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05May

Weekend Events Defy Weather and Signal Summer!

Out and about this weekend? You have plenty to keep you busy (especially on Saturday!). From sidewalk sales, plant sales, a car show and amusement rides to waterfront yoga in the park on Sunday, it’s a perfect itinerary for Mother’s Day weekend. Something for everyone!  

Enjoy these events and the many now-open restaurants in Downtown Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, and surrounding areas this weekend. If you just want to relax at home, stop by Lloyd's IGA for some local Sussex County strawberries and Lewes Dairy cream. Mmmmm.

 

May 6-8, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Lewes Merchants’ Sidewalk Sales

Downtown Lewes

Shake off the drizzle and warm up to some great deals at Annual Spring Indoor/Outdoor Marchants’ Sidewalk Sales in the Lewes Historic Shopping District

 

May 7, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Lewes in Bloom Spring Plant Sale

Second and Bank Streets

Perfect timing for Spring planting!

 

May 7, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

British Motorcar Show

NEW LOCATION: Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal

The British are coming…but the usual location was too soggy. Visit the show with plenty of parking at the Ferry! Sponsored by the Lewes Chamber.

 

May 7, 1 p.m.

FUNLAND Opens for 2016 Season!

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Avenue at the Boardwalk

It’s a favorite Mother’s Day Weekend tradition! Bring your quarters and any Funland tickets you have left from past years (they never expire!) and be the first to hop on the Merry-Go-Round or play Skee-Ball! Don’t forget to get ice cream at The Royal Treat afterward.

 

May 7, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Dewey Beach Arts Fest

Dagsworthy Street, Dewey Beach

Arts, crafts and lots of fun! Click here for more info.

 

May 7, 10:30 Registration; Noon start

Cinco De Mayo Chihuahua Dog Races

Dewey Beach Life-Saving Station

Chihuahua Races starting at noon! Whether you register or spectate, who would miss this event?

All net revenue will be donated to the Dewey Beach Lifeguards.

 

May 8, 8 – 9 a.m.

Yoga in the Park Returns!

Lewes Canalfront Park

Join Dimitra Yoga for a serene start to your Sunday and finish off your weekend. Bring a mat and enjoy the setting by the water. Free; donations accepted.

Posted in Local News and Information

03May

Best-Kept Secret: Lewes Beach!

Locals know…Lewes Beach is the best-kept secret on the East Coast!

 

Our Delaware Bay beach is an Idyllic setting any time of year for beachcombing, privacy and relaxation. We’re headed into the height of fishing, seining, boating and FUN. The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has several featured properties to consider. Is it time to make your move?

 

1803 Cedar St
Lewes, DE 19958

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2 Full, 1 Half
2,152 sq. ft. on 0.17 acres
Year Built: 1958

$739,000

YEAR-ROUND LIVING, STEPS TO THE BEACH!

Imagine strolling to the sands of the Delaware Bay each morning and enjoying sunsets over the canal each evening. This turn-key custom-built home offers that freedom - steps to one of the nicest sections of Lewes Beach in the desirable, quiet north end. Snowbird? It's perfect: enjoy the magnificent Spring, Summer and Fall in Lewes, then head south for the Winter!

This bright, spacious home is lovingly maintained and well appointed by original owners. Renovations, expansions and quality craftsmanship are complemented by full-view Anderson casement windows, Pella bay windows and recessed lighting. Open, inverted floor plan, large living/sun room, dining room, wet bar and well-equipped kitchen maximize sunlight and unobstructed dune views. Enjoy sunsets over Canal from the rear deck. Two living rooms, laundry room with computer nook and outside shower are a bonus. Enjoy a rare at the beach-2-car attached garage and large backyard, too! Walk to the inlet for fishing, the Lewes Yacht Club & Marina, or take an easy bike ride to Cape Henlopen State Park or Downtown Historic Lewes!

Large property offers plenty of room to expand with the possibility for full bay and canal views. Bring your dreams or invest in a great property with excellent rental track record. So many options!

 

2003 Cedar St
Lewes, DE 19958

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1 Full
992 sq. ft. on 0.17 acres
Year Built: 1965

$649,999

ENJOY AND ENVISION THE POTENTIAL!

