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2 Sussex County Homes That Restoration Lovers Will Adore

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These two Sussex County historic homes await a return to their original grandeur with some special love and attention from their new homeowners.

Victorian Vision

$250,000
Address: 302 Polk Ave., Milford
Bedrooms, Baths: 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, 2 powder rooms
Square Footage: 3,360
Lot Size: .29 acres 

Victorian-Vision

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This 1924 Victorian beauty is the ideal project for ambitious, visionary renovators. It boasts stunning hardwood floors, a sweeping staircase, and a lovely wraparound veranda perfect for relaxing with a cool drink. The spacious three-bedroom property offers a full bath and two powder rooms, along with abundant living space. It was most recently used for medical offices and would require rezoning, some creative renovation, and the addition of a kitchen to restore it to its previous residential splendor.

Listed by Thomas Schoenbeck, The William Lucks Professional Group, Keller Williams Realty

Magnificent Mansion

$935,000
Address: 151 Kings Highway, Lewes
Bedrooms, Baths: 9 bedrooms, 5 baths, 1 powder room
Square Footage: Approximately 4,500
Lot Size: .24 acres

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Once owned by famed sea and river Captain William F. Marshall, this stunning 1888 home is just waiting for the right person to reawaken its sleeping beauty. The historic property also served as The King’s Inn bed and breakfast and remains zoned for one if desired. The nine-bed, five-bathroom home includes period details like hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, multiple fireplaces, original stained-glass windows, and dual staircases, all set on a quarter acre in the historic district. Renovations are subject to approval by the Historic Preservation Architectural Review Commission of Lewes.

Listed by Ann Marie Fentress and Bill Cullin, Long & Foster Real Estate