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Locals’ Season Specials!

By Natalie Hay, in All Communities

There are so many reasons that locals’ season is our favorite time at the beach. From mild temperatures to having the beach to yourself, what’s not to love? But one of the best perks of the “off-season” is the many, many dining specials at our favorite restaurants! See our list below of the Bethany area specials for each day of the week!

SUNDAY

Fin’s Ale House: 3 course dinner for $20 from 4-8:30pm
Off the Hook: ½ off Cioppino
Ropewalk Bethany: Brunch ½ price Bloody Mary’s from 10am-2pm. Plus ½ priced entrees all day.
99 Sea Level: 3 course dinner for $29
Mickey’s Family Crabhouse: Happy hour all day – 75cent wings, $1 raw oysters, $9.50 fish sandwich, $6 burger, $8.99 fish and chips, $8.99 chicken tender platter, $7.99 1/2lb steamed shrimp, plus drink specials
Bethany Blue’s: Brunch $2.50 mimosas and $15 mimosa pitchers starting at 10am plus football food specials starting at 12pm
Pie: Buy one get one ½ off pizza
Northeast Seafood Kitchen: $19 Sunday Supper (three courses)
Bluecoast: $19 Sunday Supper (three courses)
Armand’s by the Sea Pizzeria: ½ price all pizzas
Zoca’s: All day NFL football with build-your-own nachos starting at $5, $6 drafts, and 75cent wings
Misaki Sushi: Katsumi’s Secret Stash – 3 rolls and dumplings $34
Perucci’s: Ladies’ Night – ½ off ladies’ entire check including alcohol (veal dishes 25% off)
The Salted Rim: NFL specials all day and night
Big Fish Grill: Prime Rib Night – $21 10oz prime rib dinner or $31 16oz prime rib dinner
Matt’s Fish Camp: $19 Sunday Supper
Just Hooked (Fenwick Island): ½ off Shrimp & Grits
Papa Grandes (Fenwick Island): $19 Sunday Supper, ½ price appetizers, ½ price margaritas
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): $19 Sunday Supper
Mio Fratello (Fenwick Island): $15 all you can eat buffet from 12-3 and $22 lobster night

MONDAY

DiFebo’s: Four courses (soup, salad, entrée, dessert) plus wine or beer for $21!
Fin’s Ale House: ½ price fresh fish dinners 4-8:30pm
Off the Hook: Taco Night! $3 Tacos, $6 Margaritas, and $8 Burgers
Hooked Up: $9 Fish and Chips from 11:30am-3pm and happy hour specials from 3pm to CLOSE with trivia night starting at 6:30pm
99 Sea Level: Mussels and Frites $15
The Blue Crab: $20 crabcake entrée
Ropewalk Bethany: Mexican Monday – ½ price tacos, $7 chicken nachos, $3 Corona bottles, $10 seafood nachos, $4 rail margaritas, $9 tuna nachos
Bethany Blue’s: $16 meat and potatoes special plus ½ price bottles of wine
Bluecoast: Crab Night – $19 crabcake entrée and other crab specials
Zoca’s: Mexican Sandwich Night & $7 select margaritas
Grotto’s Pizza: Military Monday – 50% off any pizza with military ID
Misaki Sushi: Roll Night – $6 rolls and $2 sushi
Perucci’s: Lobster & Crab Night – $16 for 2 lobster tails, 2 crabcakes, or lobster mac n cheese and ½ off select bottles of wine
The Salted Rim: ½ Cheese Steak $6 from 11-3 or AUCE Tacos $11 from 4-9 plus NFL specials all night. Bingo at 6pm.
Matt’s Fish Camp: ½ priced entrees
Just Hooked (Fenwick Island): Taco Night – $3 tacos, $8 burgers, $6 margaritas
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): ½ price entrees
Mio Fratello (Fenwick Island): $20 Prime Rib

TUESDAY

Hooked Up: 25% off sandwiches from 11:30am-3pm and Tuesday Night Raw from 3pm-close with 50cent oysters, $8 shrimp, $8 clams, and $6 mussels
99 Sea Level: Steak Night – $3/oz cuts tableside
Fin’s Ale House: Crabcake Night with $7.95 sliders, $11.95 sandwiches, and $18.95 dinners from 4-8:30pm
Ropewalk Bethany: ½ price burger night
Bethany Blue’s: TNT Tuesday – $3 tacos, $6 personal nachos, $6 totchos, $6 quesadillas plus $5 house margaritas, $6.50 Sagamore Rye-garitas, and $4 corona light pints
CoCoLo Sushi: 25% off kitchen small plate
Northeast Seafood Kitchen: ½ price entrees
Bluecoast: Whole steamed lobster for $25
Zoca’s: $3 tacos and $7 thirsty Tuesday specialty drink
Grotto’s Pizza: $3 off any entrée salad (dine-in only, 4pm-close)
Perucci’s: Pizza Night – ½ off personal pizzas and ½ price beers and select bottles of wine
The Salted Rim: $10 for 2 tacos and a drink (house margarita, wine, or bottled beer) from 11-9 and taco salad for $6 from 11-3. Plus Karaoke at 8pm.
Just Hooked (Fenwick Island): ½ off Cioppino
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): ½ price burgers
Mio Fratello (Fenwick Island): $20 parmesan night with pasta

WEDNESDAY

Hooked Up: ½ price burgers from 3pm-close
99 Sea Level: ½ off select bottles of wine
The Blue Crab: $10 Mahi or Shrimp taco dinner
Fin’s Ale House: Fresh Tuna features including $19.95 dinners from 4-8:30pm
Ropewalk Bethany: Crabcake night – $12 crabcake sandwich, $14 single crabcake entrée, $20 double crabcake entrée
Bethany Blue’s: Wingo Bingo Wednesday – $3 wings (10), $5 pigs and frizzles, $5 boneless wings plus bingo beginning at 7:30pm with happy hour drink specials
Northeast Seafood Kitchen: $19 Crabcake entrée
Zoca’s: Fajita night and $3 bottle beers
Grotto’s Pizza: Buy one get one free pizza (dine in only, 4pm-close)
Perucci’s: BOGO entrees
The Salted Rim: Build-a-burger & fries starting at $6 plus drink specials. Musical bingo at 7pm.
Big Fish Grill: Fajita & Margarita night – Fajita specials with $6 margaritas and $4 coronas
Matt’s Fish Camp: Surf and Turf night
Papa Grandes (Fenwick Island): ½ price burritos
Nantuckets (Fenwick Island): $10 off bottles of wine
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): $19 Crabcake entrée
Mio Fratello (Fenwick Island): $12 meatloaf, $12 build your own pasta bowl, and trivia night

