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One of the few cities in Delaware that straddles two counties, Milford is home to approximately 6,200 as it flows between Kent and Sussex Counties. Residents have the transportation advantages of two major north/south arteries, since Milton is situated at the intersection of U.S. 113 and Delaware 1. Well-kept older homes, mature shade trees, and a quaint downtown district blend in this historic town against the backdrop of the scenic Mispillion River. In fact, the Mispillion Riverwalk greenway serves as a center of community life, hosting outdoor activities and environmental programs. Founded as a shipbuilding town, Milford is now the celebrated host of the World Championship Weakfish Tournament on Delaware Bay. Nearby attractions include Abbott’s Mill Nature Center and Abbott’s Pond, where Delaware Nature Society provides hiking trails, canoeing opportunities, and nature programs. The close proximity of Slaughter Beach expands recreational opportunities as well as real estate options. Charming cottages, historic homes, beach bungalows, and handsome rural communities are all residential possibilities in the Milford area.
52 listings with an estimated median price of $650,000
(Data as of 10/25/2020)
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Median Age: 42.11
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The Community Educational Index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau's Socioeconomic Status (SES) elements. Factors used in creating the index below are income, educational achievement, and occupation of persons within the selected ZIP code. Since this index is based on the population of an entire Zip code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.
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