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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 Call Dwayne Mousley ANGOLA NECK 3 BR, 2 BA, doublewide mobile (1/2 acre), own your own land, no ground rent. Situated in a secluded wooded setting. $79,500. LOCHWOOD VRM Listing $72,000 - $88,876.3 BR, 1 BA, ranch built in 1993, large deck, fenced back yard. POT NETS 3 BR, 2 BA mobile with large addition. Close to community pool & Indian River Bay. $28,000. ThePrudentml(00 Gallo Realty !322 King's Hwy. Lewes DE 645-6661 1-800-321-3839 Lewes Mercantile, chamber install benches for bus riders Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Lewes Mercantile and Antique Gallery on Second Street recently teamed up to purchase and place two wooden and iron benches on the sidewalk at the corner of Market and Second streets. The benches were placed to provide a comfortable spot for visitors to Lewes to sit and wait for the public buses that stop at the corner for load- ing and unloading. "People began using them almost immediately," said Gavin Braithwaite, chairman of the Historic Lewes Downtown Business Committee, who approached Lewes Council for permission to place the benches. "Our hope is that the benches will leave visitors with a favorable impression and further encourage them to use public transportation and re- turn for another visit." Shown with the new benches are (standing) Braithwaite and Lewes Chamber Executive Director Betsy Reamer, and seated (l-r) Lewes Chamber President Tren- ny Elliott and Lewes Mercantile and Antique Gallery Manager Joanne Meir. Captain's; Continued from page 45 made throw blankets, pillows, towels, napkins and pictures adorned with outback scenes; or its garden and golf sections, which are equally stocked with special- ized merchandise. There's even a bath and body section which features an array of Caswell and Massey products. The Captain's Cottage also car- ries painted hats by local artist Joann DiFiore, Spanish sculptures by Elisa and Bovano enamel-fired copper sculptures. Once you've found the perfect gift, you can complement your se- lection with a greeting card and gift wrap. The store even features personalized invitations which can be customized on the premis- es. Connie and Linda said they are also planning to start a bridal gift registry, and currently feature a mailing list to keep current with special or sale merchandise. Connie and Linda said the staff at their store is knowledgeable and ready to consult customers vho are in search of a specific item, or those who don't know what they're looking for. The Captain's Cottage, Ltd. will be open year-round, with seasonal gift items in stock. If the item you desire is not in stock, the owners said they have catalogs available for their patrons to peruse, and that special Orders aren't a prob- lem. In addition, gift certificates are always available. Currently the store is open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. seven days a week during the summer. Off- season hours, which will probably begin in October, will be 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., with the exception of special holiday hours (which will be posted). Callthe Captain's Cottage, Ltd. at 227-5611 for information. "We Design-Our Homes to Meet Your Needs" Country Life Homes is the only builder in this area with its own, in-house registered architect on staff. Steve heads up CLH Design. He explains: "We're not here to build homes w_fie like. Our primary objective is to provide homes to more exactly meet our customers' needs and expectations. "Country Life initially sits down with its cus- tomers to discuss their lifestyle and their needs. Then -- using modern design technology -- we create a home that will not only meet those needs, but also will fit the budget they have established. "Our homes are designed well, built sturdily and backed by a lO-year written warranty. In addition, we provide a written, industry-standard agreement on the service you can expect after settlement." COUNTRY LIFE HOMES,, 1539HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES, DE 19958 644.3000 302,644-3003 FAX BUILT FOR LIFE WALK TO THE BEACH From this 3-story townhome in a great waterfront commu- !nity on Lewes Beach. Offers tennis courts and fish- pier. Home has 3 BR and 3 full BA. Ride your bike to the State Park trails and ocean swimming. $196,900. SLAUGHTER BEACH This contemporary 2 story home has a spectacular view of the Delaware Bay and Prime Hook Wild Life Refuge from it's two balconies. The home offers 2,500 sq. It of comfortable liv- It includes hardwood central vac. and a romantic master BR. $229,000. GREAT LEWES LOCATION Charming DeVries Circ home situated in a park-like setting. 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 fire- places, 2 car garage, hard- wood floors throughout. Close to everything. $240,000. OWNER SAYS SELL! Single-wide mobil.e with 2 BR, 1 1/2 BA, LR, DR & kitchen. Short ride to beach- es, state parks and shop- ping This home has a nice deck and large storage shed. OWNER SAYS SELL! Price reduced to $10,000.