THURSDAY

Off the Hook: ½ off Shrimp and Grits
Hooked Up: $3 tacos from 11:30am-3pm and 50cent wings from 3pm-close
99 Sea Level: 20% off your check with purchase of an entrée
Fin’s Ale House: $14.95 Shrimp dinner features from 4-8:30pm
Ropewalk Bethany: ½ price steam pots, plus trivia night starting at 6:30!
Mickey’s Family Crabhouse: 10% off all you can eat specials plus ½ off bottles of wine
Bethany Blue’s: Burger Night with build-your-own burgers starting at $5
Pie: Buy a bottle of wine, get pizza ½ price
CoCoLo Sushi: ½ off bottle of wine and $5 rolls
Armand’s by the Sea Pizzeria: ½ price salads and appetizers
Zoca’s: $15 Mole Enchilada and ½ off select bottles of wine
Grotto’s Pizza: All bolis only $6.99 (dine in only, 4pm-close)
Misaki Sushi: $17 Ramen + grass wine and ½ priced appetizers
Perucci’s: 3 courses for $16 (soup or appetizer, salad, and entrée)
The Salted Rim: Fried Grouper Sammy $6 from 11-3 and $16 dinner specials from 4-9. Plus NFL specials all night and trivia at 7pm.
Big Fish Grill: Pasta & Wine night – featured pasta entrees and ½ priced bottles of wine
Matt’s Fish Camp: $19 Crabcake entrée
Papa Grandes (Fenwick Island): 2 tacos and a beer $8
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): 25% off your entire check

FRIDAY

Off the Hook: 3 Courses for $30
Hooked Up: 25% off apps from 11:30am-3pm
The Blue Crab: 25% off fresh fish dinners
Ropewalk Bethany: $26 steak and cake night
Mickey’s Family Crabhouse: Captain’s platter – 3 courses for $20
Pie: 3 for $23
Northeast Seafood Kitchen: ½ price bottles of wine
Bluecoast: ½ price bottles of wine
Armand’s by the Sea Pizzeria: ½ price all subs and sandwiches
The Salted Rim: 2 shrimp tacos for $6 from 11-3 and all fajitas $15 from 4-9
Big Fish Grill: Buck-a-Shuck oysters all night
Matt’s Fish Camp: ½ priced bottles of wine
Just Hooked (Fenwick Island): 3 Courses for $30
Catch 54 (Fenwick Island): ½ price bottles of wine

SATURDAY

Ropewalk Bethany: Brunch ½ priced Bloody Mary’s from 10am-2pm. Plus BOGO desserts all day.
Pie: $5 Craft draft, $6 margarita, $6 house wine
Armand’s by the Sea Pizzeria: ½ price all pasta dishes
Zoca’s: 12-4 College Football with $6 drafts

EVERYDAY SPECIALS

DiFebo’s: “Earlybird special” is 25% off all regular menu items from 4-5:45pm! Plus additional happy hour specials from 4-6pm
Ropewalk Bethany: Happy Hour all day every day! Including ½ price bada bing shrimp, ½ price wings, $1 Liberty Oysters plus drink specials
99 Sea Level: Monday-Friday $30 Oyster and sparkling wine special
Grotto’s Pizza: 20% off for sports teams in uniform every day and 20% off Senior Discount Monday-Friday from 2-5pm (dine in only)
Nantuckets (Fenwick Island): Earlybird specials until 5:45pm every day, plus $19 entrees Sunday-Thursday

Also, be sure to check out the happy hour specials every day at all of these great restaurants!

*Food and drink specials have been collected from websites and Facebook pages of each restaurant. Be sure to contact the restaurant directly as specials and restaurant hours are subject to change with seasons and holiday weekends.

Governors: What’s Ahead in 2019

By Natalie Hay, in Governors

It goes without saying that 2018 has been an amazing kick-off year at Governors. This community has been years in the making, and we were finally able to launch sales this past June. Since then, we’ve welcomed 93 families to this incredible new community!! Governors has broken all kinds of sales records for Schell Brothers, but it has also developed a real community feel in such a short period of time. We’ve had some great happy hours and events, and it has been awesome to see new neighbors gather and become friends before anyone has even moved in!

In 2018 the community has really started to take shape as well. Every day it seems something is different. The beautiful entrance monument is now welcoming people into Governors, and we are starting to see roads winding through the community, surrounded by the beginnings of some gorgeous landscaping. We have also broken ground on our first homes here. Two townhome buildings and four single-family homes were started in 2018!

As we look back on a very successful year here, we also can’t wait for all that is to come for Governors in 2019. This upcoming year will bring many new exciting developments to the community! So…what’s ahead?

  • More starts! Once the final stages of site work are finished in phases 1 and 2, we will be able to start construction on the remaining single-family homes in these sections. We will also begin construction on the remainder of the townhome buildings that have sold in 2018. The community will really start to pop up once we start construction on all of these homes!
  • Moving in! We will see our first homeowners move in to their homes in 2019!! The first settlements in Governors will be coming up very soon – the spring of 2019! After that it won’t be long until the community is buzzing with many more homeowners moving in.
  • Models! Although we will miss our trailer, we will open up new models in Governors this spring and summer. Keep an eye out for the first models that have already started construction: the Tradewind townhome and the Bluebell single-family home.
  • Clubhouse and amenities groundbreaking! In 2019, construction will begin on our impressive amenities including the clubhouse with fitness center, pool with lazy river and tiki bar, kids’ splash area, and tennis and pickle ball courts.
  • New sites! With just thirteen sites remaining in phase 2 of the single-family homes and only seventeen townhome sites currently available, we will open up new sites for both type of home in 2019.
  • Happy hours and events! We’ve had so much fun with our community happy hours in 2018 and we can’t wait to keep the party going in 2019. Stay tuned for more details on our first event of the new year on January 26, which will include a tour of the first townhome building under construction as well as a Sold sticker event for the townhome and phase 1 single- family homeowners!

