4401 Washington Boulevard, Wilmington, DE 19802-1225 $410,000
Interior Sq. Ft: 1,975
Subdivision: Brandywine Hills
Brandywine Hills is a community of approximately 260 custom built homes, located in a wooded area of North Wilmington. The very first houses were built in the 1930's. The neighborhood streets are lined with stone and brick homes, characterized by exceptional craftmanship and architectural diversity. The neighborhood straddles two worlds, walking the line between urban convenices and subaran ambience. Brandywine Hills is home to two of Wilmingon' most treasured cultural institutions, Wilmington drama League, and Wilmington Music school and right next door is Rockwood Museum Park. This brick home was built in 1954 offers four bedrooms , two baths, two power rooms, attached garage, partilly finished basement , laundry area , with reareational and storage space. It has a power room and a back entrance to the back yard, and the fire pit. This home sits .30 acres of land offering 1975 square feet of living space with a living room, dining room and a family room all on main floor. It has all hardwood floors on both levels. The second level has four bedrooms and two full baths. The driveway offers enough parking space for four cars .
Home Assoc: No
Condo Assoc: No
Pool: No Pool
90% Forced Air, Natural Gas, Central A/C, Electric, Hot Water - Natural Gas, Public Water, Public Sewer, Cable TV, Electric Available, Natural Gas Available, Water Available
Attached Garage, Driveway, Garage - Side Entry, Attached Garage Spaces #: 2;
Partially Finished Basement, Hardwood Flooring, Laminated Flooring
Concrete Perimeter Foundation, Brick Exterior
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Public Elementary (29 schools)
Public Middle (9 schools)
|duPont (Pierre S.) Middle School||Brandywine School District||6–8||Wilmington||0.63 mi|
|Great Oaks Charter School||Great Oaks Charter School||6–9||Wilmington||1.81 mi|
|First State School||Red Clay Consolidated School District||2–12||Wilmington||1.83 mi|
|Springer Middle School||Brandywine School District||6–8||Wilmington||2.76 mi|
|Bayard Middle School||Christina School District||6–8||Wilmington||3.1 mi|
|duPont (Alexis I.) Middle School||Red Clay Consolidated School District||6–8||Greenville||3.3 mi|
|Douglass School||Christina School District||3–12||Wilmington||3.7 mi|
|Odyssey Charter School||Odyssey Charter School||K–11||Wilmington||4.15 mi|
|Talley Middle School||Brandywine School District||6–8||Wilmington||4.7 mi|
Public High (13 schools)
Private (26 schools)
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This report is a detailed community overview for Wilmington (19802), Delaware.
- Average travel time to work for people in this community: 24
- Average salary of people in this community: $44,138
- Population Density (ppl / mile): 8,194
- Household Size (ppl): 2.49
- Households w/ Children: 60%
- Owned: 5,297 (45.2%)
- Rented: 5,168 (44.1%)
- Vacant: 1,255 (10.7%)
- Total: 11,720
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Climate and Weather
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- Less than 9th Grade: 2.2%
- Some High School: 8.9%
- High School Graduate: 43.4%
- Some College: 16.7%
- Associate Degree: 4.9%
- Bachelor's Degree: 13.1%
- Graduate Degree: 10.9%
Median Income: $42,329
The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Studio: $605
- One Bedroom: $764
- Two Bedroom: $1,030
- Three Bedroom: $1,166
- Four Bedroom: $1,311
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Listing data as of 10/21/2021.