Centreville (Greenville, DE)
By David Henke, Realtor, Homes Just West of Philadelphia PA
(Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc)
Happy Easter!Happy Easter from Wilmington DE!David HenkeLong & Foster Real Estate Inc – Wilmington, DE/Devon, PAOffice: 610-225-7400/Direct: 610-618-0808http://www.DelawarePAHomes.com
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By Carolyn Roland- In Delaware and S. Chester County PA, Carolyn Roland, GRI, CRS
(Independent architectural histor'n)
After church today, I went walking through the gardens at Winterthur Museum outside of Wilmington. It was windy and overcast, but the plants were trying really hard to bloom. Here is a Korean Rhododendron and a Flowering Quince.  I expect it will be another couple of weeks before we see more action from these shrubs at Winterthur!          Looking to see what types of homes are blooming in the Winterthur area?  Contact Carolyn Roland!
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By Dave Iliff, Real Estate Agent in Hockessin, DE
(Patterson Schwartz)
Centreville, DE is a lovely little town straddling Rt. 52 just south of Chadds Ford, PA. Centreville was established in 1750 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The village is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills rich with U.S. History. It was mostly Quakers who originally started settling into the area as far back as the 1680s when it was still occupied by the Lenape Indians. The land was then owned by William Penn who landed in Historic New Castle, DE and it was gradually sold off to the settlers. The land became a desirable area to live and work in and also commute from as it still is today. The village is still very similar to the early settlement.    Centreville, DE is home to the famous Winterthur Museum, the Museum of Natural History, Brandywine Creek Stat...
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