Adorable, quintessential Lewes Beach Cottage sits just one block to the glistening Delaware Bay and sandy Lewes beach. Ready and waiting for your enjoyment now, from the spacious back deck or enclosed porch with unobstructed wetland views, this awesome location is also ripe for your forward-thinking design and offers potential for premier bay views. Sought-after spot is a go-to second home, weekly summer rental, or future retreat. So much potential awaits!

 

313 East Savannah Road
Lewes, DE 19958

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2 Full
1,464 sq. ft. on 0.13 acres
Year Built: 2004

$749,900

BEACH SPECTACULAR

Throw down your anchor on Lewes Beach! A standout in our local Lewes Beach landscape, this ocean-themed home is visually stunning both outside and inside and the ideal beach lover's destination for color, comfort and style. It's a ready-made dream come true with murals, fresh hues, cottage style kitchen and open family room/gathering space, 3BR, 2BA, and luxe wood floors. Spacious outside deck offers endless options for enjoying the heart of beach living, hosting friends for a clambake, bushels of crabs, you name it! Extra rooftop level deck adds to natural Lewes Beach views. Walk to the Bay and Historic Downtown Lewes!

 

11 California Ave
Lewes, DE 19958

0.2 acres
$749,000

BUILD YOUR DREAM BEACH HOME!

Being sold for land value, custom design your Lewes Beach house. Just steps from the bay and a short bike ride to Historic Lewes, shops and dining.

 

Any of these great properties pique your interest? Give us a call at 302.645.6664 for a private tour!

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

02May

Top Rehoboth Activities

Kudos to VacationIdea.com for this handy list of the “best things to do” in Rehoboth Beach! We agree – this list hits major highlights for recreation in our great beach town.

The list could be even longer, of course!

Have fun exploring Rehoboth Beach, Historic Lewes, and all our great beach towns surrounding both.

FYI: Funland opens THIS WEEKEND! Get your tickets and quarters ready for the big green garage doors to open on Saturday, May 7 at 1 p.m.

And you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see most of your favorite Rehoboth Beach restaurants open, too (have you had breakfast at The Royal Treat yet?)!

Here's the article.

Enjoy!

Posted in Rehoboth

06December

Make Your List, Check-in at Open Houses Twice!

 

 

 

 

This weekend is the actual, official start of the Christmas Holiday Season in Lewes, Delaware - full of holiday festivities for the young, young-at-heart, and everyone in between.

 

 

 

 

Saturday DAYTIME: Get Your Holiday Spirit Started!

It looks like the perfect weekend for the Annual Soup Luncheon at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on Second Street (from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.) - in conjunction with the 40th Annual Christmas Tour of Lewes homes (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.).  After you’ve warmed yourself at St. Peter’s, venture out to tour festive homes around town, both traditional and contemporary, to jump-start your own holiday inspiration!

You can purchase tickets for the luncheon and tour, which is sponsored by Community Bank of Delaware, at the Ryves Holt House and Lewes Chamber of Commerce Office (on Kings Highway near the Zwannendael Museum). Tickets purchased the day of the tour are $25.00.  Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult. 

 

Open Houses

As you stroll through town or explore around Pilottown Road, please consider stopping into an open house at one of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group’s premier listings.  These two homes are quite different, showcasing the fact that we can likely find the home on YOUR wish list at the beach!

Open this Saturday, December 7, 12 -3 p.m.:

309 W. Third Street

Downtown Historic Lewes

&

35580 Peregrine Road

Hawkseye

Saturday EVENING:  Don’t Miss Santa!

For many, the “official” start of the holiday season in Lewes is a little later in the day at the 82nd Annual Lewes Christmas Parade.  The parade kicks off at 5p.m. on Savannah Road at Sussex Drive and ends in front of King’s Ice Cream on Second Street. Cozy up to your friends and neighbors to cheer on the floats, musicians, and fantastic Lewes hook and ladder fire truck with its ‘special guest’…

Stay warm and dry this weekend!

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

14September

Fall Forecast

Market and Weather Conditions

Fall Forecast

If we are talking about weather, our outlook is sunny and 70 degrees - a breath of fresh air for fall!  If we are talking about real estate, our local outlook continues to warm up - a breath of fresh air for sellers!

