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Property Details

Price to sell in Milton! Price reduced on this Luxurious, custom built, one of a kind 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home in the beautiful, secluded Reddenwood Development! This 4,200 square foot home boasts all the upgrades you could imagine! It is a must se
  • MLS Number: 721138
  • Status: Active
  • Price: $524,900
  • Property Type:
  • Area: Broadkill Hundred
  • Community: Reddenwood
  • School District: Cape Henlopen
  • Square Footage: 4,200
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Full Bathrooms: 3
  • Half Bathrooms: 1
  • Number of Stories: 2
  • New Construction: No
  • County Taxes: $1,796
  • Association Fee: $790
  • Furnished: No
  • Lot Square Feet: 51,836
  • Lot Size Acres: 1.19
  • Lot Description: Irregular Shape, Landscaped, Partially Wooded
  • Water: Well
  • Sewer: LPP Septic

Interior Features

  • Kitchen: Breakfast Bar, Countertops - Granite, Eat In, Island, Pantry
  • Fireplace: Gas
  • Heating: Forced Air, Heat Pump(s), Multi Zone
  • Cooling: Central A/C, Heat Pump(s), Zoned A/C
  • Flooring: Carpet, Hardwood, Tile
  • Basement: Crawl Space
  • Attic: Access Only
  • Appliances: Cooktop, Dishwasher, Dryer-Electric, Fridge w/Ice Maker, Garage Door Opener, Instant Hot Water, Oven/Range Electric, Refrigerator, Washer, Water Heater Gas, Water Heater Tankless
  • Interior Features: Bedroom-Entry Level, Built In Bookcases, Cable TV Prewired, Ceiling Fan(s), Fireplace-Gas, Insulated Door(s), Insulated Window(s), Insulation, MBED-Full Bath, MBED-Separate Shower and Tub, Pull-Down Attic Stairs, Screen(s), Tub-2+ Person, Walk-In Closets, Window T

Exterior Features

  • Style: Contemporary
  • Construction Type: Stick/Frame
  • Exterior Type: Vinyl Siding
  • Roofing: Architectural Shingle
  • Foundation: Poured Concrete
  • Garage: Attached
  • Garage Size: 2
  • Parking: Driveway/Off Street, Garage
  • Porch/Deck/Patio: Deck - Rear, Patio - Front, Three Season Room
  • Exterior Features: Irrigation System

Listing Courtesy of RE/MAX REALTY GROUP REHOBOTH

Buying a Home in Harbenson: Retirement Myths Abound

That housing needs change as people get older goes without saying. For Harbenson Baby Boomers, the "getting older" concept has gradually morphed from the distant abstraction it seemed in the 60’s and 70’s to a more immediate concern. And of all the decisions that will have the most impact on those nearing their golden years, buying the right Harbenson home—one that makes the most sense for the future—tops the list.

Boomers have heard and read much advice about buying a home; advice having to do with downsizing, mobility issues and the like. Most of it is cautionary…and not very cheerful. But suddenly weighing into seniors’ "buying a home" deliberations is a contrary point of view: one that many of them have apparently begun to suspect on their own. It’s news that could be of considerable importance, not only for their own age group, but for younger adults as well:

Growing older doesn’t seem to be nearly as dire as everyone has been led to believe.

Last Monday, "Why Everything You Know about Aging is Probably Wrong" led The Wall Street Journal’s special insert on planning and living "in the new retirement." Its lead article dissected the most common preconceptions Americans have about aging, including the expected declines in mind, body, productivity, and stereotypes of growing loneliness and depression. "Everyone knows that as we age…life becomes less satisfying and enjoyable," the Journal reported…followed by what a wide range of research shows: "Everyone, it seems, is wrong."

Housing Regulations Guide Hunt for Good Milton Tenants

Every landlord has had the feeling at one time or another that a prospective Milton tenant may not be a good choice. Call it a hunch, or intuition—but something tells you that this tenant may be trouble down the road. There is more than enough riding on the decision to make you want to pay attention to your instincts, but that’s where being aware of the dos and don’ts of tenant management comes into play. You need to protect your business and property, but in so doing, you also need to heed outside factors.

Chief among those factors is the housing laws and regulations. This is a realm where there’s no shortage of fine print—and since I don’t offer legal advice, we needn’t wade into the technical weeds. But there are some common sense concepts that should shed light on the subject.

One of the key things to remember is that it is frowned upon to arbitrarily accept or reject tenants based on personal preferences or whims. Of course, a landlord does own the property whose use the tenant is asking to borrow, but nevertheless, most people understand why anti-discrimination laws have been created. Some feel they go too far—some, that they don’t go far enough—but at any rate, one fact is indisputable: ignoring the rules can have bad consequences.

One easy-to-follow idea is to prepare your own written standards for accepting prospective Milton tenants (standards that are certain to not contravene discrimination guidelines). Another that is universally considered good practice is to require every applicant to fill out an application form with the kind of information that state and federal guidelines allow. When everyone is required to complete an application in full, failing to do so becomes grounds for rejection. The kinds of information should be relevant to the landlord’s business needs; and the standards may be high or low, as long as they are evaluated evenly for every applicant. Some common criteria:

· Prospective tenants should never have been evicted from a property.

· Prospective tenants should have a credit score above a certain level

· They should have no record of any judgments having been levied against them for failure to pay utilities.

· They should have proof of employment and enough income to reliably pay rent (the national average income level is 3 times rent).

· Prospective tenants should supply references from previous landlords—references that can be verified over the phone.

Of course, none of this means a landlord is required to rent to just anyone who comes by. The key is to define the ideal tenant, make sure that ideal isn’t based on random discriminatory criteria (like race or sex or religion)—and then to adhere to a consistent evaluation process. And the fact is, the potential financial rewards should more than compensate for heeding the basic ground rules.

If you will be taking a look at the inviting opportunities that Milton income properties currently offer, I’d like to show you some of the best ones. Give me a call!