1 acres in Sussex County, Delaware
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Frank Parks
Home Team Realty

1 acres in Sussex County, Delaware

24496 Blackberry, Georgetown , Delaware 19947 - Sussex County
$292,000 1 Acres
3 beds 2 Bathrooms 2140 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 5272228


A home community set between Millsboro and Georgetown, Black Creek Cove lies just to the west of the Morris Mill Pond off Peterkins Road. This small community of deep lots surrounded by trees and wetlands is the perfect setting for your new Insight home. With a charming front entrance and landscaping, to a wide variety of lot sizes to accommodate your home, this neighborhood also puts you just minutes to many things to do. Quality is not an upgrade as standard features included are granite countertops, tankless hot water heater (on demand hot water) 9' standard ceilings,central vacuum, blown in insulation, low E windows and a guaranteed Home Energy Rating Score of 55 or lower which is well below the national average! HOA fees include, pool, clubhouse, gym, walking trails and lawn maintenance. Buyer agents welcome, see registration information in Agent Remarks. *Price will vary depending on lot and upgrade selections. Taxes are estimated. Pictures may show available options and upgrades


From Route 113 (South of Georgetown) : Make a left onto Governor Stockley Road. Follow until right turn onto Zoar Road. Make a left turn onto Peterkins Road. Community will be on the right. Blackberry Drive.

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Frank Parks

Home Team Realty

959 Norman Eskridge Hwy
Seaford, Delaware 19973

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