Carolyn's Delaware and Chester County Blog

Follow me
Services for Real Estate Pros - Independent architectural histor'n - Delaware RS-0010115
Looking for older and historic homes in the State of Delaware or in Southern Chester County, Pennsylvania? Carolyn Roland is a trained Architectural Historian and a Board Member of the Chester County Historic Preservation Network and Friends of the Furness Railroad District as well as the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Delaware and Chester County Historical Societies.,..



Historic Homes News--May, 2014   Dover Days, May 2-4,  is one of Delaware's longest-running events that celebrates First State history. Here are a few fun facts about Dover Days: The event was started in 1933 as a home and garden tour. To celebrate the 81st anniversary and the hit TV Show Downton...
Easter 2014 at Winterthur Museum and Gardens looked quite different from a few years back. I checked my picture files, and 4 years ago the azaleas and rhododendrum were in full bloom on April 4. The one thing I see in common is that the white trilliums were in full bloom at the beginnings of the...
Thank you, Census Bureau! Their 2012 American Community Survey was interpreted by and came up with a ranking of which states were the most "normal," or in line with data from the U.S. as a whole.            VS.                   Delaware, where I have lived for a long, long, t...
Historic Bellefonte, Delaware has a population of 1193 and a land area of .18 square miles. It’s hard to imagine it as an arts, antiques, and “eclectica” hot spot, but it is. Situated a stone’s throw from the Delaware River between the northern edge of Wilmington, Delaware and the Pennsylvania S...
I visited Dover this last Saturday for First Saturdays in the First State, I had a chance to re-visit Woodburn, which was open to the public. This home, built c. 1798 by Charles Hillyard III, is one of the finest Middle Period Georgian historic houses in Delaware. Woodburn has served as the offic...
April 2014 Historic Homes Newletter The Delaware Huguenot Society will hold an afternoon tea and talk, “What’s a Huguenot?” by Historic Huguenot Street’s Thomas Weikel on Sunday, April 13, 3-5 p.m. It will be held at the Historic Hale Byrnes House in Stanton, DE. Questions?  Call (302) 543-5723. ...

Carolyn Roland- In Delaware and S. Chester County PA

Carolyn Roland, GRI, CRS
local_phone(302) 239-3000
smartphone(302) 593-5111
Contact The Author

View Carolyn Roland's LinkedIn profileView Carolyn Roland's profile