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2 Beautiful Kent County Homes From 2 Different Centuries

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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

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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