Middle Creek Preserve
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Since opening in the fall of 2019, over 65 happy homeowners have chosen to call Middle Creek Preserve home! The neighbors here are full of community spirit and have already started planning fun events at the newly completed clubhouse. Schedule your appointment today to find out why this community is so special!
At Middle Creek Preserve, the new ranch-style homes feature an open floorplan, large kitchen island, and first-floor owner’s suite with walk-in closet and attached bath. These homes are situated on homesites surrounded by community green space, adding to the charming aesthetic of the neighborhood. Living here, you’ll have the perfect mix of social and private life. The resort-style amenities in this community include a clubhouse with fitness center, outdoor pool, fire pit, and pickle ball and bocce courts. Start a book club, create a bocce league, or simply spend time with neighbors and friends!
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This community is just off of Route 24 in tax-friendly Lewes, Delaware. It’s minutes from everything the Rehoboth and Lewes area has to offer. Enjoy a beach day in Lewes or Rehoboth or join the Freedom Boat Club and launch a boat from Love Creek, right down the road. Grocery stores, restaurants, and every day conveniences are just 8 minutes away!
Living at Middle Creek Preserve, you’ll be just 4 miles from Coastal Highway for easy access to downtown Lewes and Rehoboth. These towns are perfect for an afternoon visiting the boutique shops or grabbing a bite to eat at local favorites like Matt’s Fish Camp and Blue Coast. There are a ton of local brews to try near home too. Grab a craft beer at Iron Hill or Finn’s Ale House.
A large network of trails nearby allows you to get outside and appreciate nature. You’ll love Gordons Pond and the newly expanded Breakwater Junction Trails. Plus, you can hike in Cape Henelopen State Park.