Milford is the perfect place to settle down for both the young and the old, single and married with it's many enticing city attractions. For those who love to explore history, there a three historical places to visit. The Parson Thorne Mansion, Lydia Ann B. Cannon Museum and the Milford Museum. Some of the historical treasures of these places are displays of early shipbuilding tools, theoretical accounts of ships showing Milford's amazing nautical past, silver collections of spoons, coins and many novelties. For those who love the outdoors, there is Abbott's Mill Nature Center where self guided hiking, canoe trails and a 23 acre pond await any nature lover's passion. The city also offers another place within miles to enjoy the warm summer days with biking, camping, hiking and sight seeing with the popular Killen's Pond Sate Park. For the ones who enjoy shopping, good food and a stop in the bakery to enjoy cappuccino and fresh pastries, Milford offers many great Cafe's, quaint antique stores, coffee shops and unique eateries. Nestled in the downtown area is Dolce Bakery and coffee shop, The Georgia House, (all the meals taste as if they are straight from your Grandma's kitchen), and The Victorian Lady, (A Victorian Tea room, specializing in scones, quiches and hearty salads). Other Milford Eateries that present soothing ambiances and fine dining are The Executive, (great pasta's, homemade breads, and scrumptious Prime Rib,) and Smith and Company, (Gourmet dishes, delicious appetizers and homemade soups).
Lastly, Milford Delaware is known for it's charming River walk. A delightful place to stroll with friends and family, enjoying a cup of coffee in the winter or fresh lemonade in the summer. The River walk runs along the famous Misspillion River that is approximately 15 miles long and drains in an an area of 76 square miles. This river once held seven ship yards existed that created over 600 wooden sailing ships.
This historical, charming and quaint city has something for everyone. Beauty, history, new homes with it's rapid growth over the last few years, low housing taxes, plenty of lovely, restored historical homes, friendly people, wonderful shopping, fitness centers, a great hospital, youth center, scouting, Country club and golf course and a perfect location for everything anyone could want or need.
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Delaware's extraordinary qualities rate high on most people's wish list. With no state sales tax, no personal property tax, and one of the lowest property tax rates in the nation, it certainly has its advantages to residents. Consider the fact in Delaware, you've got lower housing costs than most of the people in the nation. Clean air and water, great shopping a short drive from any part of the state, beaches, bays and beautiful parks make it the ideal place for your home. Centrally located, Delaware is a short commute away from Philadelphia, PA, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, MD, and other major metropolitan hubs.
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