Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Located in the heart of Chateau Country, a French Provencial masterpiece is offered. Situated on 1.97
verdant acres, Joe Marra, one of Delaware’s premier builders designed his personal dream home. The
grand property was subsequently upgraded by a new owner. After entering a secluded gated driveway,
observe an immense structure boasting a total of 8700 Sqft of living area. Walk through large European
inspired doors to enter the expansive foyer, one notices beaming Brazilian Cherry Hardwoods throughout,
Trey ceilings and wainscotting. A marble mantle enclosed fireplace provides ambiance when hosting
guests in the adjacent formal dining room. Cathedral ceilings await one after a long day easily forgotten
when relaxing inside the great room. Abundant natural light surrounds all living areas. A first-floor primary
bedroom benefits those seeking main floor living. Connected to the first-floor primary bedroom is a large
walk-in closet and professional office. Feeling inspired to prepare chef inspired home meals or hosting
You will easily find the French County kitchen’s commercial grade appliances suitable. Venturing off the
kitchen a Florida Room creates the perfect area to enjoy prepared hors d'oeuvres. Ascending sweeping
staircases, tropical hardwoods cover the entire upper level. On the second floor you find, a full en-suite
Princess suite, completed by walk in closet and tiled bathroom. Each bedroom benefits from attached en
suite bathrooms. Above the garage is a hobby/playroom. Descending down to the lower level you’ll find a
complete wet bar, upgraded Movie Room, large windows offering fresh air and light inside a gym area.
Only minutes to Downtown Wilmington made famous by Delaware’s own Joe Biden. Quick access to major
routes of transportation leading to Philly, NYC, DC or beyond.
What Delaware lacks in size, it makes up for in scenery. Coastal towns, countryside chateaus and historic districts fleck the landscapes of America’s second smallest state.