The state of Delaware is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to top spots for retirement. What makes it so attractive? Delaware is a low-tax state, and is an easy drive to major metropolitan cities like Philadelphia and Baltimore, as well as the District of Columbia. "The First State" offers a wealth of culture and history, and is in close proximity to highly-rated health care facilities like Johns Hopkins Hospital. Surrounded by 19 state parks and trails to help retirees stay active and fit, learn more about Delaware’s retirement benefits here.
With winter just around the corner, it’s time to start planning a seasonal mini-vacation! Even if you love spending the chilly months curled up in a blanket in front of a fire at home, these getaways with their scenic views and other attractions will tempt you to explore other ways to relax and rejuvenate in and around your home state.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and Delaware’s Middletown and surrounding area have a stellar line up of events to help you celebrate! As Delaware’s famous Alfred I. duPont once said, “I hope that Christmas time will find you well, without worries and therefore content. I can imagine no other blessings which would tend towards making the Yuletide brighter, and if these blessings are granted, you can ask for nothing more.” In this spirit, here are some local blessings to bring you cheer!
For being such a small state, Delaware has a lot to offer and a lot to love. While its pristine beaches and historic estates make Delaware a great vacation destination, “the first state” is also a great place to work, raise a family, and retire. Here are our top nine reasons to move to and celebrate living in Delaware.
Among the first things you may analyze as you begin your home shopping journey are price and value. Once you determine your budget, the key question is: where can you find the best value based on your criteria? The factors that affect a home’s value can be complex and should be carefully examined and understood.
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Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, looking to relocate your family or entering retirement, Delaware offers many amenities that make it “the first state” in more ways than one. For such a small state, Delaware boasts an incredible variety of topography, from beautiful ocean beaches to secluded forests to lakes to sand dunes to well-maintained public parks.
With the summer months drawing to a close, most of us have already taken our major trips for the year and are saving any remaining vacation time for the holidays. But while getting back into a routine has its own joys, there’s always room for a weekend or day-trip getaway to explore and relax. We’ve handpicked our favorite Delaware locations for your mini fall vacation to keep your travel bug happy!
Crisp breezes herald the advent of autumn, America’s favorite season, and we’ve got the perfect line-up of Middletown fall events to help you celebrate. Whether you’re looking for a pumpkin picking patch for the whole family, a classic Oktoberfest with friends, a creative date idea, or simply somewhere to connect with your Middletown neighbors, this list has something for everyone.