This is a heads up to anyone interested in finding out how historic home owners in Delaware can qualify for tax credits for work on their historic house.
There will be a workshop June 11 at 7 PM at the Middletown DE town council chambers at 19 West Green St. It will be led by Joan Larrivee of the Division of Historical and Culturan Affairs in Dover.
Enacted in 2001, this program assists in preserving and rehabilitating historic buildings throughout the State by providing tax credit equal to a percentage of the cost of the rehabilitation, subject to certain requirements. Since its inception, the program has generated over $480 million in private investment to rehabilitate over 25 historic buildings. (Below) The Historic Hawthorne Farmhouse in Brandywide Hundred, currently a pending sale, after a week on the market with Carolyn Roland.