There are many solid reasons why people want to live in beautiful coastal Delaware.
Polling done in recent years consistently comes back with the same results over and over again – low property taxes, the absence of a sales tax and the slower pace of life are always among the biggest reasons for new residents relocating to Delaware's coastal regions.
But, while the low taxes is usually number one, THE BEACH consistently ranks as number two, and with good reason.
Delaware has some of the finest beaches in the mid-Atlantic, ranging from the hustle and bustle of Rehoboth, to the small town charm and historical nature of Lewes, to the "quiet resorts" of Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island. Quite simply, there's something for everyone in the First State's coastal region.
And that brings us to today's featured property here on oldfatherrealestate.com, which is actually a total of three properties that are for sale in the community of Broadkill Beach, on the shores of the picturesque Delaware Bay.
These waterfront building lots are gems you just don't see every day, and are special listings for us here at the Oldfather Group of Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's International Realty.
Before we tell you more, here's our CEO Dustin Oldfather with a 30-second video preview of these hard to find building lots in Broadkill Beach.
We'll delve into our narrative on these three exquisite waterfront properties in just a moment. But for more detailed information on any or all of these building lots, please click on the buttons below.[MLS: 703025]
Read below for more information on this trio of coastal Delaware waterfront properties…
Due to its ideal location along the Atlantic seaboard, Southern Delaware is blessed with an abundance of waterfront property. From 26 miles along the ocean, to three large inland bays and dozens of lakes, rivers and ponds, bodies of water are certainly not hard to find in the local area.
And that includes along the peaceful Delaware Bay, which is where you’ll find three exquisite properties currently listed for sale by the Oldfather Group of Ocean Atlantic Sotheby’s International Realty.
The three listings currently on the market are in the bayside community of Broadkill Beach, not far from the town of Milton and the popular Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge.
The lots range in size from a half-acre, to a full acre in the gated community of Back Bay Cove to three acres of prime real estate within a stone’s throw of the Delaware Bay. The varying sizes allow for a great deal of flexibility for the right homeowner and/or investor.
Indeed, you can construct your family home in one of southern Delaware’s most picturesque communities, invest in one of the area’s last remaining waterfront lots or possibly develop a combination of both.
There aren’t many choices left in 2018 for owning an untouched piece of land fronting one of the area’s major waterways. So these are ones you’re definitely going to want to take a look at, if a life hugging the water has ever piqued your interest.
And be sure to join us again next week as we continue shining the spotlight on some of coastal Delaware's finest homes and properties.
Have a great week everyone!