Go Big This Spring With These Wonderful Wilmington Homes

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Spread your wings this spring by upgrading to one of these spacious, tranquil and quite charming New Castle County abodes.

Charming Tudor

Address: 913 Cecil Road, Wilmington
Bedrooms, Baths: 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 powder rooms
Square Footage: 3,375
Lot Size: .32 acre

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Set in tranquil Westover Hills, New Castle County, this 1920s stone Tudor exudes charm and grace. Updated design elements like custom wall coverings, paint and moldings complement the home’s classic hardwood floors and woodwork. An elegant ground level offers abundant living, dining and office space, along with a sunroom featuring a stone accent wall. The updated kitchen boasts a newer stone masonry fireplace and stainless steel appliances. In addition to four bedrooms and three baths on the second floor, there’s a finished suite with a bath on the third floor. The leafy private yard includes a detached two-car garage and ample entertaining space.

Listed by Stephen Mottola, Long & Foster Real Estate

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Roomy Victorian
$1.25 million

Address: 11 Laurel Ridge Lane, Wilmington
Bedrooms, Baths: 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, 1 powder room
Square Footage: 8,058
Lot Size: 2.84 acres

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Nestled on a woodsy 2.8-acre lot overlooking the 37-acre Flint Wood Preserve, this four-story Victorian-style home offers plenty of room to move. Hardwood floors run throughout the home, and the brand-new kitchen has a nook and granite countertops. Enjoy the fitness room, and then relax in any of the five airy, spacious bedrooms. Guests can take advantage of the five-room lower-level apartment with its own entrance, while everyone can gather outdoors to revel in the nature views from the charming gazebo or expansive porch and deck.

Listed by George Brown, RE/MAX Edge

Photo by Jacob Snavely/Simple Stills