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5 Reasons to Buy a Home in Rehoboth Beach, DE

Patrick Crocetta

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Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is not just a destination; it’s a lifestyle. Hometown America offers two beautiful communities in this scenic part of Delaware: Rehoboth Bay and Angola Beach & Estates. Nestled along the Atlantic coastline, this charming beach town offers more than just sun, sand, and surf. If you’re contemplating a move, here are the top 5 reasons that buying a new home in Rehoboth Beach might be the best decision you’ll ever make. 

  1. Beachfront Bliss: Imagine waking up to the sound of gentle waves and the fresh ocean breeze. Rehoboth Beach boasts pristine, sandy shores that stretch for miles. Whether you’re an avid beachcomber, a water sports enthusiast, or simply seeking a tranquil place to unwind, having a home just steps away from the beach allows you to embrace the coastal lifestyle every day. Hometown America’s community, Rehoboth Bay, has all of this and more! 
  1. Quaint Charm and Vibrant Culture: Rehoboth Beach is not just a beach town; it’s a community filled with charm and character. The boardwalk is lined with boutique shops, diverse restaurants, and art galleries. The town’s vibrant culture is clear in its events, from the annual Sea Witch Festival to live music performances. Purchasing a new home here means immersing yourself in a relaxed pace of life while celebrating the joys of coastal living. At Hometown America’s Angola Beach & Estates, you will be minutes from all the action and entertainment of the boardwalk. 
  1. Tax-Friendly Environment: Delaware, often referred to as the “Home of Tax-Free Shopping,” extends its tax benefits to homeowners. With no sales tax and one reasonable monthly land-lease community fee, buying a new home in Rehoboth Beach provides a picturesque setting and offers financial advantages that make living here even more appealing.  You will enjoy these financial benefits!
  1. Outdoor Recreation Paradise: Beyond the sandy shores, Rehoboth Beach is surrounded by natural beauty. Cape Henlopen State Park, just a short drive away, offers hiking trails, birdwatching, and stunning views of Delaware Bay. Water enthusiasts can explore the Inland Bays by kayak or take a scenic bike ride along the Junction and Breakwater Trail. If you crave an active outdoor lifestyle, Rehoboth Beach has it and it’s all within reach from either of Hometown America’s locations – Rehoboth Bay and Angola Beach & Estates. 
  1. Proximity to Urban Amenities: While Rehoboth Beach provides a peaceful escape, it’s conveniently close to urban amenities. The city of Wilmington is just a couple of hours away, offering a rich cultural scene, shopping districts, and diverse dining options. This perfect balance between coastal tranquility and urban accessibility makes Rehoboth Beach an ideal location for those seeking the best of both worlds. 

Rehoboth Beach beckons with its beachfront beauty, cultural richness, tax advantages, outdoor recreation, and convenient proximity to urban amenities. Purchasing a new home in this coastal haven is not just an investment, it’s a lifestyle that celebrates the joys of seaside living. Come see for yourself why people choose to live at Rehoboth Bay or Angola Beach and Estates. You may never want to leave! 

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