Explore Real Estate in Beautiful Millsboro
Millsboro is the quintessential rural hometown, conveniently located near the intersection of Routes 113 and 24. The town is home to many unique local buinsesses, like antique stores and great eateries, as well as some of the country's largest employers. Its beautiful Cupola Park contains the largest Cypress tree in the state, and its three freshwater ponds have made it a mecca for boaters and anglers. It's also a haven for sun worshippers, golfers, and retirees seeking high-quaility living.
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Why Do Residents Choose Millsboro?
So Many Things to Do
There's always something happening in Millsboro! The annual Nanticoke Native American Tribe Powwow is one of the area's most popular events with residents and visitors alike, but it's far from the only event in town. In addition to the Powwow, annual events and festivals include the 4th of July Parade, the Big Thursday Festival held on the second Thursday of August, Festival Hispano, and free community concerts in Cupola Park on summer Sundays.
Amazing Outdoor Exploration
Get outside and enjoy some sunshine in Millsboro! One of the town's top outdoor spots is Cupola Park, a beautiful and amenity-filled park along the Indian River. Here, you can enjoy scenic walking paths, a playground, a picnic area, shoreline fishing, and even a boat ramp into the Indian River. It's also home to community events and festivities, like Concerts in the Park. Just a short drive from Millsboro, there are numerous other outdoor areas to enjoy, like Trap Pond State Park, Assawoman Wildlife Area, and Redden State Forest.
So Many Ways to Enjoy the Coast
The tidal Indian River begins at Millsboro Pond and flows into the Atlantic Ocean at the Indian River Inlet, making Millsboro an ideal retreat for boaters and anglers. The town is also conveniently located in the back bay area, approximately halfway between the Rehoboth/Dewey Beach area and the Quiet Resorts of Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island. Millsboro is also a short skip, hop, and jump from the historic towns of Lewes and Milton.
Outstanding Master-Planned Communities
Millsboro is often chosen by residents for its outstanding master-planned communities. Some of our favorites are:
The Peninsula: Coastal Delaware's only true gated community, The Peninsula is resort-style coastal living at its finest, complete with beautiful homes and a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
Plantation Lakes: Enjoy a beach lifestyle with golf right in your backyard at Plantation Lakes. With both townhome and single-family homes, Plantation Lakes has something for everyone, including an Arthur Mills Championship Golf Course.
Peninsula Lakes: An active and outdoor lifestyle awaits at Peninsula Lakes, where you can enjoy a private lakefront clubhouse with fitness center, a beach-entry pool, 11 stocked lakes, a fishing pier, and miles of walking trails.
Independence: Independence has been a top Active Adult choice for Coastal Delaware retirees since 2007, and now there's a host of new homes to choose from! Plus, residents enjoy access to one of the most spectacular clubhouses in Coastal Delaware!
Millsboro at a Glance
Travel & Commute
Rehoboth Beach: 34 min
Dover: 56 min
Bethany Beach: 30 min
Major Roads: DE-26, US-113