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Old 02-24-2009, 06:42 AM
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Iam intrested in the courtyards at Brandywine. Thease or new 55+ homes in New Castle county close to the PA state line. does anyone have any information on Brandywine or what type of an area its located in. Thanks
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Old 02-24-2009, 06:59 AM
Location: Greenville, Delaware
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If they are really located close to the PA state line, then they are in a very affluent, physically beautiful part of DE. I assume they would be in the Greenville-Montchanin-Centreville area. As I live in that part of the world, I drive around there all the time, but I don't take more than passing note of the names of gated communities and so forth, so I may have driven by this place without recalling it.
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Old 04-24-2015, 08:16 PM
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Just visited today. Nice homes and close to everything. All attached homes and cookie cutter-kind of all look the same.Pricey
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Old 04-29-2015, 10:09 PM
Location: Southeastern Pennsylvania
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It finally registered -- I know exactly where this community is. Right off the northbound side of Route 202, north of the shopping center with Sullivan's and Trader Joes (which is called Brandywine Town Center), but south of the state line.

Friends of friends moved there about 8 months ago. Word is they are very happy. They previously lived in a post-WWII development within three or four miles, so they were already very familiar with the area. I think they actually paid more for a smaller place than their old development house sold for.

OP, if you're still around, this is a very congested stretch of highway, but if you want every amenity imaginable within a few-mile radius, this would be the place. (Except for public transportation -- there's probably a DART bus but I'm guessing service isn't frequent.)
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