An Alternative to MD Senior Retirement Communities
Delaware and Maryland have much in common, including sharing a large portion of the land mass known as the Delmarva Peninsula. Whether you live in a laid-back Eastern Shore town such as Cambridge, the bustling city of Baltimore or the picturesque mountainous region of Western Maryland, Noble’s Pond is the perfect place to call home in retirement. Located five miles north of Dover, DE, our active 55+ community is only 105 miles from Baltimore, 96 miles from Washington, D.C., 63 miles from Cambridge and 72 miles from the beachfront resort of Ocean City, MD.
Stay in Close Touch With Family and Friends
An important benefit of Delaware over 55 communities for Maryland residents is accessibility to family and friends. You won’t have to worry about losing touch with your children, grandchildren or the people you care about the most, as they’ll only be a short car ride away. Of course, if you have friends or relatives approaching retirement age, you can always encourage them to join you as Noble’s Pond residents.
Once you experience a fabulous ranch home and the abundance of state-of-the-art amenities, you’ll want to recommend Noble’s Pond to everyone you know. Our Referral Program enables you to add $1,000 to your retirement nest egg every time someone you refer to us purchases a home!
Travel Along With Us to Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
You don’t have to be from Maryland to enjoy all that the Old Line State has to offer. As a resident of our active adult community near MD, you can always join us on our excursions to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor or a day trip to see the historic sites in Washington, D.C.
The Benefits of DE vs. MD Real Estate for 55 and Over
Purchasing 55 plus homes in Maryland may not offer all of the financial benefits that are available in Delaware. Kent County property taxes are generally lower than in many other areas, and you may be eligible for a reduction in school taxes when you turn 65. And unlike Maryland, Delaware has no state sales tax.