Although Delaware is the second smallest state in the United States of America, the foreclosed home available to buy range small to grand. There are newly built homes in Wilmington, town homes in Newark, and 4- and 5-bedroom colonials in Middletown. Wherever you are looking to buy a home in the Blue Hen State, you can find a variety of sizes and styles for cheap.
Delaware has a variety of shopping spots, from Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach to The Seaside Country Store on Fenwick Island. There's also fun for kids and the whole family to be found at Jungle Jim's, Funland and Killens Pond Water Park. For entertainment involving a little more adrenalin, there's Midway Speedway Park and the Delaware Rock Gym. Outdoor activities both relaxing and thrilling can also be found throughout the state, including the serene Glasgow Park and Lewes Beach, and the exciting Shark's Cove Marina. As one would expect of a colonial state, there are also a variety of history museums, such as the Air Mobility Command Museum, Johnson Victrola Museum and the Cannonball House. After the sun goes down, take time to enjoy Delaware's coastal-inspired nightlife, like Woody's Dewey Beach and Nalu Surf Bar.
Delaware was first settled by the Dutch in 1631, and although this original settlement didn't last the year, more settlers followed to reestablish the colony. These colonies eventually grew into the three counties that became The Delaware State in 1776, making it the first to ratify the American Constitution. The nation's largest gunpowder factory was created just north of Wilmington, and is not the site of the world's fourth largest chemical company. In recent history, Delaware weathered Hurricane Isabel in 2003 which resulted in the thirteenth presidential disaster declaration in the state. Over 200 volunteers donated their time to the relief effort, including the transport of more than 300 tons of debris and damaged belongings.