Tag Archives: historic towns

Behind the Scenes at The Lewes Historical Society

Even during a pandemic, The Lewes Historical Society located in Lewes, Delaware has much happening around the community. April is when the tulips bloom and the staff readies for a busy season at the Lewes Historical Society. This year, 2020, will be a particularly exciting year with the arrival of James A. Abbott as its […]


Delaware is the new Florida

That’s the word from several people that have called recently from the state of Connecticut. The woman that I spoke with yesterday said “we were all set to retire to Florida, but then I realized how far away that would take me from my family and friends”. Lucky for her, she thought about that and […]


Walkability in Milton, Delaware

Do you want to live where you can walk to town? Sounds like a simple request but it is not always easy to find a home in Coastal Delaware where you don’t need your car daily. One town that is walkable is Milton, Delaware. Let’s take an example: 206 Chestnut Street This home at 206 […]


The Housing Boom

The Housing Market has been the hot topic for the past two years. Sometimes it seems like the only thing the national news media ever talks about. Where will the next Housing Boom come from? That depends — all real estate is local and the local market I’m talking about today is Coastal Delaware. We […]