2 Frankenberry Drive, Georgetown, Delaware 19947
50+ Town Home and Single Family Home Community in Historic Georgetown, Delaware is Just Fifteen Miles from the Atlantic Shore
Located in central Delaware, about 15 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, the little town of Georgetown is the home of The Village of Cinderberry, a community for people age 50 and better. Nestled in the pine forests near downtown, this is a small development with just 170 single story single family homes and town homes. Building started in 2003 and continues today.
There are five town home (duplex) models from which to choose, and square footage ranges from 1,448 square feet to 1,588 square feet with two to three bedrooms and two baths. The single family homes come in two models with 1,556 square feet to 1,746 square feet, two to three bedrooms and two baths. An upstairs loft is an option. Dwellings are pale blue, gray and yellow with a dark roof, giving Cinderberry a tidy, tailored appearance. Standard features include marble bath countertops, Kenmore appliances, a screened patio and a professionally landscape yard. Each home also has an attached garage. Prices start in the low-$200,000s. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it may change.
HOA fees cover lawn maintenance, water, sewer, cable, Internet, homeowner's insurance and a yearly siding power washing. The amenities include a 6,500 square foot community center with an indoor swimming pool, a library, an exercise center and a billiards room. Residents organize get togethers and outings.
Georgetown is built around a circle and dates from 1791. It has a sizeable number of buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a diverse population. It does not have a hospital, but Beebe Medical Center is 15 miles away in Lewes and is accredited.
On average, the area receives 45 inches of rain and 10 inches of snow per year. Summer temperatures reach the low-90s, and winter temperatures are generally in the 20s, 30s and 40s.
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