Thanks so much to everyone who helped make 2018 an incredible year at Governors. We are so looking forward to all that is to come in 2019! Happy New Year!

For more information and to stay up-to-date on Governors, please visit our website and reach out to:

Natalie Sweeney

(302) 249-4726

Natalie.sweeney@schellbrothers.com

Adam Pettengell

(302) 228-2719

Adam@schellbrothers.com

Introducing the Coastal Series at Governors

By Natalie Hay, in Uncategorized

With the amazing location EAST of Route 1 in Lewes, the resort-like amenities, and acres of dedicated open spaces in the community, there are so many reasons to be excited about our latest community- Governors. But that’s not it! We are also offering our incredible new Coastal Series single-family homes in this community. When we launched Governors earlier this summer, the first 24 single-family homesites sold out in just a few weeks – before the official grand opening! So why are these homes so popular? If you haven’t seen these floor plans yet, here are some of the reasons the new Coastal Series plans are quickly becoming favorites:

OPEN CONCEPT

The Coastal Series all have the open kitchen, living, and dining areas that everyone loves – no more choppy layouts or unused formal spaces. Plus, many of the homes will have vaulted and high ceilings in the great room to give you a dramatic open look!

FIRST FLOOR MASTERS

Yes, that’s right! Every Coastal Series floor plan will come with a master on the first floor. And if you want everything on the first floor, half of the Coastal Series plans are ranch homes!

JUST THE RIGHT SIZE

Depending on your needs the Coastal Series has the right size home for you. Want to downsize? Just starting out and don’t need anything too big? We have single family homes starting from 1,331 to 2,431 square foot. Wanting a little extra space? The Coastal Series homes have options to expand and some can get as large as 4,820 square foot.

BASEMENTS

Speaking of expanding… both unfinished and finished basements are options in the Coastal Series single family homes at Governors! Perfect for a rec room, media room, wine cellar, or just some extra storage space.

PERSONALIZATION

No two homes are the same, because no two people are the same! The Coastal Series plans have extensive options to personalize the home the way you like it. From sunrooms and screened porches outdoors to gourmet kitchens and stone fireplaces indoors, you’ll be able to make the house feel like your home.

 

Check out the Governors page to explore some of these floor plans.

Want to learn more about building one of these homes at Governors? Schedule a visit with Natalie and Adam:

Natalie Sweeney                                                           Adam Pettengell

302.249.4726                                                               302.228.2719

Natalie.sweeney@schellbrothers.com                    adam@schellbrothers.com

Governors: The Locals’ Choice

By Natalie Hay, in Uncategorized

When traveling to a new area, most people try to seek out the locals’ favorite spots. And who knows better where to eat, what to do, and how to get around better than the people living there every day, right? So when moving to an area, it stands to reason that the locals also know the best places to live. So where is the locals’ choice in Lewes? Governors!

We always knew Governors was going to be one of our fastest selling communities, particularly for those relocating to the area. This highly anticipated community (ten years in the making!) has the location everyone wants: East of Route One, minutes from downtown Lewes, and right on the Junction and Breakwater Trail connecting Lewes to Rehoboth. The amazing location is paired with resort-like amenities, dedicated open space in the community, and our town homes and popular Coastal Series single-family floor plans. So it was no surprise to us that the first phase of single family sites sold out before the official community launch date this past June. But what did surprise us was how many of our first Governors homeowners are coming from the local area. 12 of our first 36 buyers in Governors actually came from the city of Lewes itself, with others coming from nearby cities and towns such as Rehoboth Beach, Millsboro, and Milford. 

The local community quickly realized that if they want to be close to downtown and have the East of Route One location there are so few opportunities remaining. And with the introductory pricing at Governors being much lower than neighboring communities, it makes sense that the locals would jump on the opportunity right away! 

So why else is Governors the locals choice? Pricing and location aside, we’ve found that people are looking to live in sensibly sized homes with little to no maintenance. What we’ve seen is that many of our local buyers are done with the ‘big home’ thing and are ready to stop being ‘land barons’ (or worse, be stuck cleaning 5 bathrooms each day). Locals are deciding on Governors because it means when they wake up they can focus on living the beach life and the Lewes life. From dawn to dusk and beyond Lewes adventures await you. 

To find out more about why Governors is the locals’ choice community visit our website and reach out to our sales team:

Natalie Sweeney

(302) 249-4726

Natalie.sweeney@schellbrothers.com

Adam Pettengell

(302) 228-2719

Adam@schellbrothers.com

 

Top 3 Reasons to Love the Townhomes at Governors

By Natalie Hay, in Uncategorized

I’m sure you’ve heard all about how special our newest community, Governors, is. With the unbeatable combination of our location East of Route 1 in Lewes, amazing resort-like amenities, access to the Junction & Breakwater Trail, and copious amounts of dedicated open space within the community, there is truly nothing like it! But that’s not all that makes Governors so special – we are also one of just a few select Schell Brothers communities to be offering our amazing townhome floor plans. There really are so many reasons to love the townhomes, but to make it easy, we’ll give you our top three:

  1. LOW-MAINTENANCE LIFESTYLE

Get rid of the lawn mower! Your HOA in Governors will cover grass cutting, edging, seasonal clean-up, mulching, fertilization, weeding, tree pruning, leaf removal, and blowing on each lot. Your yard will never have looked better! In addition to that, the townhomes will have insurance on the exterior of the townhome dwelling, roof repair and maintenance, gutter cleaning and maintenance, exterior power washing, and exterior painting. This is truly the care-free, low-maintenance lifestyle everyone is looking for at the beach!

  1. BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK

With the townhomes you are able to get more for your money! While the base prices of the townhomes start much lower than the single family homes, the square footage does not. In fact, the price per square foot for a townhome in Governors is about $100 less than the starting single family.

  1. FLEXIBLE & FUNCTIONAL FLOOR PLANS

There is no sacrificing in functionality or style here! The Tradewind and Tidewater townhomes both have that same open concept great room, kitchen, and dining area that we love so much in the single-family homes. They also offer extensive options to personalize, including sunrooms, gourmet kitchens, luxury bathrooms, courtyards, screened patios, a finished bonus room, and extra storage space. Pick one of these great floor plans and then choose the options that fit your lifestyle!

