Ponds at Bayberry South
About The Ponds at Bayberry South
The Ponds at Bayberry South is a new 55+ active adult retirement community in New Castle County, Delaware. The neighborhood is conveniently located one mile west of major travel routes Route 13 and Route 1 in Newark. 500+ energy efficiency homes will be set in this maintenance-free lifestyle perfect for the 55 and Better Buyers and developed as a part of the amenity-rich Bayberry Community.
Construction at The Ponds at Bayberry is well underway. More than 52% of this 850-acre section of the community will be preserved as open space. The Neighborhood will be reminiscent of a small American town with distinctive architecture; green, tree-lined boulevards, acres and acres of parkland, retail and recreational amenities and a variety of historically-inspired, energy-efficient homes.
Future shopping opportunities will include Bayberry’s own planned Town Center that will have retail and restaurant space. In addition to providing convenient shopping and a central gathering place, the Town Center will encourage evening strolls, provide opportunities for dining out and offer residential options within walking distance of Main Street.
Enjoy the Ponds at Bayberry South Amenities
- The Clubhouse: will be approx. 9,000sq. ft. with Fitness Center, Aerobics Studio, Hobby/Game room, Multi-purpose room, Card Room and Ballroom
- Walking/Biking Trails
- Outdoor Pool
- Tennis Facilities
- Bocce Ball Courts
- Parks & Natural Space
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. 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.”
Middletown was incorporated on Feb. 12, 1861. The first town council decided the town should be one mile square, commencing at the corner of the crossroads and extending one-half mile in each direction. Thus it was known as the “Diamond Town of the Diamond State.” As the town has grown, its boundaries have extended in each direction. Read More about Middletown.
View The Ponds at Bayberry South's Site Plan
Follow the Link to view the Site Plan where homes are now being built. Below you can see the Model Homes that are only available in this community and they can be customized to suit your individual taste. When you look at pricing, especially on the "to be built" homes, remember that new construction is always listed at the BASE MODEL PRICE.
New Home Floor Plans
The Ponds at Bayberry South was exclusively developed for 55 and better homeowners, these homes will include a main level owner’s suite, beautiful kitchens, two-car garage and full basement. Further customize your home by adding a light-filled sun-room, a cozy fireplace, finished space in the basement, or even a second floor guest’s retreat on certain models. Browse the floor plans to see which model best suits you:
Check out these two New Floorplans at the Ponds at Bayberry South
The Stewart II - 3 - 5 Bedrooms, 2 - 4 Bathrooms from 2,224 - 4,190 square feet
The Kelly - 2 - 4 Bedrooms, 2 - 3 Bathrooms from 1,910 - 3,213 square feet
The Brando 2 bedrooms, 2 baths from 1,376 to 1,547 square feet
The Cooper - 2 bedrooms, 2 baths from 1,749 to 1,920 square feet
The Hope - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths from 1,838 to 2,639 square feet
The Loren - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths from 2,097 to 2,975 square feet
The Stewart - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths from 2,250 to 3,121 square feet
The Tracy - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths from 2,436 to 2,694 square feet
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.