Fenwick Island is a small coastal town in Sussex County Delaware and home to less than 500 people. It’s part of the Maryland Delaware metropolitan area in the small town is actually located on a barrier spit called Fenwick Island. These quiet resort towns are perfect for seasonal commercial real estate businesses, investments, shops, and restaurants. Fenwick Island is across the state line from Ocean City Maryland which is a vibrant vacation resort, so when people want to get away to a quieter part of town, Fenwick Island is often their toys.
Fenwick Island doesn’t actually sit on a barrier island but on a narrow peninsula resembling a barrier island. This narrow strip of land separates the Atlantic Ocean from Little Assawoman Bay. The town was an unincorporated area between South Bethany and Ocean City until 1953 when the Delaware Gen. assembly passed an act to incorporate the small town.
Whether you are in the market for a small general store, ice cream shop, commercial warehouse or investment property, contact me at any time for details on commercial property in Fenwick Island. Due to its size, there’s typically a small handful of commercial or investment properties at any one time. Highway one runs north and south directly through Fenwick Island on up to Fenwick Isle and South Bethany.
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