747 Idlewyld Drive, Middletown, DE 19709 $499,000

Open House: Sat, Dec 7, 12:00PM-2:00PM
Beds/Baths: 4/3.1
Interior Sq. Ft: 3,950
Acreage: 0.27
Age:11 years
Style:
Traditional
MLS#: DENC490162
Mobile#: 9319
Subdivision: Parkside
Design/Type:
Detached

Description

Welcome to desirable community of PARKSIDE - This 4,000 sq ft above ground ESSEX model is one of the largest Anderson homes, where every room is grande and spacious. Walk up to 747 Idlewyld and you are greeted with a large front sitting porch and open the door to your new home. A large 2 Story foyer with beautiful hardwoods that run from the hall to the kitchen. The spacious dining room with butlers pantry to the left and formal living room to your right. The study iwith double doors from the living room and a single door from the hallway. As you continue through this grande home, a beautiful stair case is located in the middle of the home and one of the largest family rooms awaits you. The family room has a gas fireplace and an abundance of natural light. The open concept back of the home offers a very large kitchen with a double granite island, double oven, brand new 2019 LG refrigerator, brand new 2019 dishwasher, upgraded wood cabinets and hardwoods throughout the kitchen.....As you head up the hardwood staircase the hardwoods continue in the hallway, master bedroom and princess/prince suite. The Owners suite is MASTERFUL, one of the largest master bedrooms and is complimented by a large master 4 piece bathroom. The other 2 bedrooms are a wonderful size and share a jack and jill bathroom with newer glass doors on the tub/shower. The Prince/ Princess has a large closet and a full bathroom. (the current owners are using this large room as their multi computer room). Lets not forget the 2150sq foot basement awaiting to be finished with its 10 foot ceiling, rough in for bathroom and egress window. This home has been lovingly cared for by the original owners. The duel HVAC system has a built in humidifiers. The long driveway leads you to the two car garage that has a unique separate room for storage. Lovely yard awaiting you to enjoy.

Living Room: 15 X 12 - Main
Dining Room: 16 X 12 - Main
Study: 14 X 12 - Main
Half Bath: Main
Kitchen: 17 X 12 - Main
Family Room: 24 X 20 - Main
Master Bed: 20 X 25 - Upper 1
Master Bathroom: 12 X 12 - Upper 1
Bedroom 1: 13 X 12 - Upper 1
Bedroom 2: 13 X 12 - Upper 1
Bedroom 3: 14 X 12 - Upper 1
Bathroom 1: Upper 1
Bathroom 2: Upper 1
Basement: Lower 1
Taxes: $4,245
Home Assoc: $210/Quarterly
Condo Assoc: No
Garage: Y
Basement: Y
Pool: Yes - Community
School Dist: Appoquinimink
Elem. School: Silver Lake Mid. School: Louis L. Redding High School: Middletown

Features

Community
HOA: Yes; Fee Includes: Management;

Utilities
Central Heating, Natural Gas, Central A/C, Natural Gas, Public Water, Public Sewer, 200+ Amp Service, Main Floor Laundry

Garage/Parking
Attached Garage, Driveway, Garage Door Opener, Garage - Side Entry, Attached Garage Spaces #: 2;

Interior
Floor Plan - Traditional, Formal/Separate Dining Room, Pantry, Recessed Lighting, Soaking Tub, Poured Concrete , Rough Bath Plumb Basement, Basement Sump Pump, Unfinished Basement, Hardwood Flooring, Partially Carpeted Flooring, Gas/Propane Fireplace, 9'+ Ceilings, Accessibility - >84" Garage Door, Double Hung Windows, Six Panel Doors, Carbon Monoxide Detector(s), Security System

Exterior
Active Radon Mitigation Foundation, Vinyl Siding, Porch(es), Sidewalks, Street Lights, Tennis Court(s), In Ground Pool

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Public Elementary (6 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Brick Mill Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 1.22 mi
Silver Lake Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 1.83 mi
Cedar Lane Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 2.09 mi
Cedar Lane Early Childhood Center Appoquinimink School District K-K Middletown 2.27 mi
Bunker Hill Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 2.36 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.05 mi

Public Middle (4 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Redding (Louis L.) Middle School Appoquinimink School District 6-8 Middletown 1.41 mi
Waters (Alfred G.) Middle School Appoquinimink School District 6-8 Middletown 1.99 mi
Meredith (Everett) Middle School Appoquinimink School District 6-8 Middletown 2.29 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.05 mi

Public High (4 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Middletown High School Appoquinimink School District 9-12 Middletown 1.7 mi
Appoquinimink High School Appoquinimink School District 9-12 Middletown 2.4 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.05 mi
St. Georges Technical High School New Castle County Votech School District 9-12 Middletown 4.06 mi

Private (3 schools)

School Grades Place Distance
Tender Loving Kare Childcare & Learning Center Ii Preschool-Preschool Middletown 1.76 mi
St Annes Episcopal School Preschool-8 Middletown 2.13 mi
St. Andrew's School 9-12 Middletown 2.6 mi

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This report is a detailed community overview for Middletown(19709), Delaware.

Community Quick Facts

  • Daytime population in this area: 28,470
  • Average travel time to work for people in this community: 31
  • Average salary of people in this community: $51,800
  • Closest Major Airport: New Castle
  • Closest Major Sports Teams: Wilmington Blue Rocks (A)

Community Summary

  • Population Growth (since 2010): 22.82%
  • Population Density (ppl / mile): 542
  • Household Size (ppl): 3.01
  • Households w/ Children: 40%
  • Annual Residential Turnover: 0%

Housing Inventory

  • Owned: 11,721 (79.1%)
  • Rented: 2,461 (16.6%)
  • Vacant: 638 (4.3%)
  • Total: 14,821

Population Demographics

The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.

Total: 43,118
Households: 14,182
Median Age: 38.19

Climate and Weather

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Weather Risk

Education

The Community Educational Index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau's Socioeconomic Status (SES) elements. Factors used in creating the index below are income, educational achievement, and occupation of persons within the selected ZIP code. Since this index is based on the population of an entire Zip code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.

Educational Climate Index: 3 (1 = Low, 5 = High)

Highest Level of Education Attained

  • Less than 9th Grade: 2.3%
  • Some High School: 4.5%
  • High School Graduate: 28.6%
  • Some College: 22.1%
  • Associate Degree: 8.5%
  • Bachelor's Degree: 21.3%
  • Graduate Degree: 12.7%

Workforce

  • White Collar: 62%
  • Blue Collar: 38%

Income by dollar range

Median Income: $93,037

Fair Market Rents

The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Studio: $845
  • One Bedroom: $1,003
  • Two Bedroom: $1,211
  • Three Bedroom: $1,515
  • Four Bedroom: $1,686

Crime

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