Heritage Trace is situated in a pristine environment, surrounded by a haven of mature trees, ponds, and wildlife. Located south of up and coming Smyrna, it’s secluded setting is still conveniently near Routes 1 and 13 for a 20 minute drive to Dover, or a 41 minute drive to Wilmington. This neighborhood is a model example of how Handler Homes is a builder of communities. For instance, Handler Homes has built this neighborhood with a number of features exclusively for residents. Private fishing ponds, a refreshing walking trail surrounding the largest of the ponds, and a 4.7 acre active recreational space are to be used solely by Heritage Trace home owners. The Smyrna area is steadily becoming a popular place for young families to settle, and understandably so, considering there are four excellent elementary schools for parents to choose from in this district, and the teacher to student ratio comes in at a low 16 students per teacher. What kind of home designs can be purchased in Heritage Trace?
Each of the charming 2 story homes at Heritage Trace have 3-4 bedrooms, 2-2.5 bathrooms, and 2 garage bays. The square footage of these homes come in between 2,475-3,087 and prices start at a modest $246,400. These homes can be modified with features and upgrades to fit your personal taste. For instance, your family can cozy up next to the optional gas fireplace with a mug of hot cocoa on those brisk winter evenings. Many windows can be upgraded to double or bay windows to add character and dimension to your home. A finished basement entertainment area could provide hours of fun playing pool or watch Sunday football games. Even though you will adore your new home at Heritage Trace, you will also enjoy exploring the town of Smyrna. What activities in Smyrna should you seek out?
On days when the weather is not so favorable, the Smyrna Opera House is regularly showcasing local and travelling visual arts, theater performances, and concerts. During the summer months escape to the nearby Woodland Beach. This local, quiet getaway is a quick drive found at the end of Route 6. Get your feet wet as you walk along the shoreline, or test your fishing skills with beachside or dock fishing. Lake Como in Smyrna is a fun-filled outdoor area with kayaking, canoeing, fishing, swimming and more. The lake is typically open in the summer months between 10am-6pm and is free of charge. Smyrna’s natural landscape and array of outdoor activities makes it the ideal place to call home.