Lewes, Delaware 19958
Hawkseye Real Estate
Private Area, Spacious Homes, Access to Everything
Located just outside of the coastal town of Lewes, Delaware, Hawkseye is a perfect retreat for those in search of a little peace, quiet, and a hint of nature with easy access to small-town culture and amenities. Nestled into rolling green hills between Lewes Beach, the Cape Henlopen State Park, and Rehoboth Beach, the beautiful neighborhood of Hawkseye provides easy access to beaches and outdoor recreation, as well as shopping, dining, and entertainment in both downtown Lewes and Rehoboth.
Luxury Home Amenities and a Beautiful Community
Besides access to downtown and outdoor recreation, the neighborhood of Hawkseye retains bragging rights to several key amenities. Its spacious custom homes boast such luxury amenities as open floorplans, cherry and red oak cabinets, granite countertops, upgraded appliances, stone fireplaces, and steam showers.
Additionally, the neighborhood itself is home to a gated, professionally cleaned and maintained outdoor pool and bathhouse, as well as a private pond and park, and biking trails. The community hosts various events throughout the year to bring friends and neighbors closer together. Previous events have included a Fourth of July Parade, Fish On! Party Night, and several Block Parties.
The Best of Recreation
The main attraction of this coastal area of Delaware is probably its outdoor recreation. With beaches, state parks, and miles of walking, hiking, and biking trails, possibilities for outdoor relaxation, exploration, and exercise are literally endless.
Up for a little bird watching? Check out the Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge, which is dedicated primarily to migratory birds. There is also the DuPont Nature Center, a science-based educational facility, and the beautiful beaches of Lewes, Rehoboth, and Dewey. And Cape Henlopen State Park has a plethora of opportunities for fun.
Cape Henlopen State Park
Beaches, picnics, disc golf, basketball, hiking trails, and community events can all be found at Cape Henlopen State Park. Whether you’re in the mood for sunbathing, swimming, relaxing, or getting some exercise, you can find an activity to suit your mood. Seasonal events such as the Kite Festival and the Halloween Fantasy Trail promote community involvement, and recreational programs increase knowledge on the recreation and history of the surrounding areas.
Junction and Breakwater Nature Trail
Residents of Hawkseye have the added privilege of access to the Junction and Breakwater Nature Trail, which starts in the neighborhood and stretches from Cape Henlopen State Park to Rehoboth Beach.
Looking for a change of pace from beaches and outdoors? There’s always some fun to be had in downtown Lewes or Rehoboth! Check out these popular attractions for a fun-filled day or afternoon.
- Enjoy a show at the Clear Space Theatre
- Appreciate some world class classical music at Coastal Concerts
- Brush up on your history at the Lewes Historical Society
- Catch an indie at Rehoboth Beach Film Society
Looking for a good spot to grab a bite? Check out one of these top-rated eateries in Lewes and Rehoboth:
- America’s Pie
- The Backyard
- Bethany Blues BBQ
- Big Fish Grill
- Crooked Hammock Brewery
- Cultured Pearl Restaurant and Sushi Bar
- Delaware Distilling Company
- Dewey Beer Co
Whether you're in search of grocery, retail, or something else entirely, you'll find it in Lewes or Rehoboth.
- Lewes Farmer’s Market
- Rehoboth Mall
- Tanger Outlets
- Rehoboth Beach Surf Shop
- Food Lion
Homes in Hawkseye
Homes in the Hawkseye neighborhood are luxurious and spacious, often with 4+ bedrooms and bathrooms. Email us for the current models and availability.
While we strive to do our best to have the most current information available on our website, please note that availability of models, their prices, and square footage are subject to change without notice by the Builder. For the most current info on models available, pricing and square footage, please contact us. Call 302-424-1890 or email Broker@ActiveAdultsRealty.com. You may want to read this article on Understanding Base Model Pricing.