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Shannon Cove

Shannon Cove is sold out. Contact us for information about our nearby communities: Forty Nine Pines and Loganberry Village.

Located off Rt. 13 and just minutes from Rt. 1, Shannon Cove is an ideal location for commuting north or south. In addition, the community is in the highly desirable and award-winning Appoquinimink School District. Residents of Middletown enjoy arts and entertainment along its quaint main street, many parks and recreational areas, and community events throughout the year. Once at home, this beautiful neighborhood offers half-acre homesites, a well-maintained tree-lined streetscape and an outdoor community pool. Our spacious floor plans range from 2,340 – 4,516 square feet.

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  • Pool
  • Tot Lot
  • Basketball Courts
  • Poolhouse

My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Louis L. Redding Middle School

Public | 6 - 8

5.5 mi.
School Name Distance

Middletown High School

Public | 9 - 12

5.4 mi.

Area Information



Welcome to Delaware! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in this area. D.R. Horton offers single-family homes, townhomes, and condos in several cities and communities throughout this area. Our communities feature one and two-story homes all constructed with our spacious, open-concept floor plans. With homes available from Express, Freedom or D.R. Horton Homes, we have a home for every stage in life.

From the breathtaking scenery of the Atlantic Coastline to the historical renderings of the nation’s original 13 colonies, Delaware offers plenty of activities to fit your lifestyle needs and a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.


Cape Henlopen School District
Appoquinimink School District
Milford School District
Smyrna School District


Cape Henlopen State Park: Located in Lewes, this 7,000 acres of open space offers year-round hiking and biking opportunities and is popular for its 360-degree views of the state’s dynamic Atlantic coastline.

Fort Delaware State Park: Located in Delaware City, on Pea Patch Island in the Delaware river. The fort was a harbor defense facility during the Civil War. It is accessible by ferry and currently offers interactive exhibits and costumed guides.


Delaware Authority for Regional Transit (DART): The main public transit service of Delaware offers an inexpensive, convenient mode of travel with a state-of-the-art bus fleet accommodating nearly 12.4 million passengers yearly, plus a demand response paratransit service.


Dravo Plaza: Located in Wilmington’s Riverfront District, this entertainment capital of Delaware pays homage to musical greats with shows ranging from outdoor jazz festivals to rock and roll concerts, and an equally diverse offerings of enjoyable restaurants and venues.

Bally's Dover Casino Resort: Home to the largest casino and largest hotel in the state of Delaware, as well as a harness horse racing track that is surrounded by Dover International Speedway. The hotel and casino building complex has over 2,700 slot machines, 40 game tables, and an 18,000 square foot ballroom which hosts entertainment, conferences, and conventions.

Delaware Beaches: The beaches have a vibrant nightlife with options for all ages. Rehoboth and Dewey, unlike the quieter beaches of Bethany and Fenwick, have consistent entertainment, all year, on both weekdays and weekends.


Delaware Beaches: Dewey, Rehoboth, Lewes, Bethany, and Fenwick are all enjoyable, clean, and family-friendly oceanside towns. They offer a countless number of restaurants, many boating and fishing areas, golf courses, boardwalk areas, and premium outlet shopping.