 

Want to see what one of these amazing floor plans looks like? Take the virtual tour of the Tidewater here: https://thebdxinteractive.com/cloud/schellbrothers/tidewater/vw/

 

And reach out to our sales team for more information!

Natalie Sweeney

302.249.4726

Natalie.sweeney@schellbrothers.com

 

Adam Pettengell

302.228.2719

adam@schellbrothers.com

Preparing for the Design Selections Appointment

By Natalie Hay, in All Communities

Congratulations! You’ve purchased a new Schell Brothers home! You’ve picked out the perfect community, home site, and floor plan, and we’re so happy to be able to help make your dream home a reality!

One of the best parts about building a brand new home is the ability to personalize the home with your specific tastes and preferences. As homeowner Susan Goldberg put it, “you want the house to be reflective of your personality. That’s the beauty of this. No two homes are alike.” It should come as no surprise then that the Design Selections Appointment is one of the most important steps in the building process – and in turning your dream into a reality!

To help you prepare for this important step we gathered advice from the experts – homeowners who have been through this process themselves! Here’s what they have to say…

DO YOUR HOMEWORK:

The resounding advice from our homeowners who have been to the Design Studio is that preparation is key. The best way to ensure that this day will be successful, non-stressful, and fun is to do your homework ahead of time.

“The Design Studio is terrific but I would definitely recommend doing some “homework”. ” – Brenda Millette

“The most important by far is be prepared ahead of the meeting; you need more than vague notions of what you are looking for or it will be a real long day.” – The Witzels

“In summary, do your homework!” – Ed Grimes

So what exactly does that mean, and how should you prepare? Read on for great tips from homeowners!

VISIT THE ONLINE DESIGN STUDIO:

Schell Brothers has an award-winning online design studio, where you can see the various design options offered, view photos of the models, and save the ideas you like. Make sure to spend time on the online design studio to get a good feel for the options you will be choosing from at your design appointment.

“Definitely spend time with the online design studio getting an idea of what colors, designs and levels of options are available for the flooring, cabinets, tile etc. It helps narrow down what to look at when you are at the design appointment and also gives you an idea of what to look at during the preview time.” – Erin Umerly

“When I clicked on Photos and Videos, and then clicked Homes on the left side, I was able to look at all the model homes that Schell has.  That was really helpful in giving me lots of ideas for decorating and selections.” –The Whalens

“The Ideas Gallery on the design center website was also very helpful.” – The Whalens

“It’s extremely important to stress the use of the website to put your ideas together for all rooms!” – Sharon Simon

“Visit the online studio and spend hours there.” –Ed Grimes

VISIT THE MODELS:

You’ve been to the model home in your community, but there are so many other model homes to explore in person! The models are a great way to see the various design features we offer in person and in a real home. Ask your sales rep or visit our website to see which models we have in the area.

“Visit lots of model homes to get ideas.” –Erin Umerly

“The most helpful thing for us was viewing several of Schell’s model homes.  Seeing the different finishes, cabinets, flooring and accessories in these houses helped us tremendously.” -Brenda Millette

“Visit as many Schell models as you can.  Take notes on what selections you liked.  I took pictures of the kitchens/bathrooms and the description of the selections.” –Ed Grimes

“Number one idea – and this cannot be said enough to any individual – visit the models not only of the house you were planning on building but any other model available. Take pictures of features that you like or room colorations that you enjoy, check bathrooms for tile or shower features that can be duplicated in any home. Look kitchens over carefully and consider the functionality for the way you like to cook, ask your sales rep if they have different levels of kitchens for your particular home – again taking pictures of cabinets or cabinet features that you like.” – Charles Billingslea

“Visit the Schell websites showing the 3D models, particularly the one you are purchasing, but even better, visit one of the Schell models in DE.  It will get you a much more objective reality of the options available and will assist you the decision making process.” –The Witzels

“I would encourage buyers to visit as many Schell model homes as possible.  They should take pictures of what they like and record the names and colors:  floors, cabinets, paint colors, tiles, etc.” –Linda Brightfield

ATTEND THE PREVIEW APPOINTMENT:

While the design studio preview is an optional appointment, it is highly recommended! This is a group appointment in which you will be given a “tour” of the Design Studio. You will get a general overview of the options available, and some time to explore the Design Studio on your own. This is your first opportunity to see all of the design features offered in person, so take advantage of it!

“I think the pre-design appointment was incredibly helpful… I would definitely advise people not to skip that meeting.” – The Whalens

“Preview appointment was helpful. I took photos of selections that interested me.” –Amber Nelson

“Get the lay of the land so you are not overwhelmed when you get there on Selections Day.” –Ed Grimes

PRODUCT SAMPLES:

If you need more time to see, touch, and feel some of the selections we offer, ask the manufacturer! They are usually more than happy to send free samples which you can use to help think about your selections ahead of time, and also to help you with your furniture and other ideas.

“Almost all of the manufacturers that Schell uses at the design center will send samples. I got samples from Wellborn, Shaw, Q quartz, and Daltile.” – Stephanie Hensal

THINK ABOUT THE SMALL STUFF:

Focus on the major areas, and move to the details. But don’t forget to think about the little details that affect your everyday life. Think about your current home and how you use it, which is different for everyone!

“Something you might want think about is do I need an extra outlet in the pantry to plug in a dust buster, charger etc? Do I want to add any additional recessed lights to any room? Or fans? Or floor receptacles?” – Erin Umerly

“For us, we were good when we went in because we knew exactly what we wanted for big things – but then you get down to the nitty gritty, small details. In the end, the devil is in the details.” –Susan Goldberg

MAKE A BUDGET:

Know beforehand how much you are willing to spend, and which areas of the home you are going to focus your resources on.

“Being prepared and having a budget was very helpful for us.” –Tracey Firth

“Where do you want to put your resources? If you’re people that like to cook a lot you’re going to want to put the resources into the kitchen. For us it was flooring. I don’t think I’ve touched the oven.” –Susan Goldberg

GET INSPIRED:

Maybe you’ve been binge-watching HGTV or creating boards of your dream home on Pinterest…or already getting inspired on Schell’s online design studio! Bring these ideas with you to help share the vision you are looking for.

