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68.60Acres
$137,200
SOLD - Highway frontage on US Hwy 169 & State Highway 28. Highest & best use, hunting & recreation. North side has frontage on county road close to Verdigris River. Wildlife habitat. 35 minutes to Owasso OK, less than 30 minutes to Bartlesville. Portion of property is in the 100 year flood plain. RE/MAX of Green Country does not hold EM.
SOLD - 68.60 acres Vacant Land in Nowata County, OK
Delaware, Oklahoma 74027
68.60Acres
SOLD - Highway frontage on US Hwy 169 & State Highway 28. Highest & best use, hunting & recreation. North side has frontage on county road close to Verdigris River. Wildlife habitat. 35 minutes to Owasso OK, less than 30 minutes to Bartlesville. Portion of property is in the 100 year flood plain. RE/MAX of Green Country does not hold EM.
$137,200
SOLD - 68.60 acres Vacant Land in Nowata County, OK
Delaware, Oklahoma 74027
$137,200
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178 Acres Grazing/Hunting Land Nowata Co.
County Road #16, Delaware, Oklahoma 74027
178Acres
$382,700
Easy access right off State Hwy 28 with black top frontage with rural water tap.  Approximately 118 acres on North side of county road #16 & approximately 60 acres on South side of county road #16.  Mix of open pasture and other areas of trees, brush & pasture co-mingled.  Large body of waterfowl habitat.  Excellent wildlife habitat for deer, turkey & feral hogs.
178 Acres Grazing/Hunting Land Nowata Co.
County Road #16, Delaware, Oklahoma 74027
178Acres
Easy access right off State Hwy 28 with black top frontage with rural water tap.  Approximately 118 acres on North side of county road #16 & approximately 60 acres on South side of county road #16.  Mix of open pasture and other areas of trees, brush & pasture co-mingled.  Large body of waterfowl habitat.  Excellent wildlife habitat for deer, turkey & feral hogs.
$382,700
178 Acres Grazing/Hunting Land Nowata Co.
County Road #16, Delaware, Oklahoma 74027
$382,700
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211 Gay Street
211 Gay Street, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
0.42Acres
$450,000
Prime location near the medical center and other major commercial development that includes retail and office space. The building was re-roofed following a 2013 hail storm. Carpet, ceiling tiles, and paint were also updated. It is currently divided into 3 separate spaces of appx 4,800 SF (south), 1,200 SF (center), and 1,600 SF (north).
211 Gay Street
211 Gay Street, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
0.42Acres
Prime location near the medical center and other major commercial development that includes retail and office space. The building was re-roofed following a 2013 hail storm. Carpet, ceiling tiles, and paint were also updated. It is currently divided into 3 separate spaces of appx 4,800 SF (south), 1,200 SF (center), and 1,600 SF (north).
$450,000
211 Gay Street
211 Gay Street, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
$450,000
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47 Acres in Pike County in McComb, MS
Delaware Avenue Ext, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
47Acres
$846,000
This 47± acre tract in Pike County, MS is a must see!!! This property offers potential residential development opportunities along Delaware Ave and Schmidt Rd in the heart of McComb. Utilities are available and the location is near I-55. The property features a great stand of mature pine timber.
47 Acres in Pike County in McComb, MS
Delaware Avenue Ext, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
47Acres
This 47± acre tract in Pike County, MS is a must see!!! This property offers potential residential development opportunities along Delaware Ave and Schmidt Rd in the heart of McComb. Utilities are available and the location is near I-55. The property features a great stand of mature pine timber.
$846,000
47 Acres in Pike County in McComb, MS
Delaware Avenue Ext, Mccomb, Mississippi 39648
$846,000
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Luxury Country Estate on 130 acres
27810 S 4510 Road, Afton, Oklahoma 74331
130Acres
$1,900,000
This gorgeous estate was built in 2005. The home features 4 large beds, 4.
Luxury Country Estate on 130 acres
27810 S 4510 Road, Afton, Oklahoma 74331
130Acres
This gorgeous estate was built in 2005. The home features 4 large beds, 4.
$1,900,000
Luxury Country Estate on 130 acres
27810 S 4510 Road, Afton, Oklahoma 74331
$1,900,000
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Kingston Estates Lot #4 (13.04 Acres)
0 State Route 521, Sunbury, Ohio 43074
13.04Acres
$259,900
Welcome to Kingston Ravines! This is the largest of four lots available with just over 13 acres to build your dream home. It is the last lot down a private drive and is surrounded on two sides by a ravine that would be a perfect view from a walk-out lower level home. Enjoy nature at its best with this beautiful build site that is ready to go. Bring your very own builder.
Kingston Estates Lot #4 (13.04 Acres)
0 State Route 521, Sunbury, Ohio 43074
13.04Acres
Welcome to Kingston Ravines! This is the largest of four lots available with just over 13 acres to build your dream home. It is the last lot down a private drive and is surrounded on two sides by a ravine that would be a perfect view from a walk-out lower level home. Enjoy nature at its best with this beautiful build site that is ready to go. Bring your very own builder.
$259,900
Kingston Estates Lot #4 (13.04 Acres)
0 State Route 521, Sunbury, Ohio 43074
$259,900
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Top 10 Cool Things to Do on the Delmarva PeninsulaDelaware’s Silent Sentinels
Cape Henlopen’s strategic location at the mouth of the Delaware Bay led the United States Army to establish Fort Miles among the dunes in 1941. In 1964, the Department of Defense declared 543 acres on the Cape as surplus property and the State of Delaware established Cape Henlopen State Park read more…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Delaware is situated in the eastern coastal area of the United States. It forms a part of the Mid-Atlantic region. The name of the state has been taken from Thomas West, 3rd Barron De La Warr. It has Maryland to its south and Pennsylvania to its north. Wilmington is the largest city. Three counties divide the state. They are New Castle County, Kent County, and Sussex County. Out of the above-mentioned counties, New Castle County is highly industrialized. On the other hand, the other two have been related to agriculture. Some important cities in Delaware are Wilmington, Newark, Dover, Middletown, and Smyrna.