“Inventory” has been the hot word for the past several months.  The number of homes available for sale has been historically low, both nationwide and locally.  This summer, while we saw the frequency of new listings rise, many homes sold within a week of hitting the market, especially lots and homes in-town/in downtown Lewes. 

With this rise in homes on the market, we also saw an increase in multiple offers for certain properties.  Even though interest rates are edging up, it is still a great time to purchase a home.  So, if you have been considering selling your home, it’s a good time to consider your own long-range forecast!  The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is always available to consult with potential sellers (and buyers!) about your home value, comparable local sales, and your own marketing plan.  Contact us anytime for more information.

 

Weekend Outlook - Sunny with a chance of dragons

This weekend’s weather shift is also a perfect time for locals to change our own outlook.  Enjoy a different outdoor activity, even if that means just taking a sweatshirt to the beach, taking a long walk on the Rehoboth Boardwalk, or hitting the soccer field in Milton!

A new option this fall is to head to downtown Lewes for The First Annual Lewes Dragon Boat Festival!  Tomorrow, Sunday, September 15 beginning at 11 a.m., watch 21 local teams take to the Lewes Canalfront Park and the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal.  If you have never seen a Dragon Boat race, check it out – and look for many of your local friends, paddling together to the beat of the same drummer.  The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is a proud sponsor and joins a group of local businesses and restaurants for the fun.  Bring the whole family!

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

24August

Living on the Cape's Shores

How do you want to spend your summer vacations?

There’s only one more week until Labor Day Weekend!  It may be hard to believe, but the best of summer is yet to come: September.

As all the kids go back to school for the question, “How did you spend your summer vacation,” maybe we should all ask ourselves the same thing. 

What did you get to do this summer that you really enjoyed?  Did you get enough beach time, family time, and did your vacation home or rental set the right scene?  Delaware beaches have so many different activities, but some of the most action- and relaxation-packed venues are where the bay meets the ocean at Cape Henlopen.

We can’t live in Cape Henlopen State Park, but just steps away from the sprawling protected lands, bike/running paths, and Atlantic Ocean beaches is the Cape Shores community.  Cape Shores offers unparalleled amenities on Lewes Beach:

  • easy sandy beach access (most houses are either on the bay or just a few lots away)
  • fishing pier
  • community pool
  • tennis
  • proximity to downtown Historic Lewes attractions and restaurants (1.5 miles) 

Its sunrise and sunset views are amazing, too.

There’s a lot more summer left to enjoy – and now is a beautiful time to explore find a location that makes the most of your summer expectations.

“How you spent your summer vacation” is up to you!

 

Consider these unique opportunities in Cape Shores! (Once you select one, just hit "back" on your browser to return to this page.)

 

114 Cape Shores Dr, Lewes, DE – Price Just Reduced $200K!

$1,599,900

 

301 Cape Shores Dr, Lewes, DE

$1,049,000

 

311 Cape Shores Dr, Lewes, DE (Lot)

$549,000

Posted in Lewes, Beach Homes

13July

Look at clouds from both sides now ... from renting and buying

 

Look at Clouds from Both Sides Now…from renting and owning your own place at the beach!

 

Whether you own a house at the beach already or you are renting this summer, the clouds and rain have kind of gotten in the way of plans!  It’s been a rainy summer for sure. Those most frustrated by the weather lately are our beach home renters.  A few weeks so far have brought practically daily rain, which can dampen family fun and end up breaking the budget with daytime activities. 

 

This weather is out of character for Delaware beaches in the summer (and even off of Farmer’s Almanac predictions!).  Still, renting for a week puts a lot of pressure on Mother Nature (and mothers and fathers); you have to make the most of every day you have budgeted to spend at the beach. 

