Vacant land, particularly of any significance, doesn’t come available everyday at the Delaware beaches, especially in the “First Town in the First State” of Lewes. But if you’ve been searching for a place to build your dream home in the 19958 zip code, then have we ever got a treat in store for you today!
Nestled in the desirable Cape Henlopen School District, with easy access on and off Route 24, this more than 13-acre residential parcel is close to Lewes Beach and presents a perfect spot for building the house of your dreams.
Take a few seconds to watch the video below and then keep scrolling for much more information on this rare acreage in historic and scenic Lewes, Delaware.
With a little stream in the rear of the property where you can launch your kayak and enjoy a peaceful day on the water in coastal Delaware, this 13.25-acre parcel is located on Route 24, but also features a private route to the beach. So jump on Route 24 when needed, but take an alternate route when all you want to do is enjoy the serenity of the beach.
Originally much larger in size, a portion of the old Dorman Farm was recently sold to Sussex County for purposes still to be determined. But what it does mean for the new owners of the parcel that we’re featuring today is that the adjacent land is safe from future development.
So if you’re looking for a quiet and spacious “home base” at the Delaware beaches, this could be just what you’ve been searching for.
The land is zoned as residential but there’s also plenty of room for a business or even a minor subdivision, pending zoning changes and approval from the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission.
The property does feature a shared easement off of Route 24, which you can learn more about by calling the Oldfather Group’s Diana Harbert at 302-519-4566.
Have you thought about building the home you’ve always dreamed about in the heart of Delaware’s coastal region? A spot with plenty of open space but within an easy drive to the First State’s premier coastal communities?
These types of parcels in the Cape Henlopen School District don’t come around very often. So if this is the kind of property you’ve had your heart set on but could never find, act fast and make a call today to the Oldfather Group at 302-260-2000.
You never know how long it could be before another one like this comes along!