Mid-town Brandywine (Wilmington, DE)
By Suzanne Rumsey, Rumsey Home Team (Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate)
(Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate)
This beautiful Midtown Brandywine Townhome is now under contract.  If you want to sell your home in Midtown Brandywine, Wilmington DE, contact us to learn about the services we offer that differentiate us from other listing agents. Click to learn more now.   Search current inventory of Wilmington, DelawareListing DetailsBeautiful Midtown Brandywine Townhome in Wilmington, Steps from Brandywine Park204 W 14TH St, Wilmington, DE 19801Price: $225,000MLS number:  6761853Bedrooms: 3Bathrooms: 1.5Square Footage: 1325Age: 106 years Wonderful opportunity to become the proud new owner of a gorgeous semi-detached end unit townhome in the highly desirable, close-knit community of Midtown Brandywine!!Literally across the street from H. Fletcher Brown Park with its panoramic views of Brandywine Cree...
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By Carolyn Roland-Historic Homes For Sale In Delaware and S. Chester County PA, Carolyn Roland, GRI, CRS
(Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate)
Located just a stone's throw from downtown Wilmington, Delaware, this Mid-Town Brandywine historic home is in an ideal location with a small town friendliness. 220 West 14th Street is a 106 year old 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home with Historic Home ambiance but modern updates. There are full master suites on both the second and third floors, as well as hardwood floors, granite counters, second floor laundry, new windows, central air conditioning and an open floor plan.                                  Looks great, doesn't it!  Please visit my Open House on Sunday, June 3, 2012 from 1-3 PM at 220 West 14th Street in the Mid-Town Brandywine neighborhood of Wilmington, Delaware.  Looking for homes for sale in Mid-Town Brandywine? Click below. Mid-Town Brandywine home search More Mid-Town Brand...
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By Carolyn Roland-Historic Homes For Sale In Delaware and S. Chester County PA, Carolyn Roland, GRI, CRS
(Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate)
Mid-Town Brandywine’s H. Fletcher Brown Park is a pleasant place to cool off on a hot summer day. This small park is at the intersection of South Park Drive and North King Street, the site of the former H. Fletcher Brown Vocational High School and the earlier Old Soldiers’ Park. Named for renowned Wilmington chemist and philanthropist Harry Fletcher Brown (1867-1944), the park attracts a diverse group of visitors. One of the primary attractions in the park is a Charles Parks’ bronze sculpture. The piece, “The Apprentice,” bears a plaque with an inscription mentioning Brown's generous gifts in upport of vocational education.                                  The park is at the northeastern edge of the Mid-Town Brandywine neighborhood of historic early 20th Century homes which is locally k...
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