 

If you are here at the Delaware Beaches for the first time this year and the rain is getting you down, take heart!  It’s been exceptionally rainy – not the norm.  And hopefully you are finding some great rainy day activities:

 

  • Grabbing a poncho at the dollar store and hiking through Cape Henlopen State Park – even down to or up from the Gordon’s Pond entrance in Rehoboth’s North Shores
  • Renting a Quest kayak in Lewes (as long as it’s not torrential or bringing thunder and lightning!)
  • Enjoying sales tax-free Delaware’s shopping – especially locally owned, independent businesses in Downtown Lewes and Rehoboth Beach
  • Lounging in one of our growing numbers of cafes
  • Spending a few extra dollars on Second Street in Lewes on unique puzzles or board games (for adults and kids)
  • Exploring fishing excursions from the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal
  • Discovering the many, many metropolitan-worthy art galleries through Rehoboth Beach and Lewes
  • Taking kids to library programs for a change of scenery
  • Strolling through the Rehoboth Beach Farmer’s Market on Tuesday or Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market on Saturday

 

Ultimately, the best way to take the pressure off of packing everything into your weekly rental experience is to consider the feasibility of making it a year-round opportunity.  Renting has many short-term advantages financially; however, if you are a regular renter, your annual investment could make way for a vacation home of your own! 

 

If you would like more information about properties and pricing, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group would love to help!

 

Posted in Lewes Real Estate News

06July

Paradise Found - in Milton!

As we celebrate the birth of our nation this July, it’s a perfect time to take a closer look at Milton – one of the earliest Delaware towns – which has so much to offer! 

While “The First Town in the First State,” designation goes to Lewes, Milton boasts its own, rich historic significance.  The town now called Milton was settled by English colonists about 40 years after Lewes, in 1672.  In 1807, it officially became “Milton,” for the poet John Milton. 

Architectural history fans will certainly see the poetry of the city’s preserved Victorian and Colonial design.  Especially through the 19th century, the Town of Milton thrived as a shipbuilding and button making hub along the banks of the Broadkill River.  This industry enabled development and period style, which is still reflected in the heart of the Historic District; yet Milton retained a distinctly “small town” feel.  Those industries waned through the years, but the heart and charm of the downtown remain. (Milton earned its designation on the National Register of Historic Places on June 25, 1982.)

Whether you are a Delaware Beach local or are looking to relocate to the area, a walk through Milton is definitely worth it!  The historic charm of Kings Ice Cream meets modern industry of Dogfish Head’s craft brewery, among other great stops.  Home prices may be quite a surprise, too.  While inventory is still low throughout the area, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group currently offers the following charming homes in the always-quaint Town of Milton: 

419 Chestnut Street

$179,900

 

206 Chestnut Street

$229,900

 

312 Federal Street

$279,900

For information on these or any other properties in the area, please contact The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at (888) 770-6664 or (302) 645-6664.  Or visit us online at www.leeanngroup.com.

Posted in Local News and Information

04July

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness at the Beach!

Delaware is “The First State” for many reasons. As all Delaware history students know, it was literally ‘first’ to ratify the Constitution.  We have a rich history throughout our state – from Sussex up to New Castle County.  

Delaware is always first in my book for celebrating Independence Day.  History is written every year as Delaware’s beaches continue to top themselves, year over year, with amazing July 4th celebrations.

If you are visiting and thinking of buying a home at Delaware’s Beach communities, this July 4 may seal the deal!

Don’t forget:


All Day:

Kids’ fun and games on Second Street in Lewes

Starting at 5 p.m.

World Famous Doo Dah Parade!

Find your spot along Kings Highway, Second Street or Savannah Road for the most classic American Hometown parade ever assembled.  Or, line up by Lloyd’s IGA grocery store to join in the parade yourself! 

Tonight:

Rehoboth Beach Main Street sponsors amazing fireworks

Dewey Beach goes for the Guinness Book World Record for fireworks

Lewes Beach offers triple views (clear-sky dependent) of displays from Broadkill to Cape May – and even Rehoboth sometimes…

We know how to throw a birthday party! If you are in Lewes for July 4, you will get swept up in truly the most classic Norman Rockwell portrayal of what it means to be in American for our nation’s Independence Day.  If it sounds too good to be true, it is – but so is Delaware! 

Thank you to all of our military veterans – from Delaware and throughout the nation – for securing our “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” year-round.

Happy July 4, 2013 from The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group

29June

Rehoboth Beach: One of “10 Great Coastal Boardwalks”

Coastal Living magazine (www.coastalliving.com) scours beach towns up and down both the east and west coasts of America looking for the best of the best.  It shouldn’t be a big surprise that Delaware’s beach towns often make the lists in the company of coastal towns from Maine, New York, the Carolinas, and Florida, to the west coast of California.  While we don’t rank for categories like “best fried artichokes” (found in Santa Cruz, California), we know what makes us special! 

