You have to see it to believe it!
With its winding, wooded streetscapes designed specifically to encompass the natural landscape, Tidewater Landing is truly one of the most desirable communities in Lewes. Centered within 141 acres of mature trees, every homesite is your own private retreat.
to Love Creek
& fishing pier
- Clubhouse and pool
- Nature paths
& tennis courts.
Confer with our Community Sales Managers for a community landscaping plan for those details.
Hi there, I’m Tiffany Raeuber.
Let me know if you have any questions about our communities or floor plans.
Once completed, there will be 195 single-family homes. The lot sizes range from 1/4 acre to 1/3 acre.
HOA Fees are $225 per month. The fees will include access to the clubhouse amenities, gym, outdoor pool, kayak launch and fishing pier. All common area maintenance including: ponds, nature paths, landscaping, streets, street lights and snow removal. This fee also includes grass cutting on your property, garden pruning and trash removal.
Property taxes typically range from $1,000 to $2,000 per year (yes, per year, not per month). We know that seems too low to be true ;). Delaware also has no sales tax and consistently ranks in the top 5 for the most tax-friendly states.
Tidewater Landing is located in the Cape Henlopen School District, which includes Love Creek Elementary, Beacon Middle School, and Cape Henlopen High School.
Natural Gas: Chesapeake Utilities
Electric: Delaware Electric Cooperative
Water: Tidewater Utilities
Sewer: Sussex County
Love the outdoors?
Take a leisurely walk on Tidewater Landing’s very own nature trail or take time to unwind and go fishing on our private pier. Enjoy a fun happy hour with neighbors in our well-appointed clubhouse, or bring the kids to splash in our oversized pool.
Everyday Adventure Awaits
The 6-mile scenic Junction & Breakwater Trail extends from Lewes to Rehoboth Beach for walkers, runners, and riders.
Not only does the trail offer access to Lewes and Rehoboth, bargain hunters will love that the trail runs directly behind the Tanger Outlets. There are many scenic spots along the route, most notably the gorgeous wetland views from a refurbished 80 foot railroad bridge circa 1913. You will enjoy views of wetlands, open pasture, and cornfields during your hike. Hawks, geese, deer, squirrels and other small woodland animals can be spotted on the trail. There are several benches positioned along the trail to rest and watch nature. View Trail Map
Go On An Adventure
Bike, hike and enjoy this beautiful, wooded 6.4 mile trail that winds through Cape Henlopen State Park and is surrounded by wetlands and farmland. The trail runs from Gills Neck Road in Lewes to the town of Rehoboth Beach and provides easy access to both Lewes and Rehoboth. This is a primarily flat crushed stone trail and accommodates individuals of all ages!
This is a favorite spot for families to bike, hike and walk their furry four-legged friends.
Homes & Pricing
Single Family Floor Plans
* Some restrictions apply. Subject to change without notice.