Bethany Beach is an unincorporated town in Sussex County and home to about 1000 residents but in the summertime that explodes to over 15,000 more as tourists and those on extended vacations grace the area. This is also known as the quiet resort area incorporating South Bethany and Fenwick Island. This area is home to seaside resorts, Boardwalk and sandy beaches.
This is a small community and Sussex County and home to about 2100 residents. It is the oldest community in the county dating back to the 1680s. It has a vibrant active adult community called Heritage Shores featuring one of the largest golf courses in the area.
Dagsboro is a small town in Sussex County and home to just about 800 people. It is part of the Maryland Delaware Metro area and dates back to the early 1900s. Today, Dagsboro is home to a modern shopping center, antique shops and a vibrant little downtown.
This unincorporated coastal town in eastern Sussex County is home to just under’s 400 residents, which actually is an increase of nearly 13% over the previous decade. Dewey Beach has been awarded a five-star rating in water quality, one of only 12 other locations in the state.
Fenwick Island is a coastal town in Sussex County and home to about 400 residents. This quiet coastal town was incorporated in 1953 and features a vibrant neighborhood, small businesses and seaside homes between the Atlantic Ocean and the Little Assawoman Bay.
Frankford Delaware is a small town in Sussex County and home to less than 1000 residents year-round. It’s home to small community events, activities, a few shops and a vibrant tourist season.
Georgetown is home to about 6500 residences and is the county seat of Sussex County. It’s part of the Salsberry, Maryland Delaware metropolitan area and it was the first colony in Delaware founded by the Dutch in 1631. If the home to Purdue farms, large chicken processing plant, which is attracted numerous anagrams from around the world stimulating growth and changing the towns demographics. With our diverse population, vibrant cultural scene, and community involvement, this makes an ideal place to call home.
This small, but progressive town in Delaware is home to about 2700 residents. It is part of the rapidly growing Cape capital region and is part of the metropolitan area of Salisbury and Maryland Delaware. It probably claims to be the first town in the first state settled all the way back in 1631.
Millsboro is one of the fastest growing towns in Sussex County with a population of around 4000 residents and increase of nearly 65% over the past decade.
This Sussex County town is home to less than 600 residents but it is growing rapidly. With beautiful weather, a farmers market, volunteer groups and community links, Millville offers a beautiful setting for families, retirees or anyone looking for that small town feel with close community ties.
Milton Delaware is located on the broad kill River, which empties into Delaware Bay. It’s home to about 5800 residences and is growing rapidly as part of the Salisbury, Maryland Delaware Metro area. Delaware route 5 passes right through Milton and was first settled in 1672 as a shipbuilding colony.
The beautiful coastal town of Ocean View is home to over 2000 residences with an 88% increase in population since 2000. This sleepy, bedroom community for the neighboring summer resort of Bethany Beach has become a popular place for coastal neighborhoods, historical estates, and ultimate tourist destination.
Ranked one of the top beaches in the nation, Rehoboth Beach offers colorful beach cottages, artsy boutiques, and funky restaurants. It’s home to just under 1500 residences as one of the fastest growing Cape capital region neighborhoods in Delaware.
Selbyville is home to about 2500 residences in Sussex County with history dating back to about 1778. It was incorporated in 1902 and originally known as Sandy Branch due to its location on a branch of the Cypress Swamp at the head of the St. Martin’s River. Today, one of his main employers is Mountaineer Farms, a poultry company which runs processing plant on Hosier ST.