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Two Coastal Sussex County Homes That Are Awash in Opulence

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With high-end finishes and abundant upgrades, these two homes in coastal Sussex County offer a taste of the good life.

These two Sussex County homes offer amenities like custom millwork and wine storage, not to mention an elevator and an adorable backyard she shed.

Luxe Living

Interior of a luxurious 3 story home in Selbyville, Sussex County

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$1.45 million

Address: 38891 Verandah Bay Drive, Selbyville
Bedrooms, Baths: 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths
Square Footage: 3,610

Exterior of a luxurious 3 story home in Selbyville, Sussex County

Courtesy of Atlantic Exposure

A mile west of Coastal Highway in Fenwick Island, this opulent home offers views of the canal, and a covered porch and deck ideal for bird-watching. Relax at the wet bar as you unwind to music played via a whole-house audio system. Walk up sumptuous stairs crafted from Brazilian cherry—or hop on the elevator. It’s energy-efficient, too, with zoned heating and two tankless hot water systems.

Listed by Sarah Schifano, Keller Williams

Class and Custom

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Photo by Diana Winter

$925,000

Address: 23256 Horse Island Road, Lewes
Bedrooms, Baths: 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
Square Footage: 3,373

Exterior of this classy custom home in Lewes, Sussex County

Photo by Diana Winter

The original owners put more than $100,000 in builder upgrades into this custom Sussex County home at Bayfront at Rehoboth, including 8-foot-tall doors, tray ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and an oversized three-car garage. Outdoors, grill in a luxe al fresco kitchen, gather at the firepit or get away in a climate-controlled she shed (an outbuilding used for hobbies and meditation).

Listed by Stephen J. Hujsa Jr., Coldwell Banker

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