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Susan June, Home Buyer in Long Neck, DE

I want to purchase a house/trailer in/around Millsboro. I want to own the land not lease it. Can someone give me the names of some neighborhoods?

Asked by Susan June, Long Neck, DE Fri Mar 7, 2014

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I have a class C three bedroom home with a large deck on the front and screened porch on the back- it has an oversized detached garage as well- all on a little less than 1 acre of your OWN land. The inside has been remodeled and beautiful. It is not in a community -just off of Rt 5 in Longneck on Friendship Rd. Did I mention that the porch overlooks adorable little stream in back! If your interested in looking I would be happy to show it to you! Good Luck
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2014
Hi Crystal, Could you please give me the address? Thankyou.
Flag Mon Mar 10, 2014
Susan, depending on what you want to spend, the best deal right now is the Village of Millwood. There is a great 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house available for the $120,000s! It's located off of Mitchell Rd. I'd be glad to help you find something - let me know!
Rich Cooper
Lewes Realty
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2014
There are several communities in Millsboro where you can own the land and the mobile like oak orchards, oak meadows, and oak crest farms to name a few. If you would like to see some of the homes in these developments. I would be happy to assist you in your search. My direct contact details are 302-703-7141.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Tony Sacco
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2014
add on to above. I'm getting very frustrated because all the listings I'm looking at are leased land. They really should have to post either lease or own on the description section it would make life much easier.

Maybe someone out there knows of a website that just lists properties that you own!!

Thank you
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 7, 2014
I agree.... I'm looking to move up there too and I also want to buy and own my own land but my budget will be limited. Not planning the move until Fall/winter 2015 but trying to get a feel for whats there. A way to separate owning the land vs leasing the land would make it much easier.
Flag Sun Jun 1, 2014
Work with a real estate agent. We can lead you directly to areas where you would own the land. Contact me for more details - 302-384-3277.
Yvonne Tyndale
Bay Coast Realty
Flag Sat Mar 8, 2014
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