“Prep is key! Make mood boards using the online design studio. I made one for each bathroom and kitchen. I added non-offered items to my board to get a more complete design concept. On design day, I didn’t want to get lost in all of the choices and lose sight of the look I was trying to achieve.” – Amber Nelson

“Most design choices will involve the kitchen-great room area of the house. The rest of the house design will flow from this critical area. Bring a color photo of your “inspiration room” for this area of the house to the design appointment. We had an inspiration room photo from HGTV, and it helped convey our taste and preferences to the Schell designer in a way that I could not adequately put into words during the design meeting.” – Marilou Merrill

“You should go with pictures and ideas so they can see what you like and are trying to achieve in your new home.” – Charles Billingslea

GET EXCITED!!

Don’t be nervous! There are a lot of decisions to be made, but if you go in prepared it will be an incredibly fun and exciting day!

“The process and helpful staff made it a great experience!”  – Sharon Simon

“I was like a kid in a candy shop. We loved the day!” –Susan Goldberg

“Come well rested and in a patient frame of mind. Enjoy the experience – it is fun!” – The Witzels

 

Ready to get started on the Online Design Studio?? Right this way: http://style.schellbrothers.com/

 

Introducing Eastpoint Beach at Bayside!

By Natalie Hay, in Bayside

We are so excited to finally introduce to you one of the most highly anticipated neighborhoods in Bayside – Eastpoint Beach!

If you aren’t familiar with Bayside, “the Point” is everyone’s favorite hangout spot and one of the most unique aspects of the community. For our Bayside newbies, The Point is the area where the community meets the Assawoman Bay, which means it is home to the community’s private bay beach, not to mention those gorgeous views of the Ocean City skyline!

The Point also houses the community’s kayak and paddleboard launch, a pavilion with fire pits and horseshoes, a fishing/crabbing pier, and a nature trail. You can see why The Point has always been one of the most beautiful and relaxing locations in the community. In fact, one of the most common sights on a warm day is homeowners biking or walking down to The Point with their family and friends.

However, as the saying goes, “the best keeps getting better!” This summer, The Point will also be home to Bayside’s newest amenity, a brand new pool and hot tub. This means homeowners will now be able to enjoy that same amazing Ocean City skyline and bay view, but this time it will be poolside and with a drink their hand!

Speaking of a drink in their hand…the new pool at The Point will have its very own bar and grille. The new bar and grille, named “38 Degrees” because of its location almost directly on the Mason-Dixon line, will be featuring a specially designed menu and served by SoDel Concepts. We cannot wait for happy hours this summer at 38 Degrees!

So you may be asking, what is “the point” of all of this? (ha-ha). Our newest neighborhood at Bayside, Eastpoint Beach, is located just steps – literally steps – away from all of these amazing amenities at The Point. No doubt being located right in the heart of the most beautiful section of the community is a reason itself to live in Eastpoint Beach, but that’s not it…

The homesites at Eastpoint Beach are some of the most private in Bayside. This section is surrounded by trees, and most of our sites are fully-wooded. A majority of these sites will also be exclusively allowed to have fenced in yards and private pools!

We are celebrating the release of these new homesites with (of course) a happy hour on February 17 at our Sanibel model. But please don’t wait to reach out to our team for more details before then! We would love to show you this amazing new neighborhood in person.

Call or Email:

Frank Ryan

302.249.0683

frank@schellbrothers.com

Natalie Sweeney

302.249.4726

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Introducing the Coastal Cottage Series at Bayside

By Natalie Hay, in Bayside

THE SECRET IS OUT! We are SO excited to share with you our latest release of new homes here at Bayside – the Coastal Cottage Series. Since we released the Coastal Cottage single-family homes earlier this summer, they have been the best kept secret at Bayside…until now!

PRIME LOCATION

The collection of homesites designated for the Coastal Cottage Series are located in The Point, the most desirable neighborhood in Bayside. This section of the community is highly sought after due to its proximity to – you guessed it – the Point. The Point is home to our kayak launch, pier, private bay beach, pavilion with live music, walking trails, horseshoes, and fire pits. Plus, next summer you’ll have access to the brand new infinity pool at The Point. This pool will overlook the Assawoman Bay with breathtaking views of the Ocean City skyline. With its own tiki bar and grill, you can expect this to be the social hub of the The Point in the summertime!

INNOVATIVE FLOOR PLANS

The Coastal Cottage Series at Bayside includes three great new floor plans: The Lilac, The Jasmine, and The Iris. These floor plans are specially designed to create an open and spacious feel in your new home, while still maintaining a smaller footprint than our typical single-family homes. They are born from customer feedback, incorporating features like more storage space, lots of natural light, and the ability to customize with more design options. The layouts are functional and flexible, allowing you to personalize the home to fit your needs.

ACTIVE COMMUNITY

Bayside not only has the amazing amenities at The Point, but there’s also an extensive lineup of activities throughout the entire community. Other amenities include more outdoor pools, an indoor pool, fitness centers, tennis, basketball, volleyball, playground, dog park, etc. During the summer, you can take the beach shuttle to Fenwick Island State Park and year-round you can enjoy one of the many classes hosted by the Bayside Institute. Another unique aspect of this community is The Freeman Stage, an outdoor performing arts venue located at the front of the community. With all of this going on, Bayside has won numerous awards over the years. Recently at the Delaware Regal Awards, Bayside walked away with an incredible TEN awards, including Best Amenity Value in Delaware, Best Community in Sussex County, and BEST COMMUNITY IN DELAWARE!

UNBEATABLE PRICE POINT

The Coastal Cottage Series is priced at a pretty incredible value. These homes are starting in the $400s, and after personalization, are much lower (we’re talking $100,000 lower) than our typical single-family homes in Bayside. This is your chance to get into a single-family home in the most sought after section of the ‘Best Community in Delaware’!

For more information and to view floor plans visit Schell Brothers at Bayside (http://schellbrothers.com/find-new-homes/delaware-beaches/bayside/) and reach out to our sales team. We would love to walk these homesites with you, show you our amazing community at Bayside, and tell you more about the Schell Brothers difference.

Maximizing the Rental Potential of your Investment Property

By Natalie Hay, in All Communities

Thinking about purchasing an investment property? Want to know how to maximize your rental potential? We’ve teamed up with Christy Conaway from ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals, leader in rental management at Bayside, to provide you with some helpful hints on how to set your rental up for success.

