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DISCOVER WILMINGTON REAL ESTATE

Wilmington really does live up to the city’s motto, “In the middle of it all.” There’s no confusion as to how impactful Wilmington is to the economic, cultural and environmental status of the entire state. Residents of Wilmington are fortunate to live in such a beautiful location that really is central to both urban and rural amenities.

Wilmington real estate is quite diverse, ranging from new mid-rise condos, quaint row houses and town houses and single family homes to more stately estates and historic properties. Just about anything is available among the homes for sale in Wilmington and it is definitely getting positive attention from home buyers from across the state.

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MORE ABOUT WILMINGTON

Wilmington has a population of approximately 71,000 residents and is located in New Castle County, where it is the county seat and largest city in the state. First settled in 1638 by Swedish settlers, the area that would become Wilmington emerged as a strategic trading and military location. In the 1800s, manufacturers and merchants transformed the city into a thriving commercial center that continues today. Wilmington’s local economy depends on finance, insurance, health care, retail, higher education and more. Residents of Wilmington certainly benefit from living in the largest and most accessible city around.

Wilmington is located on the Delaware River and is bordered by Talleyville in the north, Penns Grove, New Castle in the south, Elsmere in the west and Penns Grove, New Jersey in the east. Major roads that help residents get around the city include I-95, I-295 and I-495, among others. Public transportation is provided by buses, so residents can get around as needed. The Port of Wilmington is a key location on the east coast for shipping and trade.

The city of Wilmington is comprised of many different neighborhoods, each with a unique history. Historic districts include Baynard Boulevard, Quaker Hill, Trinity Vicinity, Rockford Park and Kentmere Parkway, among others. Other neighborhoods within the city include Union Park Gardens, Wawaset park, Little Italy, Riverside and Eastlawn, just to name a few. Public schools are managed by three different school districts, Brandywine, Christina and Red Clay School Districts.

There are lots of reasons for residents to love living in Wilmington, but the community amenities definitely top the list. The city parks are outstanding and include Brandywine Park, Rockford Park, Eden Park, Fairgrounds Park, Brown Park and Matson Run Parkway. The Wilmington Riverfront is a revitalized area that turned old shipyards into a fine retail, residential and commercial mixed-use space. Two local newspapers provide residents with all the local happenings. All in all, the city of Wilmington is definitely among the top when it comes to community amenities.

Wilmington is the cultural center for the state and there are lots of attractions, historic sites, and entertainment venues for residents of all ages. History lovers will enjoy Fort Christina State Park, Delaware Historic Society and Holy Trinity (Old Swedes’) Church. Family-friendly attractions include Delaware Children’s Museum, Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame and Brandywine Zoo. Other attractions worth a visit are the Delaware Center for Horticulture, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Delaware Children’s Theatre, Rodney Square and the Wilmington Drama League.

Home buyers are smart to check out Wilmington real estate. In no time at all they will fall in love with one of the homes for sale in Wilmington.