It’s no surprise - we can take pride in knowing that Rehoboth Beach made the list of “10 Great Coastal Boardwalks.”  Further, the magazine’s list of “Best Boardwalk Bites” includes Bethany Beach for chocolate covered pretzels at Candy Kitchen and Rehoboth Beach for best calzones at Nicola Pizza!

North-end to south-end, Rehoboth’s boardwalk offers just about anything vacationers want and need. Locals are lucky to be able to visit the “best of the best” anytime!

If you are visiting Delaware’s beaches and want to make the move to year-round ‘coastal living,’ give The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group a call at (888) 770-6664 or visit us online at www.leeanngroup.com.  We would be happy to answer questions and show you opportunities for owning property at the beach!

Posted in America's Best Beach Towns

22June

"Where do you see yourself in five years?"

Maybe you have heard this question in job interviews: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” It’s either a welcome opportunity to share our goals and life plans, or it’s a time to realize that we really need to think about the answer!

Many people think about renewal this time of year - around the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in terms of daylight and the position of the sun. Especially in our beach community, even more than the calendar year, summer feels like the beginning.

Fortunately, it IS just the beginning of summer!  It is time to 'plan' to relax and make sure we hit the summer “must do” list: enjoying brunch and dinners at favorite local restaurants, setting aside beach time, biking the Junction and Breakwater Trail, making it to yoga in the Canalfront Park, and getting enough local corn as soon as it’s in! (At least that's my list!)

It’s also a great time to ask, “Where do I want toLIVE in five years?”

No matter what stage you are in life, from first-time homebuyer, second home vacationer, or full-time retiree, it is a perfect time to think about where you actually want to be – where to wake up every morning - and how you can fulfill that five-year (or sooner!) plan.

In the spirit of re-energizing, The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group has just reorganized to make sure we continue to be as efficient as possible for our customers.  All of the faces are the same; we have just reorganized the office!

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is:

Lee Ann Wilkinson, REALTOR® and President

For over 30 years, Lee Ann Wilkinson has been a top real estate agent in Lewes, focusing on bringing buyers and sellers together all over Sussex County, Delaware.  Currently Lee Ann ranks as the number one agent in total sales volume and dollar value in Sussex County.

 

Amy Richardson, REALTOR®, Listing Coordinator

Amy has worked in home sales/marketing in the area since 2002 and now works with sellers to position their houses to sell quickly and for the best price.

 

Carrie Gentile, REALTOR®

Carrie works closely with both buyers and sellers, handling everything from marketing properties for sale and writing contracts for Lee Ann’s buyers, to showing properties.

 

Chris Holt, REALTOR®, COO, Listing/Buyer's Agent

Chris Holt joined the Lee Ann Wilkinson group team in January 2012 as a listing and buyer’s agent and the chief operating officer for the Group.

 

Cyndi Myers, REALTOR®, Settlement Coordinator

Cyndi has over 20 years of experience in the mortgage and real estate business.

 

Dane Baich, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Dane is also the lead sales agent at Bay Crossing, representing Blenheim Homes as its on-site agent.

 

Dawn Singley - Showing Coordinator

Dawn is usually the first friendly voice you hear when calling our office, as she is our receptionist and showing appointment coordinator.

 

Erin Marsh, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Erin Marsh is a buyer's agent for The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group. She has been a licensed REALTOR® since 2007, and her hard work and perseverance have led her to continued success in an ever-changing market.

 

Garrett King, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Garrett, a Cape Henlopen High School and Delaware Tech graduate, enjoys matching clients with the perfect properties.

 

Mark Robinson, REALTOR®, Buyer's Agent

Mark has always worked in a customer service-­related field and puts his experience to work for prospective buyers.

 

Trish Irwin, Settlement Coordinator

Trish works with Lee Ann's buyers and sellers to make sure that every aspect of the settlement process - from signed agreement to final settlement - is handled with the utmost efficiency and effectiveness.

 

Each member of The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group brings unique experience to the team – and all members share a commitment to superior service and outstanding results for our clients!  Call us at (302) 645-6664 today if you have questions or are interested in buying or selling a property at the beach.

It’s the perfect time to renew your “five-year plan” to live here!

