Welcome to Canby Park Estates. This well-established 1940~s community of evenly-grouped brick row houses has been home to many long-time residents and first-time home buyers. The adjacent park was originally named Southwest Park and was Delaware~s first large-scale urban park. In the early 1930~s the park was renamed to Canby Park in honor of William Marriott Canby and his son Henry. Both men were members of Wilmington~s Board of Park Commissioners. William Canby was a noted botanist and the first president of the Park Commission. This all-brick, two-story home has a multi-tiered landscaped fenced front yard and is within walking distance of Canby Park. Over time, the original windows were replaced with contemporary vinyl windows, decorative shutters were added, the bathroom was updated, a large raised deck was added to the rear of the home with sliders from the dining room, and the wall between the kitchen and dining room was opened-up to create a greater sense of space. All three bedrooms feature lighted ceiling fans. Not to be overlooked, central air and a fenced rear yard are additional reasons for you to make 1951 Seneca Road your new home.
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