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Our 1763 Greek Revival, Georgian style home has hosted many prominent families who have shaped Milford and Delaware history, including Governors' Rodgers and Causey, and the Vinyard family who were local shipbuilders. This rare gem features many period-appropriate items including: lighting, intricate moldings and staircases, shutters, window treatments, and a widows walk. The 3+ acre property is walking distance to local shops and restaurants in the heart of Milford as well as minutes from the beach and tax-free outlets. In addition to the main residence the Causey property includes an original summer kitchen, mature trees and a 100 year old boxwood garden ~ a beautiful oasis in downtown Milford.
Whether you are just passing through Milford for a night or wish to celebrate your wedding here we strive to give you the best experience possible. Please contact us directly if you have questions about visiting us or hosting an event at our home.
The custom of opening one's home to travelers dates back to the earliest days of Colonial America. In parts of the countryside where public inns were not always available, weary travelers would be accommodated by a local family who would provide food and lodging for a fee.
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Ten Top Small but Surprisingly Posh Inns in the Northeast US!
January 11, 2016
2 Causey Avenue, Milford, DE,19963