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Resident Curatorship Program

Delaware State Parks

(302) 739-9186

Potential Use

Residential Use:

Upon completion of the work listed in the Restoration Work Plan, the Curators shall continue to repair and maintain the premises, including the curatorship structure and the curatorship grounds, on an as-needed basis during the term of the Curatorship Agreement. These services will be provided without charge to the State and will be performed for the duration of the Curatorship. The Curators may occupy the premises as their residence in order to perform these services, unless another use is approved in writing by the Delaware Division of Parks & Recreation. Delaware Division of Parks & Recreation reserves the right to inspect the premises upon reasonable notice to the Curators as provided.

Commercial Use:

The Division of Parks and Recreation will entertain proposals for commercial use of the available properties, particularly:

  • The Sarah Brooks House – as a coffee shop/bakery/craft-based enterprise
  • The Warrington House – as an equestrian center / light agricultural use