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If you asked an urban planner, a geographer or an architect to pinpoint an area that has the elements to make a neighborhood great, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware should pop right into their heads. Why does Rehoboth Beach stand out among the rest? Simply because the City of Rehoboth Beach offers its residents the three main fundamentals to awesome living…location, elements and people.

You can enjoy the small town feel of Rehoboth Beach while still being within close proximity to the bustling cities of New York, Washington DC and Philadelphia. To add to its location appeal, Rehoboth Beach has a sparkling and tranquil oceanfront that offers spectacular scenic beauty. The state of Delaware also has amazingly low property taxes that save their homeowners

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Tranquil, economical living is paramount at Broadkill Beach waterfront in Milton, Delaware. It offers a cheaper and more peaceful alternative to the larger beach areas of Delaware, while still being close enough to the action. Uncover the secret to a comfortable existence in Milton!

Milton was first settled in 1672 and was named after the English poet John Milton. It has a very diverse population, with a mixture of retirees from the East Coast and many young, middle-aged folks looking for a moderate place to settle with their families. In addition, there are many reasonably priced cottages available for those who may be interested in a second home investment. We invite you to come and check it out!

Milton has a distinctive historical past as a hub

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Most folks aren't aware that Delaware residents can boast of their own local 3M. The communities of MilfordMillsboro and Milton are all located in Sussex County and have a unique charm exclusive to them. Let's discover why you should make your home in one of these three neighborhoods.

The city of Milford features a beautiful river walk, affordable housing, and an active city recreational program. They offer an old-fashioned Main Street with stalwart fixtures like Lou's Bootery. Be sure to saunter through the local museum for a taste of Milford history. Indoor exhibits include an historic doll collection, Delaware ladybugs, and the chronicles of early Milford baseball. Priceless!

Next is the Millsboro community, renown for its lovely waterfront

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