tarpon Drive

Offered at $1,350,000

COASTAL LIFESTYLE SHOWPIECE & UNPARALLELED PRIVACY 

Evoke a Charleston and Low Country feel with this masterfully designed home.  As the perfect venue to enjoy privacy and expansive views of the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal, this custom home offers 5,000 square feet of gracious, comfortable living. Bask in the retreat-like elegance of the amazing owner’s suite and luxury bath - which allows for one-floor living. Entertain in the professionally appointed gourmet kitchen and numerous rooms for relaxing - including 2 screened porches and 4 decks. Family and guests will appreciate third-floor privacy and miles of exceptional views. An ample three-car garage and versatile first floor with loads of storage complete the picture. Gorgeous landscaped grounds, impeccable interior, and coastal location make this residence truly exceptional. 

 

35851 Tarpon Drive

Offered at $899,900

STYLE PERFECTION

Impeccable from first glance, this 4BR, 4.5BA home offers upgrades galore! Tasteful decor and refinished hardwoods provide the canvas for this truly exceptional home featuring four suites, first- and second-floor master bedrooms with sitting areas and luxury baths; formal dining and living rooms, inviting family room, dazzling gourmet kitchen with marble and soap stone countertops, Electrolux refrigeration, and stainless steel appliances. Enjoy the natural haven that surrounds you from multiple porches and balconies with wetland views, lush landscaping, and so much more!

 

16675 Blue Marlin Court

Offered at $829,900

EXQUISITE CUSTOM HOME

Wolfe Pointe home delivers the “wow!” factor!  High-end details and spacious floor plan feature first and second floor master suites with luxury baths, 9/10-foot ceilings, coffered and tray ceilings with custom moldings, two Rinnai water heaters, full basement roughed-in for bath and more!  Just take a quick bike ride to Historic Lewes, or hop on the trail to Rehoboth Beach.

 

16650 Blue Marlin Court (building lot)

Offered at $419,000

LOT TO LOVE

…on this tree-lined lot on the perimeter of Wolfe Pointe. Enjoy cascading views of the wetlands and a private, cul-de-sac location in this prestigious beach community. Build your dream home with no builder tie-in! Reach downtown Historic Lewes, beaches, restaurants and the bike/walking trail to Rehoboth Beach with ease.

 

16908 Black Marlin Circle (building lot)

Offered at $349,900

BASK IN SUNSHINE AND PRIVACY

Choose this sought-after locale for your new home in Lewes’ Wolfe Pointe. Gorgeous site offers perfect wetland views with bright southerly exposure, marsh view, and the endless privacy of a well-located, wooded back yard. No builder tie-in! Your scene it set, just envision your dream home and make the move. Don’t miss it!

 

13July

Is there an app for that?

 

Real estate websites and apps are a great way to stay up on the market, see what’s for sale, and research what our own properties are worth. Sometimes, however, there's no substitute for local "real" estate - answers from real people. At The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group, we hear many “frequently asked questions” about the market, but this one has cropped up a lot lately:

 

Why is there a difference between what you say my house is worth and what Zillow recommends?

Here’s our reply:

At The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group, we recommend a price range through our Comparative Market Analysis program and the Multiple Listing Service. We look at comparable properties currently listed, those under contract and those that have recently sold in a given area. Generally, in-town properties are increasing in value slowly and new communities are starting a bit higher than in past months. Sellers ultimately approve their own asking price - but we typically advise to use caution with apps like Zillow. These apps calculate prices without local market knowledge - and here’s a key point - cannot differentiate between a property that’s one house from the beach and six houses from the beach. We use a combination of historical data plus local on-the-ground knowledge and experience to recommend a listing price.

Feel free to call The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at (302) 645-6664 with your real estate questions!


For more information about the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by phone at (302) 645-6664, or visit our website atwww.LeeAnnGroup.com

 

As the top selling Realtor in Sussex County for 2014, and the #8 sales group for BHHS nationwide, we deliver "Superior Service, Outstanding Results," 7-days-a-week!

