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These New Castle County Homes Are Perfect for Water Lovers

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While water lovers in Delaware may gravitate toward the beaches, there are many homes in New Castle County that offer a connection to water.

History and Glamour

Exterior of stone condo building in New Castle County on the Brandywine River

Photo by Gregg Powalski of Proper Snappers

Interior of a stone New Castle County home on the brandywine river

Photo by Gregg Powalski of Proper Snappers

$899,000

Address: 1706 N. Park Drive, Wilmington
Bedrooms, Baths: 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
Square Footage: 2,600 Lot Size: Condominium

Located in a stone mill built in 1902 on the Brandywine River, this sophisticated condo combines stone walls, hardwood floors and high-end finishes. An expansive covered deck and terrace enhance the home’s connection with nature. Located outside of Wilmington city limits, the home boasts a quiet atmosphere accompanied by the sounds of the Brandywine River. Community amenities include a fitness center, a gorgeous paved courtyard and outdoor pool.

Listed by Jim Pettit, RE/MAX Elite

Swimming in Luxury

Exterior of luxurious New Castle County home with a heated pool

Photo by Colin Burkhart

The Indoor Pool in a New Castle County home

Photo by Colin Burkhart

$1.075 million

Address: 5004 Kennett Pike, Greenville
Bedrooms, Baths: 4 bedrooms, 4 baths
Square Footage: 4,250 Lot Size: 2.6 acres

This stately brick colonial with massive columns is perched on a hill, offering verdant views. Take in the tranquil setting in a sunroom with three walls of windows. Its charms include custom built-in cabinetry in the formal living room and a first-floor bonus room ideal for a home office. The spacious 2.6 acre lot allows plenty of private outdoor space. And there’s a surprise for water lovers! An indoor pool and steam room.

Listed by Victoria Dickinson, Patterson-Schwartz

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