Posted in Advice for Home Buyers

01June

Canalfront Property for All!

"Picnic in the Park" Returns Sunday, June 2!

There is no denying that much of the famous Historic Lewes charm flows from the picturesque Lewes-Rehoboth Canal.  Historically, the waterway was a central source of livelihood for early Lewes.  Now, the canal still provides unbeatable views of sunrises, sunsets, as well as increasing shopping and dining opportunities.  Canalfront property is a hot commodity.

The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is happy to feature two premier properties currently on Pilottown Road:

314 Pilottown Road

344 Pilottown Road

(Please check out these links for more information!)

Over the past few years, since the creation of The Lewes Canalfront Park, all residents and visitors in Lewes share in some “canalfront property.”  Situated right next to the Lewes Little League Field, the park offers recreation and hosts great events throughout the year.  I have already made Soul Yoga in the Park on Sunday mornings part of my routine this summer – a peaceful way to enjoy the view.

This weekend, Sunday, June 2 from noon – 3 p.m., the Friends of the Lewes Canalfront Park, with the help of local restaurants and business sponsors, are bringing back the popular Picnic in the Park!  Tickets are still available through the park’s website:www.lewescanalfrontpark.org/events.  Last year’s event sold out!  

Adult entrance tickets are $10. Tickets for kids 12 & under are $5. Food and drink tickets are sold separately at the event; tickets are $2 each depending on the food/drink option.


The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group is proud to be among the great sponsors of the Picnic in the Park – other local businesses that love the opportunity to enjoy the best waterfront property in town!  Join us on Sunday.

18May

First "Sign" of Summer

The Yard Sale Sign!

Everyone has a unique way of marking the start of summer at the beach.  Ice cream shops are opening, favorite restaurants start serving 7-days-a-week, pools open, Memorial Day comes with barbeques and picnics.  For the past 27 years, the REAL sign that summer is on is the Annual Memorial Weekend Jefferson Avenue Yard Sale! It’s true!

Of course, Jefferson Avenue is in good company.  Yard sales have already started; you’ll see signs this weekend throughout Lewes, Milton and Rehoboth. Typically they start at 8 a.m. and you may see early birds cruising past to try to catch a sneak peek.

Next weekend, Saturday, May 25, you will need to get up early to catch the undoubtedly great finds on Jefferson Avenue. 

In addition, you can drive down Gills Neck Road, through Wolfe Pointe and Wolfe Runne, down DeVries Circle, and throughout Lewes (forgive me if I’ve missed anyone) to find your own treasures.

Even if “Antiques Roadshow” isn’t in your future, there’s always one gem among the yard sales that makes getting up early on a Saturday worthwhile. 

And if you still don’t find it – head over to the Farmer’s Market!

Posted in Local News and Information

10May

Treat Mom to an Open House!

Nothing says, "Happy Mother's Day" like a Lewes Beach house...or a ride on the Paratrooper!

Finally! After a fickle spring, it's going to be a warmer Mother's Day Weekend! Especially when the weather's this nice, there is so much to do at the beach.

It’s the “first” weekend for several local traditions, including the Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market and the opening of Funland on the Rehoboth Boardwalk.  Stroll the Rehoboth Beach Second Saturday Art Walk – even stop into Heidi Lowe Gallery on the Avenue and make a Mother’s Day charm. Sunday, the Lewes Canalfront Park opens its wonderful program season with free Soul Yoga at 8 a.m. Of course, this is just a small sample of what’s in store this weekend. 

I hope you enjoy your own spring Mother's Day traditions, whether with your mother or in memory of your mother.  I am looking forward to my annual brunch!

If you have time to enjoy a Saturday drive, stop by one of the premier properties on Lewes Beach.

11 Maine Avenue, Lewes Beach

Open House on Saturday, May 11

12 - 3 p.m.

Year-round home sits on premium, sub-dividable double lot! This home was originally a Coast Guard Boathouse which was relocated to Maine Avenue circa 1957. Lot has 100’ frontage on Maine Avenue 144’ on Cedar Avenue. Potential for unlimited views of Delaware Bay, Inlet and Canal!

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, or visit our website at www.leeanngroup.com.

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Posted in Local News and Information

14February

What's Not to Love?

Be Still My Heart - and the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk!

What

Posted in Rehoboth