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Long known as 'The First Town in the First State,' Lewes is rich in history and culture, with Victorian Homes and other historical buildings littered throughout the landscape.
With a popular, old-fashioned main street that offers a variety of small town eateries and shops, in-town Lewes is a relaxing - yet still lively - destination.
Other highlights include the local Lewes Beach (complete with bordering homes both for rent and sale), the massive Cape Henlopen State Park (which sports another beach of its own) and the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal. Water surrounds the town, providing for breathtaking sunsets and relaxing evenings watching boats return from a day's journey.
Also nearby is the renowned Cape May-Lewes Ferry, which allows for quick access to the southern shores of New Jersey.
Historic Character And Charm ,original Parts Of Home Are Over 291 Years Old .circa 1722 , Moved To Present Location In 1987,in 2010 Added Screened Porch,2011,new Geothermal Heat/ Cooling & Air Ducts ,exterior Walls ,roof & Cottage Roof ,salt Chlorine Generator And Pool Cover, Security Systems.
Rare Opportunity To Own Two 1-bedroom Quaint Cottages In Historic Lewes. Simultaneously Use One While Receiving Income, Or Have A Separate Guest Cottage Or Rent Both. Recent Upgrades. Stroll Down The Canal Into Town. Bike To The Beach. Unbelievable Location! Private Tranquil Setting.
2 Residence Plus 4 Out Buildings.
2 Residence Plus 4 Out Buildings. Plus Or Minus 58 Acres Of Cleared Land. Near Lewes & Rehoboth Beaches. Cape Henlopen State Park Is Nearby.
Prime Building Acreage In Lewes, On Beaver Dam Road. 49.03 Acres. Potential For Major Sub-division Development. 944' Frontage. Mature Wooded Parcel.