About The Spring Arbor Neighborhood
Spring Arbor is 55+ clubhouse community located in Middletown, Delaware featuring gorgeous, one-story living, a sensational clubhouse, and the perfect location close to beautiful Delaware beaches, world-class golf, Wilmington and Brandywine Valley attractions and tax-free shopping in Middletown or the Christiana Mall just minutes away.
Spring Arbor has 317 homes (182 single family homes and 135 carriage homes) in a cozy community where all the exterior maintenance is provided as part of the package. Spring Arbor’s spacious 2 and 3 bedroom homes have luxurious amenities, plus garages and lofts.The Homeowners Association maintains the common areas within the community and also takes care of lawn maintenance and all exterior maintenance for homeowners. Spring Arbor’s residential water, sewer, electric and trash is provided and billed by the town of Middletown.
Enjoy the Spring Arbor Amenities
Spring Arbor’s is thoughtfully designed to meet the lifestyle needs of the homeowners. This 55+ community's vibrant 7,000 sq. ft. clubhouse (with Dance Floor, Library, Kitchen & Bar Area, Conference Room and Lounge & TV Center) was designed with active adults in mind and includes a pool, fitness center, tennis courts, walking trails with community events, trips and activities, too.
- Fitness Center with Exercise Classes
- Tennis Courts
- Walking Trails
- Bocce Courts
View Spring Arbor's Site Plan
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Browse the floor plans to see which model best suits you:
Ranch Home Designs available as resales only
Atwood - 3-4 bedrooms, 2 baths, from 1,744 square feet
Brooks 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, from 2,035 square feet
Dalton 3 bedroomss, 2.5 baths, from 2,035 square feet
Kipling 3-4 bedrooms, 3 Bath, from 1,544 square feet
Wyatt 2-4 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, from 1,936 square feet
Carriage Home Series available as resales only
The Classic Series available as resales only
About the Town Of Middletown
Middletown, Delaware, located about 24 miles south of Wilmington, is an early crossroads town, one of the old Delaware towns not on a navigable waterway. Locals refer to this area as "below the Canal", out of the busy traffic of the Wilmington area, but not too far from the hub. It was originally a tavern stop about half-way on the old cart road that extends across the peninsula between Appoquinimink Creek in Odessa and Bohemia Landing on the eastern branch of the Bohemia River in Maryland; thus the name, “Middletown.” Read More about Middletown.
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, feel free to contact us. Call 302-424-1890 or email Kathy@activeadultsrealty.com for Sussex County communities or Bill@activeadultsrealty.com for communities in Kent and New Castle Counties.
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