Ingrams Point is a luxury new homes community of 129 homesites complete with rolling terrain, scenic streams, and nearby Ingrams Pond, a freshwater state pond. Community features include private roads, central water, onsite septic, and amenities that includes woodlands, open space, and nature trails
Key Features

Private Backyards – Lovely homesites offer several options for private and scenic backyards.

South Perimeter: Along the south is Sheila’s Branch stream with 30 homesites that back to preservation land, a conservation district which cannot be developed.

East Perimeter: Along the East are 17 homesites that border Long Drain, a scenic stream that runs into Ingrams Pond.

Wooded Lots: :  The remaining homesites back to woods or parks.

Community Features

Parks: Parks are planned to have benches along the picturesque streams in the near future.

Nature Trails: Two nature trails meander throughout the community with four strategically placed entrances for easy access to the trails.

No Cut Zones: No cut zones and clearing restrictions reduce the impact on the surrounding forests, which provide privacy.


Convenient Location : Ingrams Point is located on Lakeview Road (RD 412), which connects to RT 20 and RT 113, or RT 24 and RT 113. The Town of Millsboro is just minutes from Ingrams Point for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

School District: Ingrams Point is in the Indian River School District. East Millsboro Elementary, Millsboro Middle, and Sussex Central High School are the current schools for the community.

Area Beaches: Ingrams Point is less than 20 miles from Bethany Beach. A few miles north is the Delaware Seashore National Park, Dewey Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Cape Henlopen State Park, and Lewes. South from Bethany Beach is Fenwick Island, Ocean City, and Assateague Island, MD.

Attractions: The Delaware beach area offers fabulous shopping outlets, nationally ranked restaurants, local artisans, boutiques, entertainment and more.


Floorplans: Four Homebuilders offer approved architectural styles which include southern, traditional, farmhouse, and cottage style home designs. A minimum of 1,800 square feet per home is required or a minimum of 1,500 square feet for a one-level living home is required. A review by the Architectural Review Committee maintains the overall aesthetics of the community.

Grade: Due to the land’s uniquely high ground, most homesites can accommodate basements.

Energy Sources :There is either propane or electric available in the community.

HOA: Ingrams Point Homeowner's Association has a low annual fee that includes maintenance and landscaping for common areas.

TAXES: The only taxes are county property taxes billed once per year. Delaware has no sales tax.

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