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Seabrook Village is a small established quiet neighborhood of villa-style one and two-story new homes in Dover, DE conveniently located less than a quarter mile from Rt. 13. Ideally situated within minutes of shopping, dining, and recreation - including Fifer Orchards, Brecknock Park and the downtowns of Camden and Wyoming, Seabrook Village provides a good mix of rural and suburban living. Residents enjoy locally owned shops, exciting events and festivals in the towns of Wyoming and Dover, and a variety of restaurants which all make for a great place to work, live and play. The community offers spacious, open-concept floor plans ranging from 1,385 to 1,530 square feet in the Caesar Rodney school district.
- Walking - Nature Trails
David E. Robinson Elementary
Public | 1 - 5 0.8 mi.
J. Ralph McIlvaine Early Childhood Center
Public | K 3.9 mi.
F. Neil Postlethwait Middle School
Public | 6-8 1.7 mi.
Caesar Rodney High School
Public | 9-12 1.6 mi.
Homes from the $361s
4 bed| 4 - 2 bath | 2 garage | 1 - 2 story
From 1,497 sq ft
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From taking in the beautiful scenery of the Atlantic coastline, to fascinating historical renderings of the Nation's original 13 colonies, Delaware offers plenty of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Be sure to visit the historic DuPont mansions, take a scenic drive along any of the six different scenic and historic byways throughout the state, or try some famous seafood dishes in the many coastal towns to the south.