 

Posted in Local News and Information

08July

Recipe for Selling 2015

Sussex County farmers’ market season is getting in full swing, which means gorgeous crops of tomatoes, zucchini, berries, peaches, the list goes on, are filling the farmers' tables. It’s a perfect time to pull the tried-and-true zucchini bread or cobbler recipe out of the card box (or Google one, it’s 2015!).

We go back to the favorites out of tradition and because those recipes never fail. Adding some chocolate chips to the zucchini bread or mixing berries in the cobbler, even mixing tomatoes and peaches for a refreshing caprese salad, can liven up your table and make the flavors pop.

If you are selling your home, you may want to consider this strategy for your own property: Take a look at your home and consider how you can make your property “fresh for the picking.”

Here’s a ‘tried-and-true’ recipe we like to start with at The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group. Turning again to a cooking analogy, take a look at presentation, the first impression

Price: The ultimate “first impression.”  Make sure your house is priced accordingly (competitively and attractively) if you want to sell quickly. 

Presentation: Why do we put off doing those little things for ourselves while we are living in a home – until it’s time for someone else to enjoy it?  It’s common, but NOW is definitely the time to do these projects.  People form first impressions on sensory information, not necessarily on ‘what could be.’

Try to take a look at your home with fresh eyes. Or, ask your REALTOR to make recommendations based on her or his first impression.  These tips may seem obvious – and it may seem that buyer should be able to envision everything clean – but it’s a lot easier to envision when it actually IS clean! (The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group offers a free staging consultation.) 

Walk into your house and take a deep breath with a 'fresh' nose. Do you smell your pets or smoky furniture?  Has your home been closed up with A/C – or do you need a fresh filter?  The old ‘baking cookies for the open house’ strategy works for a reason!  You can, however, have too much of a good thing.  Try to go for neutral versus too much potpourri or heavy scents.  People love a fresh, new smell.

Eliminate clutter and paperwork.  The fine Lladro figurines may be beautiful, but they are also precious, breakable and set a certain style.  Take time to put them away carefully and set a neutral stage for your prospective buyer.

Freshen your paint, and wipe down ceiling fans, walls, handrails, baseboards, and light switches (even swap out dated light switches for more modern ones with dimmers).

Inspect all of your sinks, faucets, and toilets for drips and leaks.  Seal leaky faucets, replace washers, and caulk where necessary. Consider ordering a professional home inspection now, before the often-hectic contract timeframe, so you don’t encounter surprises.

Don’t neglect the outside.  With all the rain we have had lately, make sure your gutters are cleaned out and check your basement for any water leakage or mildew. Plus, standing water breeds mosquitoes! Clip your flowers and gardens to keep them looking great, too.

Recipe for Success

Unlike baking, home selling is not an exact science.  These tips are based on more than 30 years of home-selling experience, and are by no means all-inclusive!  One thing to keep in mind is that today, most people look online first and have already "seen" the inside of your home with photos and Virtual Tours, so putting your best foot forward at the moment you list your home is key.

The most successful recipe at The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is equal parts experience and current market knowledge – with a dash of intuition and flexibility.  Please visit us online at www.LeeAnnGroup.com or call us at (302) 645-6664 to customize a recipe for selling your home!

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

25May

Summertime and the Selling Is...

 

 

 

Easy? Well, easier - with the right advice!

 

 

On our “beach calendar,” the summer season starts now: Memorial Day Weekend.  Schools still have a few more weeks of classes, and the true start of the season is a little later in June; but around the Delaware beaches, it feels like SUMMER!

If you are looking to sell a home, now is definitely the time to make sure everything is in good shape.  Here are a few tips to consider to help make selling “easy” (at least as easy as possible!):

1.      Price: Make sure your house is priced accordingly if you want to sell quickly. 

2.      Disclosure: When listing your house with a Realtor, you will be asked to complete a standard Delaware “Seller’s Disclosure” form.  Taking time to review and check every box will expedite your sale immeasurably and save you time and frustration once a contract comes in.

