2 oceanfront properties in Sussex County designed for coastal living



Photo by Tara Calabrese

Enjoy the easy and airy waterfront life just steps from Delaware beaches at these spectacular Sussex County mansions over $ 2 million.

The resplendent beach of Rehoboth
$ 2.65 million

Address: 33 Hall Avenue, Rehoboth Beach

Bedroom, Baths: 5 bedrooms, 5 baths

Square feet: 4,070

Lot size: 40 acres


Photo by Jack Lingo Inc.

With a combined nearly 360-degree panorama of Rehoboth Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the State Park Preservation Area, as well as sunrise and sunset views, this home offers possibilities endless ways to savor the coastal beauty. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a spacious large hall, while a chef’s kitchen includes a service entrance, wine cooler, Sub-Zero refrigerator, gas hob, double ovens. and granite countertops. Soak up the views from the wraparound deck or screened rear patio, or head to the rooftop observation deck for unparalleled views along the coast. There is also an outdoor shower for trips to the nearby private beach, a short walk away. The secluded setting of the exclusive oceanfront community of The Chancellery guarantees relaxation and privacy in County Sussex.

Listed by Tracy Kelley, Jack Lingo Inc., real estate agent

Fabulous Fenwick Island
$ 2.499 million

Photo by Tara Calabrese

Address: 37138 Ocean Park Lane, Fenwick Island
Bedrooms, Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 powder room
Square feet: 4,900
Lot size: 10,018 square feet

Offering panoramic views of the ocean, bay and Fenwick Preserve, this personalized house invites relaxation. Steps from the beach and equipped with an outdoor sand toe shower, the home offers six en-suite bedrooms and a great room with high ceilings for entertaining. A chef’s kitchen features granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and a six-burner gas range, while the deck has a built-in bar with sunset views. Keep guests busy on rainy days with the ocean-view TV / media room and wet bar. The house is located in a private, gated enclave of houses in Sussex County, a short bike ride from local restaurants.

Photo by Tara Calabrese

Listed by Colleen Windrow of Windrow Group, Keller Williams Realty.



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