A tour of the houses around Fenwick Island, Del. You’ll note that I’m not one for the huge McMansion-type beach houses that are going up everywhere — gigantic boxes on stilts. I’m drawn to the ones that are older, with a little more personality, which are a little more, well, LITTLE!
The person who lives in the house below told me that it was built during World War II. So, it’s showing its age, but there’s something so charming about it.
This “shabby shack” is behind the house above. Today, it’s a storage shed. But it used to serve as housing for the workers building houses here during the war.
These houses below are lovely, and have gardens to match.
Here’s the enticing pathway we take up to the beach, which I will leave you with, in addition to the work of some enterprising beach-goers. Have a great weekend!