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On The Market: English Manor on Chester County countryside

A private English pub room in the lower level, adjacent to a stone hearth fireplace and billiards room, make it easy to feel closer to London than Philadelphia.

On the Market profiles homes for sale in the Philadelphia region.

Gail Sanders and her husband Dariel partnered with renowned local architect Peter Batchelor

Why move to Delaware?

The state of Delaware is ideally located in between 4 major North East cites – only a 90 minute drive to NYC, 25 minutes commute to Philadelphia, or 100 miles to Washington D.C. Recreational avenues also abound; the resort areas of Rehoboth Beach (http://www.cityofrehoboth.com/) and the Pocono Mountains

Wilmington Seeks a Youthful Energy Downtown

WILMINGTON, Del. — In a downtown district previously characterized by pawnshops and check-cashing stores, hundreds of apartments are being built here for a new generation of young professionals who want to live and play in the communities where they work.

Buildings that have been vacant or underused for years are being

Tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dudley Spencer House

The Dudley Spencer House, known as Laurel, is the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structure in Delaware. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath contemporary house is set in a private, natural setting in Wilmington, and is for sale for the first time ever.

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Queen of the hill: 1893 Victorian lady still stands

The years have been hard on this once-grand dame as decades of urban growth encroached ever closer to her hilltop property.

Never mind. She has refused to give up the stately demeanor of a proud Victorian lady.

“She must have been the Queen of the Hill,” when she was built from 1892