Some Facts About Delaware

  • It is the 6th least populous state in the United States. However, it happens to be the 6th most densely populated state.
  • It is the second smallest state with only 1954 square miles.
  • It has the lowest number of counties.
  • It is known as the “The First State” since it was the first one to ratify the Constitution of the United States.
  • The name Delaware was derived from the Delaware River. The river had obtained its name from Thomas West.
  • It is sometimes referred to as the “Blue Hen State” as the blue hen is its state bird.
  • It enjoys a high-speed internet connection. It is the fastest in the country and faster than every other country with the only exception being South Korea.
  • Since there is no sales tax imposed in Delaware, outlets and malls are an attraction for people who want to save their pennies.

Why Should One Buy Property In Delaware?

Delaware is a classy place. The biggest advantage of living in Delaware is that people are very friendly. They are always ready to help one another and ready to have a conversation. This explains why Delaware has a low crime rate. This state has been named as the best state for those who are retiring in terms of crime, demography, tax rates and the overall economy. Another advantage of staying in Delaware is the ease with which you can travel to Philadelphia, New Jersey, and the Atlantic Ocean. You can easily drive to these places and come back to your house on the very same day. Delaware is nicknamed as the “Diamond State” due to its perfect location. If you are into cycling, this place is heaven on earth. It has been ranked as the 3rd most bike-friendly state.

How Is The Weather In Delaware?

The summers happen to be muggy and warm. The winters tend to be extremely cold with strong winds. Overall, Delaware is a wet state with a cloudy climate. The temperature range varies from 27°F to 94°F.

What Is The Best Time To Visit Delaware?

The best time to visit Delaware is from June to late September. You can visit Delaware for warm-weather activities.

How Is The Real Estate Market Of Delaware Performing?

The average home price in Delaware in 2018 was $236,000. The prices are predicted to go up by 1.9% in the next year. The average price of houses that are listed is around $300,000 whereas the median price of those houses which are sold is $232,000. The real estate market, in general, is doing great so there is no reason in saying that investment in Delaware will not be profitable.

Delaware is a beautiful city and most importantly it is a safe state. People live in harmony with nothing but peace and love. To give you an idea of this state’s simplicity, the state hosts the World Championship Pumpkin Chunkin annual competition where teams try to throw pumpkins as far as they can using homemade devices. Sounds interesting? It offers other recreational activities as well. All in all, Delaware is a package of fun, simplicity, and elegance.

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