We’ve identified a few of the key features that renters are looking for in a vacation home, features that could help you increase your rental income, get booked faster, and ensure that your renters want to stay at your home time and time again (win-win right?!). By following a few simple steps, maximizing your rental potential can be a breeze. Let’s take a look:

HOME FEATURES

When designing a home that you know will be a rental, the first step is making the right selections. “Don’t select flooring or carpet or furniture upholstery colors that easily show dirt and/or wear easily,” advises Christy. “These homes will get ‘lived in’ and you are at the beach, so sand is unavoidable. Spend a little bit more for commercial grade flooring and furniture. In the long run, you will be glad you did!” Hardwood and tile flooring area also good options, as they will be more durable, easier to clean, and will likely last longer. Choose a light colored hardwood to hide the dirt and sand, and a hickory or maple as it will provide some added durability.

As a general rule of thumb, we recommend our dual fuel HVAC system for all new homeowners, but especially for a rental home. This system will pay for itself, as it is a smart system that will increase the energy efficiency of your home. LED lightbulbs are another energy saver that you should include in your rental home.“Use LED lightbulbs (and have some replacements where guests can find them),” explains Christy. “Not only are they more energy efficient, they last a long, long time.”

OUTDOOR LIVING

Your guests are on vacation at the beach, and most likely will want to spend as much time as possible outdoors. And who can blame them?! Help them enjoy their time outside by creating an ideal outdoor living space. Renters are looking for screened in porches and patios with tables and chairs. Provide a grill so they can cook their meals outside as well. Bonus points if you have an outdoor fireplace or fire pit!

FURNISHINGS

Nice, new furnishings and splashes of color throughout can make a rental home look much more appealing. Renters tend to gravitate towards the rentals that look nicer in the photos, and your furnishings will certainly help achieve this aim.

More bedrooms and more beds will typically help get your home rented quickly, while also allowing you to ask more for the rental. Keep in mind that people often get the whole family together for vacation. The types of beds you include can make a difference as well, says Christy. “A king in the master bedroom. They are on vacation, so they want something at least as large as they have a home – probably larger.”

Include a larger table with plenty of seating – if you have room for multiple people to sleep, there should be a place for them to eat as well!

TECHNOLOGY

Include flat screen TVs connected with cable in all bedrooms if possible, along with a TV with a Blu-ray player and/or streaming device in the living room.

“Other examples of conveniences (some would say necessities) for a rental home include Blu-ray players (no VCRs or even DVD players) and a device capable of streaming (Amazon Firestick, Chromecast, Roku, the current generation of WiFi enabled Blu-ray players) so guests can use Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go…” says Christy. And WiFi is a must! While you should have cable as well, I’m sure most would argue that having WiFi is even more important with streaming becoming wildly popular and WiFi being used on almost every cell phone, computer, and TV. “Make absolutely sure that your WiFi covers the WHOLE house with decent signal strength and that your router can handle lots of users,” adds Christy. “Odds are that the cheapest modem in the store is the wrong choice for your rental property.”

Bonus Points: Families will appreciate some kind of gaming system for the kids. A sound system or Bluetooth speaker would also be a big plus!

OTHER CONVENIENCES

“It’s your home, but it’s going to be someone else’s home-away-from-home for a weekend or a week. So, think about what you and your friends have and use at home and provide it for your guests.” explains Christy. Having a kitchen to cook your own meals is one of the main reasons people will rent a home instead of going to a hotel, so it is important to have a well-equipped kitchen. Make sure to have proper cooking equipment, utensils, and dishes for them to use. “One of the many benefits of renting a vacation home is the kitchen. Many of our guests cook large meals while staying here.”

Other conveniences that are small but should not be forgotten are things like coffee makers, bottle openers, games, movies, and other miscellaneous items that people use on a daily basis. “Add a single-cup coffee maker, like a Keurig, Nespresso, etc. Don’t forget to stock starter items, like a small library of DVDs (include some for all ages), beach books, board games, a sampler pack of k-cups…” The little things will make a difference and will help your guests enjoy the experience. While you can ask them to bring their own disposables, providing them with a couple rolls of toilet paper and paper towels to get started is always appreciated.

Another tip for success from Christy: “Make a book of instructions for everything! Label your remote controls so they know what does what. Make it easy for your guests to enjoy your home.”

COMMUNITY/LOCATION

Location, location, location…Proximity and easy access to the beach, restaurants, and shopping is super important, but what is arguably even more important are the amenities and activities within the community. The convenience of not having to leave the community to get a relaxing and fun vacation is a huge bonus. Pools, tennis, volleyball, kayaks, golf, fitness centers, and any other activities will create an enjoyable vacation, especially when there is a little something for everyone! Keep the location AND the community amenities in mind before deciding on your investment property.

 

For more on Bayside and our new home communities at the Delaware Beaches, simply click here.

If you would like to find out how much you are able to rent your home for, get a free rental evaluation:

Christy Conaway

ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals

(302) 541-5959

christy.conaway@wynvr.com

Rainy Day Fun at the Beach

By Natalie Hay, in All Communities

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Rainy day at the beach bringing you down? Don’t worry there are still plenty of fun things to do in the area! You may not be able to soak up the sun or enjoy a full day at the beach, but those rainy days give you the opportunity to explore the numerous rainy day activities in our area, from bowling to laser tag to local history. Enjoy!

Movies

Naturally, going to the movies is everyone’s favorite activity on a rainy day. Check the movie times at Movies at Midway in Rehoboth Beach, Sun & Surf Cinema in Ocean City (with their awesome new recliner seats!) or the Clayton Theatre in Dagsboro (the only single screen theatre in Delaware).

Shopping

You may not have realized it yet with all the time you’ve been spending on the beach, but our area also has a wide variety of shopping options. Try the Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach or West Ocean City for big name shops and designer outlet stores. If you’re looking for smaller, local shops, there are plenty of options. Browse shops in downtown Lewes, Rehoboth and Bethany Beach, as well as Fenwick Island.

Arcades

Whether you’re with the kids or not, challenging a friend or family member to a game of Skee-ball can be a super fun way to pass a rainy day! Check out boardwalk arcades such as Funland in Rehoboth Beach or Marty’s Playland and Sportland in Ocean City.

