Samantha Broadhurst is a native of Southern Delaware with over 300 years of family history in Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. Sam's legacy in the area has given her a unique love and passion for her community. As a REALTOR® on the Carrie Lingo Team, she uses her exceptional knowledge and enthusiasm for Southern Delaware to give clients the best possible experience when buying or selling their homes. We recently conducted an interview with Sam to learn all about her favorite things to do in Coastal Delaware. Keep reading to hear her responses!


Our team is hosting EIGHT OPEN HOUSES this SATURDAY, MAY 21, 11:00 AM–2:00 PM!

We will have restaurant gift card drawings at each listing, with two prizes at each home!

Additionally, we will offer:

1) A GRAND-PRIZE DRAWING of $200 for visiting ALL open houses!

2) A SECOND-PLACE DRAWING of $100 for visiting FIVE open houses!

3) A THIRD-PLACE DRAWING of $20 for visiting FOUR open houses!

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The popular Junction & Breakwater Trail lies between the resort towns of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach on the western edge of Cape Henlopen State Park. It is Delaware's longest rail-trail and has been one of the most important economic and fitness boosts for eastern Sussex County. Visit LewesChamber.com to learn more about this local outdoor favorite!

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We are to delighted to congratulate team member Chelsea Bristow on the birth of her healthy baby daughter, Rose! This little bundle of joy has already become a regular visitor to our office, and our team just can't get enough!

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Our team is always happy to recommend and coordinate with numerous service vendors for our clients, including movers, painters, stagers, cleaners, landscapers, pool-maintenance technicians, inspectors, surveyors, and more. Whatever it takes to ensure a smooth transaction, we’ve got you covered!


Lewes Historical Society's Shipcarpenter Street Campus offers nine incredible historic buildings for you to explore! These structures, built during the 18th and 19th centuries, have been meticulously preserved and provide visitors with the rare opportunity to directly experience the rich history of our amazing region. Visit HistoricLewes.org to learn more!