One of the finest beach communities in Delaware, Rehoboth Crossing is in the final phase

Act now to enjoy beach living this summer - new homes in Delaware

By Steve Cook

It stands to reason that buyers who want a home in Rehoboth Beach, located in Sussex County, Delaware, want to be as close to the ocean as possible. They also want new construction, so they can move in and start living the shore life. Convenience is also key. Rehoboth Crossing has it all. Not only are these new homes in Rehoboth east of Route 1, but they’re also within biking and walking distance from the Gordons Pond section of Cape Henlopen State Park, downtown Rehoboth Beach and the many restaurants and stores that line Route 1.

Evidently, second-home buyers have seen Rehoboth Crossing’s advantages. There are just 20 residences left in this townhouse community by LC Homes, a Sussex County builder specializing in new homes in Delaware. Three are ready for immediate delivery.

All the residences have three-stories, three bedrooms, 9-foot ceilings on the main living level and a single-car garage. The standard home has two-and-a-half baths, but for a limited time, LC Homes is offering a complimentary third full bathroom, as well as a screened porch or deck off the owner’s bedroom.

Rehoboth Crossing caters to those who want the classic coastal stress-free lifestyle. Along with the low-maintenance townhouses, residents enjoy a pool and a clubhouse with an equipped fitness center and an activity/gathering room with a full kitchen.

The major attractions are easily accessed from Rehoboth Crossing. Nage, an award-winning restaurant just up the street, is next to the popular Touch of Italy. This summer, Jimmy’s Grille is coming to the same center. The outlets run down Route 1 like pearls on a string. Take your choice of bargains.

Since Rehoboth Crossing is off an access road that runs along Route 1, you can peddle the back roads into downtown Rehoboth and bypass the busy 1A exit. Grab a craft beer at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats ¬– which has become as much of a destination as the beach itself. Dig into oysters at Henlopen City Oyster House, or try at taco at Papa Grande’s Coastal Taqueria.

The new neighborhood is next to the Junction and Breakwater Trail that runs between Lewes and Rehoboth. Part of Cape Henlopen State Park, the trail is popular among joggers, walkers and bicyclists.

With three newly built townhomes waiting and ready, you can move in and furnish your Delaware beach home by Memorial Day. Or opt to build it your way and select from the many options available.

To learn how Delaware-based LC Homes – which also has new homes for sale in Kent County and New Castle County – can build your dream home at Rehoboth Beach, call 302-260-9670 for more information or visit

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