Coastal VillagesCoastal Villages is a tranquil community offering new homes with low-maintenance lawns in Selbyville, the perfect place to call home if you are looking for a beach lifestyle with all the conveniences of modern living. Situated in the serene Fenwick Island area where the smell of saltwater is in the air, homeowners enjoy living just minutes from peaceful beaches, local shopping, nearby golf courses, and dining at famous area restaurants like Catch 54 and Harpoon Hanna’s. Locals highly recommend catching a local concert at the Freeman Arts Pavilion, kayaking in Fenwick Island State Park or paddle boarding in the Little Assawoman Bay. Enjoy resort living in the community with coming soon amenities: a clubhouse, pool, boat storage area, and kiddie pool. Coastal Villages offers spacious, open-concept ranch and two-story homes ranging from 1,748 to 2,653 square feet.
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Homes from the $358s
1,676 - 2,313 sq. ft.
Amenities: Tot Lot, Pool, Club House, Walking - Nature Trails, Park, Exercise - Fitness, Bocce
Homes from the $405s
1,748 - 2,814 sq. ft.
Amenities: Pool, Tennis, Club House, Exercise - Fitness, Playground
WELCOME TO DELAWARE!
From the unique beaches, the beautiful natural wilderness, historic mansions, charming gardens, rich history, and tax-free shopping, there is so much to explore in Delaware!
Delaware was the first State to ratify the U.S. Constitution gaining the nickname The First State! Also, a business leader, more than half of all U.S. publicly traded companies and over 60% of the Fortune 500 incorporated in Delaware. Delaware is also home to the largest population of horseshoe crabs in the world!
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.