Top 5 Places to Retire in Middletown, DE

One of the fastest growing cities in the First State can be found in southern New Castle County in Middletown, Delaware.

As with much of Delaware, Middletown features a lot of new communities that are geared toward residents in the 55-and-over demographic. This group has contributed greatly to the growth of Delaware real estate over the last couple of decades, and developers have taken notice and built out new communities with their specific needs in mind.

Many Delaware homes for sale are now geared toward retirement living and that includes in the desirable area of Middletown, Delaware.

Today, we're going to feature five communities in Middletown, Delaware, that have been built specifically with retirement living in mind.

Let's take a look...

Spring Arbor

This 55-and-over community in Middletown is located in the heart of one of Delaware's fastest growing cities and features all sorts of amenities for residents and their guests.

Featuring more than 300 single-family and carriage style homes, Spring Arbor features a community clubhouse, a swimming pool, a fitness center, tennis courts and much more.

It's also close to all sorts of tax-free shopping options and is just a short drive away from the Christiana Mall, Delaware's largest shopping mall, as well as the peace and serenity of the Delaware beaches.

Learn more about Spring Arbor and other 55-plus communities in Middletown by calling 302-260-2000 or by clicking here.

Traditions at Whitehall

Another 55-and-over option in Middletown can be found on the 38-acre site that is the Traditions at Whitehall community.

Featuring both single-family homes and townhomes, this new community is conveniently located close to everything Middletown has to offer and is a great place to settle down and enjoy your Golden Years in relative comfort.

Amenities in the Traditions at Whitehall either include or will include a fitness center, a swimming pool and a comfortable and scenic community clubhouse.

The community also offers miles of walking trails, gathering spaces and a large barbecue area to enjoy during the warm spring and summer months.

Learn more about the Traditions at Whiteball here.

Village of Bayberry

The Village of Bayberry features nearly 1,000 homes and is another one of those great retirement-age communities in southern New Castle County.

Highlights of this Middletown community include a 3,400-square-foot lake house, a boating and fishing lake, miles of walking and biking trails, parks, lots of open space and a children's playground.

The Village of Bayberry prides itself on being a "country-like setting" in the heart of Middletown, close to schools, restaurants, tax-free shopping and recreational opportunities.

Learn more about the Village of Bayberry here.

Whispering Woods

This 55-and-over age-restricted community in Middletown consists of more than 175 single-family homes and features a number of amenities that are becoming increasingly popular with new homeowners.

At Whispering Woods, you'll find a community clubhouse, a fitness center, a swimming pool, tennis and bocce ball courts, outdoor patios and a full social calendar of events to keep you busy. The community is also just an easy drive from the Delaware beaches to the south and the cities of Wilmington and Philadelphia to the north.

One of Middletown's newest 55-plus communities, Whispering Woods is designed for those in the "active adult lifestyle" demographic.

Learn much more about Whispering Woods by calling an Oldfather Group representative at 302-260-2000.

Four Seasons at Baymont Farms

The final 55-plus community on our Middletown list is the newest active adults community featured by builder K Hovnanian Homes.

Featuring low-maintenance and resort-style living in Middletown, Four Seasons at Baymont Farms features spacious homes and a large number of community amenities.

Life at Four Seasons at Baymont Farms includes access to the 6,000-square-foot community clubhouse, as well as a swimming pool with tiki hut, walking paths, parks, a state-of-the art fitness center, a kayak launch and pickle ball courts.

Learn more about Four Seasons at Baymont Farms by calling 302-260-2000 and speaking to a member of Delaware's number one real estate sales team.

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