3.      Flexibility: Consider some things you may compromise on, and know the absolute lowest price you would entertain.  Also, consider negotiating housewares and fixtures that may appeal to prospective buyers, such as new drapes, custom blinds, that stylish dining room chandelier, even a new washer/dryer. 

4.      Clutter:  A spotless, clutter-free home shows best.  Remove any unnecessary papers and knick-knacks, then go back and do it again!

5.      Incentive: If you are highly motivated and your house is not garnering the attention you expect, or if there is high competition in your neighborhood, consider offering an incentive like sharing the buyer’s closing costs.

6.      Maintenance: Keeping your lawn cut and neat and allowing as much access as you can for showings will help your sale, too.  It is a little tough this time of year if you entertain family and friends, but it will help during this prime buying season. 

Lastly, and most importantly, enjoy your summer at the beach!

 

If you are considering selling and have questions about the market, what your home is worth, and how to best stage it for showings, please call us! The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has a team of experienced professionals that are ready to help you make selling easy!

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group

(302) 645-6664

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Posted in Local News and Information

23May

Open Houses Memorial Day Weekend

 

 

 

Take a break from the beach on Sunday and find YOUR 

first -or next- beach investment!

 

 

  

OPEN HOUSES!

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Noon – 2 p.m.

212 Savannah Road

Historic Lewes

&

91 Columbia Avenue

Rehoboth Beach

 

Rehoboth Beach: 91 Columbia Avenue - $1,080,000

REHOBOTH CLASSIC 

Timeless appeal in “The Pines” charmingly maintained. Enormous potential for enjoyment or rental, as well as rare in-town preserved parkland across the street. Your setting for generations of Rehoboth Beach memories! Four bedrooms, updated kitchen, exposed beams and huge screened/glass porch. Plenty of space for relaxing before or after a day at the beach!

 

Historic Lewes:  212 Savannah Road - $899,900

IMPRESSIVE & IN-TOWN

Extremely well-crafted and preserved hallmark of Downtown Lewes is also prime commercial space! Amazing location near Second Street allows you to live and work with many possibilities for your at-home business. Property showcases many custom, classic Victorian details inside; detached garage and rear off-street parking. A versatile gem in the heart of town!

Call The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at (302) 645-6664

or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions!

09May

Mom Would Love a House in Rehoboth Beach!

Columbia Avenue Open House on Saturday

Join us to tour one of the premier homes currently available in Rehoboth Beach this Mother's Day Weekend!

Saturday, May 10, 2014

12 to 3 p.m.

91 Columbia Avenue

Rehoboth Beach

$1,080,000

 

REHOBOTH CLASSIC 

Timeless appeal in “The Pines” charmingly maintained. Enormous potential for enjoyment or rental, as well as rare in-town preserved parkland across the street. Your setting for generations of Rehoboth Beach memories! Four bedrooms, updated kitchen, exposed beams and huge screened/glass porch. Plenty of space for relaxing before or after a day at the beach!

For more information about this great home, or any other property at the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by phone at (302) 645-6664.

 

Posted in Rehoboth

09May

Hiring a Real Estate Agent?

Referrals Are Key

People often get interviews for jobs based on specific criteria. Then, the key to whether or not they actually get hired comes down to “fit.” Hiring a real estate agent is no different.  Homebuyers and sellers should consider a range of qualifications when selecting a realtor – and ultimately decide what matters most: Experience? Referrals? Results? Fit?

Members of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group are happy to share our experience with prospective clients.  Referrals and references are the cornerstone of our business.  Our website, www.LeeAnnGroup.com, offers many of our much-appreciated client testimonials.  Each member of our team has been recognized for assisting customers, and we are grateful that buyers and sellers have taken the time to express their appreciation!

