2 Beautiful Kent County Homes From 2 Different Centuries

Photo by Dale Kurtz Aerial

A house built in the 21st century is decked out for entertainment. A 19th-century home is a reader’s paradise. Both are stunning places to live.

Designed for Gathering

Interior of a new kent county home
By Dennis Dischler
Exterior of a new kent county home
By Dennis Dischler

$595,000
Address: 82 Brookwood Drive, Camden-Wyoming
Bedrooms, Baths: 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
Square Footage: 4,483 Lot: 0.5 acres

With a large lot and copious curb appeal, this red-brick colonial built in 2005 has been updated and is ready for its next owner. An open-concept kitchen with a walk-in pantry and adjoining family-friendly gathering room. The finished basement is designated for entertainment, with a home theater, billiards area and personal fitness center. A deck overlooks the manicured yard.

Listed by Jennifer Whayland, Compass

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Banking on History

Interior of an old kent county home
Courtesy of Dale Kurtz Aerial
Exterior of an old kent county home
Courtesy of Dale Kurtz Aerial

$620,000 – SOLD!
Address: 119 Walnut St., Milford
Bedrooms, Baths: 6 bedrooms, 7 baths
Square Footage: 5,852 Lot: 0.24 acres

Designed and built by renowned architect Alonzo Reynolds in 1857, this 16-room historic home was meticulously restored by the current owners, who upgraded all 58 windows and installed a tankless water system. Its charms include 12 fireplaces, ornamented plaster ceilings and two libraries, both with floor-to-ceiling bookcases. Outdoors, luxuriate in a pool and formal gardens.

Listed by Yvonne Hall, Keller Williams

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