Casino

How about an adults only arcade?! Try your luck at Harrington Raceway & Casino, Dover Downs, or Ocean Downs for an afternoon or evening of kid-free fun. All three are also home to a terrific line-up of live entertainment throughout the year, so be sure to take a look at their events calendars.

Laser Tag

Just because it’s raining doesn’t mean you can’t get your energy and competitive side out! Laser tag is a great indoor activity for kids and adults, but especially so on those rainy days at the beach. You can find laser tag facilities at Lefty’s in Lewes or Game World and Planet Maze in Ocean City.

Escape Room

Escape Room is a relatively new addition to the entertainment lineup in our area, and we can’t get enough. Challenge your mind by solving puzzles and riddles to ‘escape the room’. There are two locations nearby for Escape Room – one in Rehoboth Beach and another in Ocean City.

Library

Always a classic go-to for those rainy day blues – your local library! Check out what events your local library may be hosting or just check out a good book and cozy up with it on a rainy day. If you aren’t a member yet, take this opportunity to become one.

Museums

Spend a few hours delving into the local history at one of the numerous museums in Maryland and Delaware. Learn about the history of the US lifesaving service at the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum or the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. The Zwaanendael Museum in Lewes showcases the area’s local history as the first European settlement in Delaware. Or take a drive up to Dover to the Delaware State Police Museum to learn about how the state police have and continue to serve and protect us here in Delaware.

Indoor Mini Golf

Don’t let the rain stop you from a family-favorite beach activity. Old Pro Golf in Ocean City has two different indoor mini golf courses for you to enjoy. Try the Undersea Adventure course on 68th street or the Safari Village on 136th street.

Bowling

Stick with one of the classics and spend your rainy day on the lanes. There are a few bowling alleys nearby including Lefty’s Alley & Eats in Lewes, Ocean Lanes in Ocean City, or Millsboro Lanes.

Beverage Tasting

Spend the day tasting local beer, wine, or liquor (or all three!). There are several great distilleries, breweries, and wineries in the area. Check out Shore Craft Beer and Visit Delaware to see what’s out there! Some of our favorites are Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Crooked Hammock, Dewey Beer Company, Burley Oak, and Salted Vines.

Forget about sunny beach days – now you can look forward to those rainy days too 🙂

The Best Things to Do at Bayside!

By Natalie Hay, in Bayside

New to the area? Have friends visiting and need help deciding where to take them? No problem! With the help of our friends on Facebook, we put together a bucket list of the must-hit spots and best things to do at Bayside and in the surrounding area.

1.Beach Shuttle to Fenwick Island State Park

No matter the time of year, you can’t come to the area and not hit the beach! Whether it’s taking the beach shuttle in the summer from Bayside to Fenwick Island State Park, or spending the day at the beaches of Bethany Beach and Ocean City, it’s an absolute must to feel the sand between your toes and get a whiff of that sweet, salt air! Mary Lou Shores told us on Facebook that she prefers to “sit on the beach with my eyes closed listening to the beautiful sound of the waves.” And of course we can’t argue with Jane Borkey, who loves the fun of jumping waves on the beach!

2. “Attend a show at the Freeman Stage!” – Robin Walker

Not only does the Freeman Stage bring in big names such as Justin Moore, The Beach Boys, Gavin DeGraw, Andy Grammar, Phil Phillips, The Band Perry, and The Drifters, we also enjoy watching performances by local musicians, dancers, and singer and actors! What could be better than watching live shows with your friends and neighbors? And you don’t even have to leave the community! Check out the schedule of events here: https://freemanstage.org

3. Kayaking and Paddle Boarding

Lynn Cattafi loves “paddling around the shallow areas of the bay.” She says, “there are so many little islands and spots to stop and enjoy and be.” We agree! Whether it’s using the community kayaks or paddleboards and launching into Assawoman Bay from the Point, or heading to other local kayak spots such as the Nanticoke River or Delaware Bay at Cape Henlopen State Park, getting out on the water is a great way to enjoy the area’s natural beauty.

4. Assawoman Bay State Wildlife Area

Our very own Jay Hauck loves enjoying the great outdoors, so naturally he suggests heading to the Assawoman Bay State Wildlife Area. There are so many fun things to do here, including crabbing, fishing, walking the trails, kayaking, and birdwatching in the watch tower.

5. Pool Day

If you’re here in the summer, than it’s mandatory that you make time to relax by the pool. The kiddos can splash around while you lounge in the sun with an iced cold drink from the pool bar!

“My grandkids loved the splash pool. They preferred that to going to the beach!” said Bev Reed Witmer.

6. Crab Feast

“It’s not a trip to the beach without some steamed crabs!” – Ali Baker.

This area is famous for our mouth-watering blue crabs. Not only do you enjoy a delicious meal, but getting together with friends & family and spending the evening cracking crabs is an adventure within itself! You can catch your own in our bays, or pick up a bushel at a local crab shack such as Captain Mac’s Fish House, Rippons Seafood Market, The Crab Bag, or Fenwick Crab House.

7. Orange Crush at Harborside

The Orange Crush is this area’s signature drink, made up of fresh-squeezed orange juice, sprite, triple sec, and vodka. While you can get this drink at any of the local bars and restaurants, Harborside Bar and Grill in West Ocean City is the home of the original Orange Crush. It is an absolute necessity to enjoy a refreshing Orange Crush while watching the boats go by on Harborside’s deck…exactly where this locally famous drink got its start!

8. Ocean City Boardwalk

Whether it’s riding rides at Trimper’s, playing games at Marty’s Playland, or eating all of the delicious, greasy boardwalk food (Thrasher’s Fries!!!), the boardwalk in Ocean City provides endless fun. A perfect way to spend a summer night, or even just a nice place for a stroll in the winter!

9. Attend a Bayside Institute Course

For Bayside members (and guests if there is room in the class), we have a variety of classes and events to attend through the Bayside Institute! They’re held in various locations around Bayside – the Point, the lawn at Bayside commons, the Cove, and sometimes even the model home! There’s something fun for everyone. We’ve had birdwatching classes, baking/cooking classes, whiskey and cigars classes, and more! See the schedule of upcoming Bayside Institute Courses here: http://livebayside.com/bayside-institute/#classes

10. Watching the Sunrise and Sunset

There are so many great spots to enjoy the serenity of watching the sunrise over the ocean or sunset over the bay. Valerie D’ambrogi says, “Sunsets at the point!!” and Lorna Cahn enjoys “watching sunrises and sunsets from my porches, my friends and all the things that go along with that!”

