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The Eastern Shore at a glance:
  • Major Cities: Wilmington, Dover, Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Fenwick Island, Dewey Beach
  • Landmarks/National Monuments/Parks: Fenwick Island State Park, Bellevue State Park, Trap Pond State Park, Rockford Tower, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Rockwood Mansion Park, Afro-American Historical Society of Delaware, Biggs Museum of Art
  • Major Industry: Banking, Pharmaceutics, Farming, Automotive Manufacturing, Defense (Dover Air Force Base), Civil Service
  • Counties: New Castle, Kent, Sussex

Delaware Eastern Shore

Delaware, the nation’s second smallest state, is probably best known for its many tourist-friendly resort towns and beaches. Many people are attracted to Delaware beach real estate.

Rehoboth Beach, the largest of Delaware’s Atlantic resorts, is commonly referred to as “the nation’s summer capital.” Its renowned bandstand concerts and mile-long boardwalk attract millions of visitors annually, many from nearby Washington D.C.. Every fall, Rehoboth hosts not only the Sea Witch Halloween Festival and Fiddler’s Convention, but also the Punkin Chunkin contest, which challenges contestants to hurl pumpkins as far as a mile.

Both Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island, popular among people looking for Delaware beach real estate, are part of a seven-mile long stretch of beaches known as the Quiet Resorts. Prized for their small-town atmosphere and lack of major development, the Quiet Resorts are nestled between Delaware Seashore State Park to the north and Little Assawoman Bay to the south. Fenwick Island’s most famous attraction is the Fenwick Island Lighthouse, built in 1858, but kids will love the DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum, which features artifacts from local shipwrecks and items from Delaware’s colonial past.

Dewey Beach, just one mile long and three blocks wide, is widely considered to be a party destination for college-aged kids. It is also a popular place for people looking to buy Delaware beach front real estate. With an abundance of restaurants and bars, and its renowned nightlife featuring national acts, the town stands in stark contrast to the more reserved beaches of Rehoboth and the Quiet Resorts.

Delaware’s major cities also offer broad appeal. Founded in 1683 by William Penn, Delaware’s capital city of Dover was originally laid out over 125 acres. Today, it covers more than 26,000! Dover is home to the Dover International Speedway, also known as the Monster Mile, as well as to Dover Downs horseracing track. Just outside of Dover is Dover Air Force Base, one of the largest Air Force bases in the country and one of the state’s largest employers.

Wilmington, located an hour north of Dover, is Delaware’s most populous city and is admired for its architecture and its efforts at historical conservation. Wilmington is also a major banking center thanks to the Financial Center Development Act of 1981, which liberalized laws governing banks operated in the state.

Wilmington’s attractions include Riverfront Wilmington, Market Street Mall, the Brandywine Zoo, and the Winterthur Museum, the 60-acre garden estate of Henry Francis du Pont. The city also hosts a number of popular annual festivals like the Big August Quarterly, a religious celebration that commemorates the founding of the Union Church of African Members.

Delaware beach real estate has a lot to offer. If you’re interested in finding Delaware beach homes for sale or real estate in this small state’s varied selection of cities and resort towns, then contact any of Long & Foster’s real estate offices in Delaware.

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