3491 Harris Rd, Townsend, DE 19734 $2,200,000

Beds/Baths: 2/1.0
Interior Sq. Ft: 1,270
Acreage: 66
Age:49 years
Style:
Modular/Pre-Fabricated, Other
MLS#: DENC317828
Mobile#: 6965
Subdivision: None Available
Design/Type:
Detached

Description

One of Delaware's Horse facilities is now on the market! 66+/- Acres. This property generates over $24,000+/- in income without owner having to do anything. Income is derived from the billboards located on property. Home has two bedrooms, one bath, dining room, and large living room. Barn 1 has 14 stalls, tack and feed room. Auction barn has 9 stalls with some matting. Riding arena has spectator seating, ramp for therapeutic riding and lighting. 80 x 100 hay barn, running sheds, (blue running shed is excluded in sale). Trail riding, therapeutic riding and jumping. Numerous horse shows held throughout the year. Once in a lifetime opportunity to own a well known and established horse farm. Stocked pond on the back part of the property. Plenty of acreage to build your dream home. Property is being sold as is, no repairs will be made. Inspections are for your knowledge only.

Kitchen: 11 X 16 - Main
Dining Room: 11 X 15 - Main
Living Room: Main
Bedroom 1: 11 X 17 - Main
Bedroom 2: 8 X 10 - Main

Taxes: $10,154
Home Assoc: No
Condo Assoc: No
Garage: Y
Basement: N
Pool: No Pool
School Dist: Appoquinimink

Features

Utilities
Oil, Window Unit(s) Cooling, None, Well Water, Gravity Septic Field, 100 Amp Service, Circuit Breakers

Garage/Parking
Attached Garage, Garage - Front Entry, Attached Garage Spaces #: 2;

Exterior
Vinyl Siding, Outbuilding(s)

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Public Elementary (6 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Townsend Early Childhood Center Appoquinimink School District K-K Townsend 2.42 mi
Brick Mill Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 2.61 mi
Old State Elementary Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Townsend 3 mi
Silver Lake Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 3.09 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.21 mi
Bunker Hill Elementary School Appoquinimink School District 1-5 Middletown 4.44 mi

Public Middle (3 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Meredith (Everett) Middle School Appoquinimink School District 6-8 Middletown 3.02 mi
Redding (Louis L.) Middle School Appoquinimink School District 6-8 Middletown 3.11 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.21 mi

Public High (3 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Middletown High School Appoquinimink School District 9-12 Middletown 2.39 mi
Mot Charter School Mot Charter School K-12 Middletown 4.21 mi
Appoquinimink High School Appoquinimink School District 9-12 Middletown 4.54 mi

Private (3 schools)

School Grades Place Distance
St. Andrew's School 9-12 Middletown 1.72 mi
St Annes Episcopal School Preschool-8 Middletown 2.05 mi
Tender Loving Kare Childcare & Learning Center Ii Preschool-Preschool Middletown 4.32 mi

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This report is a detailed community overview for Townsend(19734), Delaware.

Community Quick Facts

  • Daytime population in this area: 8,447
  • Average travel time to work for people in this community: 31
  • Average salary of people in this community: $53,493
  • Closest Major Airport: New Castle
  • Closest Major Sports Teams: Wilmington Blue Rocks (A)

Community Summary

  • Population Growth (since 2010): 12.52%
  • Population Density (ppl / mile): 168
  • Household Size (ppl): 3.04
  • Households w/ Children: 38%
  • Annual Residential Turnover: 0%

Housing Inventory

  • Owned: 3,830 (84.8%)
  • Rented: 472 (10.4%)
  • Vacant: 216 (4.8%)
  • Total: 4,518

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: 13,110
Households: 4,302
Median Age: 39.48

Climate and Weather

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Education

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

Highest Level of Education Attained

  • Less than 9th Grade: 3.7%
  • Some High School: 6.5%
  • High School Graduate: 35.0%
  • Some College: 20.0%
  • Associate Degree: 5.5%
  • Bachelor's Degree: 20.8%
  • Graduate Degree: 8.5%

Workforce

  • White Collar: 57%
  • Blue Collar: 43%

Income by dollar range

Median Income: $91,282

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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