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Old 02-09-2020, 12:06 PM
 
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Old 02-09-2020, 12:09 PM
 
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1) Hockessin- family friendly small town feel. Lots of youth programs, Red Clay feeder schools are great- North Star and Cooke Elem. HB Middle all right in Hockessin. Nice restaurants, only fast food is Wawa. Parks, library, PAL center, athletic club, shopping in town and close to others. 30 min to downtown. Right on PA border to Kennett Square and Landenberg. Kennett has some fun spots and restaurants too.
2) Greenville - more expensive and more spread out than Hockessin. But beautiful area with upscale shopping. Red Clay schools
3)North Wilmington - (Brandywine Hundred and Concord Pike area)family friendly, good schools in Brandywine school district, parks, YMCA, variety of shopping, close to city - 15 to 20 min to downtown. Lots of restaurants, casual and fast food.

Personally Wouldn’t live in other areas around Wilmington.
I’d include Newark too but you said around Wilmington so I left it out.
Thank you very helpful.
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Old 02-09-2020, 06:33 PM
 
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Years ago we had relatives that lived in Hockessin, they had a big, beautiful home. It looked like a really nice area.
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