7322 Clubhouse Drive Milford, Delaware 19963
An Affordable Coastal Community
Brand-new and beautiful! Milford Ponds is a charming community of comfortable and affordable new homes located just minutes from beautiful Downtown Milford, DE and 15 minutes to Delaware beaches and Dover. If you’re looking for a laid-back lifestyle minutes from everywhere you want to be, a brand-new modern home, and a friendly community filled with amenities, then Milfod Ponds might just be the perfect place for you.
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Designed and built by Ryan Homes, the homes of Milford Ponds feature open, flowing floorplans designed to take advantage of the convenience of first-floor living. Choose your own features—like bonus rooms or even basements—and add the finishing touches with your own color palette. And enjoy the savings of a BuiltSmart home, complete with energy-efficient appliances.
It’s friendly and fun! Milford Ponds is a community designed for connection. At the heart of the neighborhood, the community clubhouse is the perfect place for gathering and meeting new friends. And the community pool is the perfect way to stay cool during the summer (when you’re not at the beach!). There’s even a scenic neighborhood pond to admire as you stroll through the neighborhood.
Explore the Area Around Milford Ponds
Milford Ponds is conveniently located just five minutes from Downtown Milford, a historic town center complete with a charming riverwalk and plenty of local shops and restaurants. At Milford Ponds, you’re also just 15 minutes from Lewes and beautiful Delaware beaches like Slaughter Beach and Broadkill Beach. You’re 15 miles from Dover and even within a commute of Wilmington. Plus, there are tons of beautiful outdoor areas to explore nearby, like Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge and Killens Pond State Park.