11. Assateague Island

Assateague Island is another nearby natural beauty, but this park is also home to wild ponies that you’ll frequently see roaming the park…including the beaches! Some fun things to do at Assateague include driving out on the beach, building bonfires in the sand, camping, kayaking, exploring the various hiking trails, and learning about the wildlife in the visitor’s center.

12. Golfing

Of course while at Bayside you need to play a round at the first Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in Delaware! This challenging course also has breathtaking views of the bay, ponds, and wooded areas. Follow it up with drinks and food at The Cove!

13. Cruisin’ OC Weekend

During this annual car show, thousands cruise up and down Coastal Highway in their Hot Rods, Customs, Classics, and more. “My husband loves the muscle car weekends in Ocean City where we drive his 59 Chevy sedan down Coastal Highway along with hundreds of other car guys and gals,” explained Lynn Cattafi. No matter the time of year, there is always some fun special event going on in Ocean City! From Winterfest of Lights to Sunfest to the various car shows, check out http://ococean.com/events/ for the calendar of events!

14. Water Parks

If you want to enjoy the sunshine and get active, than we highly suggest hitting one of the many water parks in the area! Check out Thunder Lagoon in Fenwick Island, Splash Mountain in Ocean City, or Jungle Jim’s in Rehoboth Beach!

15. Parasailing

There are multiple companies in Ocean City that will take you flying high in the sky for a parasailing ride, including OC Parasail and Paradise Watersports to name a few. This is a fun way to view the beauty of the Ocean City skyline, and you can ride over either the ocean or the bay.

16. Jet skiing/Boating

Jet skiing and boating are a few of the more fast-paced adventures you can enjoy out on the water. Rent a jet ski for a couple of people to zip around on the bay, or get a boat to fit the whole family and spend a full-day on the water.

17. OC Rocket/Sea Rocket

If you don’t want to captain your own boat for the day, get tickets to ride on the OC Rocket or the Sea Rocket! These speedboats take you for a ride in the ocean, where you will go up and down the coastline of Ocean City. If you’re lucky you may even get to see a few dolphins!

18. Fenwick Float-oars

Float-Oars is Fenwick Island’s favorite gift shop! They have two buildings full of home goods, clothing, fun toys & games, and souvenirs! Perfect for browsing, especially on a rainy day!

19. Frontier Town

If you’re looking for something to do with the kiddos, Frontier Town is a must-hit spot! This Western theme park is packed with fun activities. From a train ride, to panning for gold, to shows with cowboys and can-can girls, your kids (and you!) will not be bored! Frontier Town also has a water park, mini golf, an arcade, a high ropes adventure park, and a campground if you would like to stay overnight!

20. Happy Hour at the Model Home

Of course happy hour at the Schell Brothers model home had to be on the Bayside Bucket List. Once or twice a month we host a happy hour in our model for the homeowners! It’s so much fun getting together, and we always have a blast! Check out our Facebook page, stop by the model, or give us a call to find out when the next happy hour is!

Santa is Moving to Bayside!

By Natalie Hay, in At Schell Brothers, We Get It!

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You heard it here first! Santa bought a home in Bayside!

santa-blog-4As the Christmas season approaches, Santa and his elves have been working day and night to prepare for another busy Christmas Eve! While Santa loves bringing happiness to boys and girls all over the world, he can’t help but feel exhausted every year as he lands his sleigh on December 26. Santa and Mrs. Claus decided that this year they finally needed to get a vacation home where they can relax and unwind during the summer months. And where else could be more perfect than Bayside?

When we asked Santa why he decided to buy a vacation home in Delaware, he said the choice was easy, “I’ve been all over the world, and haven’t found any beaches more beautiful than those in Delaware – with the soft sand and perfect weather, it just can’t be beat.” Santa and Mrs. Claus really wanted to escape from the hustle and bustle of big cities like NYC, Philadelphia, and Baltimore after a busy Christmas season, but they enjoy being close enough to the cities that they can still visit.santa-blog-8

Other area attractions are perfect for Santa and Mrs. Claus. Santa browses the outlets in Rehoboth as well as local shops in Fenwick Island and Bethany Beach to get Christmas gift ideas. As we all know, “no one likes a skinny Santa,” and Southern Delaware has some of the best restaurants for Santa and Mrs. Claus to fill up on fresh seafood and other delicious local treats.

It was obvious that Delaware was the best place for Santa to buy a vacation home, so what made him choose Bayside? First of all, Santa spends most of the year at the North Pole, so when he decided to buy a beach home in Delaware he wanted to be in the southern-most part of the state. He loves being just four miles from the beach, and Bayside’s beach shuttle makes it easy for him and Mrs. Claus to get to the ocean in the summer. Santa also enjoys unwinding with a relaxing game of golf, so when he played a round at Bayside’s Jack Nicklaus golf course he was sold!

When Santsanta-blog-5a first walked through a Schell Brothers home, he was thoroughly impressed. As a master craftsman, Santa recognized the unique quality of construction in the Schell Brothers homes.But Santa’s favorite aspect of Schell Brothers is the company’s commitment to bringing happiness to its employees and customers. Santa told us, “When I witnessed Schell’s culture and mission to maximize happiness, I was stunned. Bringing happiness to others is my mission as well, and I couldn’t be happier to work with a company that shares my beliefs.”

Santa and Mrs. Claus are so excited to spend their first summer with us in 2017. They are moving into a gorgeous new Sanibel (which Santa thinks we should rename the Santa-bell). The Sanibel was perfect for his needs: the three-car garage will fit his sleigh, and he will have some extra space to use as summertime workshop. Mrs. Claus can’t wait to make Christmas cookies in the chef’s kitchen, and Santa’s elves can’t wait to hang out in the downstairs rec room when they come to visit! The reversed living floor plan also gives Santa easy access to the rooftop, and his office space will allow him to work on his naughty and nice list throughout the summer.

Welcome to the Schell Brothers family Santa!

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