We are pleased to share just one of our recent testimonials:

I wanted to tell you what a pleasure it was working with you.  We really loved your approach.  Being in D.C., we are used to realtors that want you to sign an agent agreement before they will show you anything and then put and lot of pressure on you to try and make decisions quickly.  We never felt that from you, and it made the whole experience much more enjoyable.  You were always incredibly responsive – nights, weekends, whenever, but we never felt like we were at all rushed.  You gave us a lot of valuable input and guidance, and then listened to what it is we were looking for.   I’m sure part of this is just a difference in the size of the markets, but we both much prefer your approach.  We are very excited about the prospect of our new home, and we feel like we got the right deal for us. Thank you again.  You were the perfect realtor for us.

-      Joseph and Shina

Our Resume

Sales volume, the number of properties sold (as buyer agent or seller agent) is an important factor for many people.  The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group leads Sussex County Realtors again for 2013 in sales volume and ranks 7th out of over 47,000 Prudential/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices agents nationwide. 

It’s true that we are busy!  This pace actually enables us to serve the needs of more clients:  We often put buyers and sellers together quickly, based on a strong local network and real-time real estate knowledge.  Additionally, we have a strong working knowledge of most of the properties on the market and their current market value.

All members of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group sales team - Lee Ann, Chris Holt, Carrie Gentile, Trish Irwin, Garrett King, Dane Baich, Erin Lee, Mark Robinson, Dawn Singley, Cyndi Myers, Billie Wilkinson, Taylor Wilkinson, Bob Green and Beth Heid – work together to make sure buyers and sellers receive quick answers and superior service.  Our office is open seven days a week.

Each of us also recognizes that homebuyers and sellers here at the Delaware beaches have many choices when selecting a real estate agent.  Buying or selling a home is a huge investment; so, just like hiring for any position, it sometimes comes down to “fit” – what matters most and who can make you feel comfortable with your purchase.  



For more information about The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group, please visit our website at www.LeeAnnGroup.com, call us at (302) 645-6664, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. You could even stop by the office at 16698 Kings Highway, Suite A, in Lewes!

Posted in National Real Estate News

16April

Hop To It! Easter Weekend Open Houses

Join us this weekend for a peek at these great homes!

Easter Weekend Open Houses

Hosted by The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group

Hop To It...Your beach home awaits you!

Get a jump on the summer and get a first-hand look

at several locations and styles this weekend:

OPEN HOUSES in Downtown Lewes & Rehoboth Beach

Saturday, April 19, 2014

12 – 2 p.m.

IN DOWNTOWN LEWES

310 A/B Burton Avenue

A: $549,900/ B: $539,900

New Construction, Thoughtful Design

Stylish “towne homes” across from Shipcarpenter Square deliver charm and location! Unit A is 4BR, 2.5 BA at $549,900; Unit B is 3BR, 2.5 BA at $539,900. Both offer open floorplan, fireplace, and custom touches.

 

212 Savannah Road

$899,900

Impressive & In-town

Extremely well-crafted and preserved hallmark of Downtown Lewes is also prime commercial space! Amazing location near Second Street allows you to live and work with many possibilities for your at-home business. Property showcases many custom, classic Victorian details inside; detached garage and rear off-street parking. A versatile gem in the heart of town!

 

IN REHOBOTH BEACH

91 Columbia Avenue

 “The Pines”

$1,080,000

Rehoboth Beach Classic

Timeless appeal in “The Pines” charmingly maintained. Enormous potential for enjoyment or rental, as well as rare in-town preserved parkland across the street. It’s your setting for generations of Rehoboth Beach memories! Four bedrooms, updated kitchen, exposed beams and huge screened/glass porch. Plenty of space for relaxing before or after a day at the beach!

 

20687 Tradewinds Court, Rehoboth Beach

$649,900

Perfect Beach Getaway!

Don’t miss this beautiful home in the quiet Key West style community - Tradewinds Grove. Ride your bike to the beaches of Rehoboth or Dewey, or enjoy the community pool.  Home features a spacious open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, upstairs den, tile flooring throughout, and more!

For more information about these great homes, or any other property at the Delaware Beaches, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by phone at (302) 645-6664, or visit our website at www.LeeAnnGroup.com

Posted in Local News and Information

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