• Rehoboth Beach retains that old-fashioned beach town flavor while offering all the modern amenities. The town was founded in 1872 by The Rehoboth Beach Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today Rehoboth Beach, located on the Atlantic Coast only a couple of hours from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia, is known as the Nation’s Summer Capital thanks to the influx of Washington movers and shakers each summer. Rehoboth offers a beautiful beach, a mile-long boardwalk that is one of the best on the east coast, wonderful unique shops (and outlet stores!), galleries, and an incredible variety of great restaurants. Some of the town’s most popular events take place in the autumn, including the Seawitch Festival and the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival, but there’s something for everyone happening all year long. Events include the annual Chocolate Festival, a home show, cottage tours, art shows, parades, sidewalk sales, a film festival, a sandcastle contest, Fourth of July fireworks on the beach, antique shows, events at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand, and much more. It’s easy to stay active in Rehoboth, too. Ride your bike, walk Rehoboth Avenue, the boardwalk, the town’s pretty tree lined neighborhoods, or the Junction and Breakwater Trail. Visit Dewey Beach just south of Rehoboth to enjoy boating and water sports on Rehoboth Bay. There are also many active clubs and civic organizations in town and conveniently located stores to meet your day-to-day shopping needs. Rehoboth Beach is located in the Cape Henlopen School District. There are many different types of homes for sale in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Homes ranging from $100,000 mobile homes to multi-million dollar beach front properties and everything in between. The mobile homes in Rehoboth Beach are great for vacation homes or to live in year round. Rehoboth also has wonderful condos for sale. There are condos available that are right on the beach front and ones on the bay front. There are also condos with a view of the ocean and ones with a view of the bay. Rehoboth also offers houses that are right on the beach, near the beach, on the bay, and ones with an ocean or bay view. There are many town houses and villas in Rehoboth Beach that are for sale as well. Rehoboth also has great land and lots that are available to purchase. You can use our search engine above to find the Rehoboth Beach real estate that suits your needs.
    REHOBOTH BEACH Rehoboth Beach retains that old-fashioned beach town flavor while offering all the modern amenities. The town was founded in 1872 by The Rehoboth Beach Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today Rehoboth Beach, located on the Atlantic Coast only a couple of hours from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia, is known as the Nation’s Summer Capital thanks to the influx of Washington movers and shakers each summer. Rehoboth offers a beautiful beach, a mile-long boardwalk that is one of the best on the east coast, wonderful unique shops (and outlet stores!), galleries, and an incredible variety of great restaurants. Some of the town’s most popular events take place in the autumn, including the Seawitch Festival and the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival, but there’s something for everyone happening all year long. Events include the annual Chocolate Festival, a home show, cottage tours, art shows, parades, sidewalk sales, a film festival, a sandcastle contest, Fourth of July fireworks on the beach, antique shows, events at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand, and much more. It’s easy to stay active in Rehoboth, too. Ride your bike, walk Rehoboth Avenue, the boardwalk, the town’s pretty tree lined neighborhoods, or the Junction and Breakwater Trail. Visit Dewey Beach just south of Rehoboth to enjoy boating and water sports on Rehoboth Bay. There are also many active clubs and civic organizations in town and conveniently located stores to meet your day-to-day shopping needs. Rehoboth Beach is located in the Cape Henlopen School District. There are many different types of homes for sale in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Homes ranging from $100,000 mobile homes to multi-million dollar beach front properties and everything in between. The mobile homes in Rehoboth Beach are great for vacation homes or to live in year round. Rehoboth also has wonderful condos for sale. There are condos available that are right on the beach front and ones on the bay front. There are also condos with a view of the ocean and ones with a view of the bay. Rehoboth also offers houses that are right on the beach, near the beach, on the bay, and ones with an ocean or bay view. There are many town houses and villas in Rehoboth Beach that are for sale as well. Rehoboth also has great land and lots that are available to purchase. You can use our search engine above to find the Rehoboth Beach real estate that suits your needs. BETHANY BEACH Bethany Beach, the Quiet Resort Town Do you want to retire to the beaches of Delaware, with beach resort amenities, but less of the “tourist trap” feel? If so, Bethany Beach could be the place for you. Known as one of “The Quiet Resort” towns of Sussex County, Bethany Beach offers a slower pace and simple life for those who live there year round. Here at finddelawarehomes we can help you find the perfect home in Bethany Beach to suite your retirement needs. Williams.BethanyBeachBethany Beach has small town appeal with a slower pace of life, yet all the modern amenities you would want, in particular its own Police Department, an all-volunteer Fire Department and the Beach Patrol, keep the safety of its residents and visitors a high priority. The police presence is kept visible with five patrol cars and nine full time officers, increasing to 15 or more during the summer tourist months. The fire station not only has two engines, and a rescue pumper, it also an aerial unit, and a brush truck, helping to ensure fire safety throughout the area it serves. The Bethany Beach Patrol is a United States Lifesaving Association Advanced Certified Agency with 30 members serving the public beaches from Memorial Day throughout the summer until Labor Day. There are a number of recreational opportunities at Bethany Beach as well, offering full time residents plenty of space and activities to choose from. From free public beaches to the Delaware Seashore State Park just north of town, anyone can get back to nature within minutes from their front door. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round at the Salt Pond Golf Club and fisherman and woman have an array of charter services at their beck and call to take you out for some ocean fishing fun. Bethany Beach is waiting for you to come and live in peace at the beach. Contact me at (302) 584-2548 or don@donwilliamsgroup.com to find your home where you can retire to “The Quiet Resort” life.