Open House - 1:00 to 3:00Kelly Grube482 Osbourne Ln482 Osbourne LnDoverDE19904http://propertyimage.leadingre.com/7152/0x5096BA4DF72E04E6E0034C9F2B844821/1.jpgBack on the market due to buyers financing. Beautiful home only 12 years old, on a quiet corner lot in the desirable community of LakeShore Village. With its seasonal view of Garrison Lake this home has been lovingly cared for & landscaped and offers space for all. The two-story entrance is flooded with natural light. New carpet in the living and dining room. The huge kitchen with dining area open to the family room complete with gas fire place. A sliding glass door from kitchen breakfast area to the huge back yard lot boasting a brand new maintenance-free fence perfect for the family pet and includes a play set the seller will leave if desired. A large laundry room and two car garage complete the first floor. Upstairs the master bedroom with vaulted ceilings, walk in closet and four piece master bath is the perfect place to relax at the end of the day. Three additional, large bedrooms and another large bathroom round out the upper floor. Brand new carpet has been installed throughout
Open House - 1:00 PM to 3:00 PMSandi Miller165 Boggs Run165 Boggs RunDoverDE19904http://propertyimage.leadingre.com/9552/0xA2D1B0496FFB9CF65F37D3C22EC6B3E9/1.jpgWelcome Home! Lovely home looking for a new owner. Priced to sell. Only available due to relocation. This beautiful two story colonial Lacrosse built model is located in the desirable community of Parker's Run. Minutes from Rt. 13 and Rt. 1. This home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a 2 car garage. A 2 story foyer with hardwood and lots of light. The foyer hallway includes a coat closet, chandelier, and carpet. A powder room with custom wood decorative accent wall, custom wood trimmed mirror, pedestal sink,upgraded light fixture,and hardwood floor. Large living room with ceiling fan, gas granite fireplace with custom wood trim, carpet and lots of light. The open and airy kitchen has an island with double SS sink, black appliances, 42" cabinets, lazy Susan, new custom back splash, ample cabinet space, pantry and vinyl floor. It also has a breakfast area with pendant light and bay window, a patio slider door that leads to the deck that overlooks the large level fenced backyard. Upstairs you will find the master bedroom suite with ceiling fan, 2 nice size walk in closets, carpet, a private master bath with Double sink vanity, new upgraded light fixture, shower and tub insert and vinyl floor. Nice size second and third bedrooms with carpet, new light fixture with lots of light and closet space. Upstairs laundry room with vinyl floor. Hall bath has single vanity, tub and shower insert and vinyl floor. Large full unfinished basement with egress window waiting to be finished. Beautiful curb appeal with fresh professional landscaping. Why wait! Tour this lovely home today!
While Delaware is known as the second smallest state in the United States at about 2000 square miles, this thriving community of about 780,000 residents statewide is packed with history, culture, recreation and commerce. Dover, Delaware, the seat of Kent County, is at the heart of it all being the capital of the first state and has consistently been on the move since its inception way back in 1683. William Penn was the original founder of this great city and named it after Dover, England, but it wasn’t until 1777 that Dover became the capital of Delaware. Originally founded on merely 125 acres by William Penn, the capital has expanded to roughly 26,000 acres today and continues to expand in this regard as well as in population and economy.
Over the years Dover has seen major expansions in manufacturing and government related work. Dover has been home to the International Laytex Corporation, commonly known as Playtex, since 1937 and has been supporting the U.S. Military via the Dover Air Force Base since just after World War II. Important fabrics that are used for aerospace and military use such as the Skylab and Apollo spacesuits and the spacesuit for the Space Shuttle’s Extravehicular Mobility Unit are produced through ILC Dover which is located in Frederica, a town about 15 miles south of Dover.
Due to its sales tax-free status, shopping is a major focus of Dover’s recreational activities. People from surrounding areas and even from bordering states come to the area to buy everything from shoes to boats in order to save some bucks. Dover offers unique local stores as well as national chains in Downtown Dover as well as at the Dover Mall.
The Schwartz Center for the Arts located in downtown Dover is the place to be to see everything from the Dover Symphony Orchestra to comedy acts to films. Formerly the Dover Opera house that was built back in 1904, this historic landmark reopened its box offices in 2001 after 19 years of them being closed after major renovations were made to expand and refresh this beautiful Dover original.
Other cultural activities take place year-round in Dover and include events such as Old Dover Days, a tribute to the history of Dover, the Amish Bike Tour, an excursion through the farmlands of Kent County by residents of all ages and abilities to enjoy good food and music and honor the peaceful Amish community, and the African-American Festival which is a celebration of Delaware’s brave role in the pre-Civil War Abolitionist and Underground Railroad Movements.
One of the most popular attractions of Dover, Delaware is the famous Dover International Speedway. A host to two of the NASCAR Nextel Cup/Busch Series races, this Delaware benchmark pulls in well over 100,000 tourists twice a year for these nationally known events. During its downtime, races such as the MBNA 400 are run here.
Dover Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 54 homes for sale in Dover, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 63% Single Family, 28% Land/lot and 9% Rental.
63% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
54 ft² / 5 m²
($12,000 - $1,500,000)
Weather in Dover
The average high temperatures in Dover range from 43 in January to 87 in July
Average home income in Dover
The average household income of a Dover resident is $67,148 with an average home value of $209,174
Population of Dover
Dover has 69,006 residents.
Home ownership in Dover
The average level of home ownership in Dover is 63%.
Education breakdown of Dover
Education levels of residents of Dover include: highschool 27%, associate 9%, bachelor 15%, graduate 9%.
Households in Dover
Dover has 25,930 homes, built on average 34 years ago.
Information from in and around Dover...
You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 54 homes for sale in Dover. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot and Rental. The average list price of these property results is 184,700. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Dover please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
The 54 homes for sale in Dover, DE are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Dover area. Member brokerages representing the 54 homes include Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. , Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate and WEICHERT, REALTORS®.