The Crooked Billet Estate, located in Greenville, Delaware, is being redeveloped to host a new 55+ community and several custom homes, all while maintaining the estate’s rich history and an abundance of open space. Mike Hoffman of Tarabicos Grosso assisted Crooked Billet, LLC, an affiliate of Dewson Construction Company, in obtaining a complicated set of approvals for this unique residential project. Scott Matthews assisted Crooked Billet, LLC in purchasing the property.
The age-restricted community, known as Crooked Billet, will consist of nineteen homes, and along Kent Road, an additional seven custom homes are to be constructed. The Crooked Billet Estate home itself will also be preserved on an approximately 3.5-acre lot. These residences will only cover about half of the 28-acre property, as the other half has been designated as open space. Walking paths and attractive landscaping will encourage active residents and offer a safe, pedestrian-friendly setting.
Click here to read more about this project in the Delaware Business Times, June 26, 2018, by Alex Vuocolo.