Coastal Living in Delaware

image_copy1Your vision of the perfect beach home may be an intimate cottage, a grand vacation home or something in between. At The Lewes Building Company our goal is to build you a distinctive home that reflects your personality, compliments your lifestyle and fits your budget. We can assist with all aspects of the construction process including choosing a home site and consulting with you on your house design and floor plan.

Why Live in Delaware?

Coastal Delaware is one of the few regions in the nation that offers beautiful beaches, a small town lifestyle, and a lower cost of living all within a few hours’ drive of major metropolitan areas. It is an attractive retirement destination and an ideal place to build your second home. Unlike many urban areas, Lewes and Rehoboth offer a wide variety of options for home sites including scattered lots, home sites in existing residential communities or home sites in resort towns. Property owners here enjoy significantly lower property taxes than in the surrounding states.

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Featured Articles on the Delaware Beaches

image_cover_retireesBest Places to Retire
Rehoboth Beach is “The Nation’s Summer Capital” for a reason: Generations of visitors return time and again to enjoy the sun and surf. Coastal Delaware is an attractive place to retire or build a second home because of the lower cost of living, proximity to metro areas, and a plethora of activities from birding and surfing to shopping and fine dining. (View the Wall Street Journal Article)

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image_cover_coupleRetiree Tax Guide to Delaware
Delaware is one of the tax-friendliest states for retirees. There is no sales tax and residents age 65 and older can benefit from various property-tax relief and tax credit programs as well as exemptions on retirement income. (View the Kiplinger Article)

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image_cover_delawarelifeBest Places to Live in Delaware
35 of the best towns in Delaware to live in. How does Lewes rate? Find out. (View the Delaware Today Article)