Explore Southern Delaware

With 25 miles of pristine beaches, extensive inland waterways, thousands of acres of protected wildlife refuges and state parks, no sales tax, some of the lowest real estate taxes in the country, and just a couple hours drive from the metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia – Sussex County Delaware is nearly impossible to resist and few can!

The Delaware coastal and beach real estate markets offer attractive opportunities to find your home or property, and we invite you to browse the pages below to find out more about the Delaware communities and real estate markets of Sussex and Kent County and what they have to offer.


Rehoboth Beach

Rehoboth Beach has it all from quaint bed and breakfasts to many fine hotels. Area restaurants and eateries offering the catch of the day to French cuisine and draw sophisticated palates from as far a...



Welcome to "the First Town in the First State!" Lewes was first settled by the Dutch in 1631 and continues to honor its historical and nautical heritage. Located where the Delaware Bay and the Atla...


Dewey Beach

With the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Rehoboth Bay just a few blocks to the west, Dewey Beach is situated just south of Rehoboth and is famous for never being boring. The ocean is a refuge fo...


Bethany Beach

Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the inland bays, Bethany Beach, North Bethany and South Bethany are known as "The Quiet Resorts". From exclusive gated communities to classic beach cottages a...


Fenwick Island

Fenwick Island, is situated between the Little Assawoman Bay and the Atlantic Ocean just over the state line from Ocean City, Maryland. Fenwick Island has been known as "Fisherman's paradise" for ov...



A wonderful small town with a rich shipbuilding heritage dating back to 1672 when it was first settled by English Colonists. In 1807 Milton was named for the English poet, John Milton. Milton sits at ...



The Town of Millsboro is a lovely community with beautiful scenery along with hometown history and culture. With its central location and convenient access along major thorofares, the greater Mill...



Georgetown is somewhat unique among Delaware municipalities in that the center of the town is built around a circle, instead of the more traditional parklike square. Straddling "The Circle", as it is ...


Long Neck

For most of the second half of the 20th century, the area of Long Neck was sparsely populated, except for several communities that served mostly as summer vacation properties for residents of Washingt...

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