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Winterset Farms

Phone: (302) 475-3010
2801 Ebright Rd., Wilmington, DE 19810
Manager: Carolyn Burkholder & Mariann Stewart
Phone: PA. 610-558-4003 DE. 302-475-3010
Office Hours:
7:30-4:30; Monday - Friday, & Saturday 9:00 - 3:00!



"A very pleasant and clean development. Office Personnel are always pleasant. Maintenance men are very nice - always smiling and waving. Grounds are clean - never any trash. We have been here 12 years and never, ever had a problem."
- Jim and Judy C.
"The residents are very friendly and helpful. Everyone keeps their property and houses looking good. The neighborhood is very quiet and peaceful. The homes are well built and energy efficient."
- Don and Mary S.

Lot Rent

Delaware Lot Rent: Currently $709.77 per month, including water, sewer, basic cable (Comcast) and street snow removal. Pennsylvania Lot Rent: Currently $727.00 per month, including sewer and street snow removal.

Community Overview

Choose from brand new homes, existing homes or bring your own.  Many prime lots to select from.  Enjoy maintenance free living in a convenient location close to major routes, historical landmarks, cultural centers and tax free shopping in Delaware.  Beautiful and historic Winterset Farms is located on the highest point of the first state while also on both sides of the Mason Dixon Line, which divides the community into two sections; Pennsylvania on one side and Delaware on the other side.  Our community is just blocks away from Concord High School, and Brandywine Town Center.  Winterset Farms provides affordable living in a highly desirable area, making it an ideal community for families, seniors and young couples starting out.  Located only 20 miles from Downtown Philadelphia.

Winterset Farms is rich with history, as it was the last stop on the Underground Railroad.  As mentioned in the book Walkin' the Line: A Journey from Past to Present along the Mason-Dixon by William Ecenbarger on page 107:  Winterset sits on Mile 17, "The Line runs diagonally through a stone farmhouse that was built in 1742.  It was originally part of a 212-acre farm owned by Richard Sanderson, but when he died in 1769 he spilt it into three parcels and left a thirty-acre tract to his slave, James Cherry, whom he also granted his freedom.  About 1834 the farmhouse was purchased by the Ebright family and became an Underground Railroad stop.  The house now is an office for the Winterset Farms Mobile Home Park, a family business operated by Sheila Moran, who was born here.  'My grandfather bought it from the Ebrights,' she says.  She takes me to the basement and shows me a brick alcove about five feet high and four feet deep.  'They would hide in here until nightfall, and then move North. This is on the Delaware side of the house.'"        

Amenities and Services

  • Great Schools
  • Playgrounds
  • Office
  • On-Site Management & Maintenance

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