Quillen’s Point is a private residential community of 99 home sites set along the beautiful vistas of Indian River Bay and Beach Cove in Sussex County, Delaware. From its inception in 1981, Quillen’s Point has been a community valuing the preservation and enjoyment of its waterfront access. Quillen’s Point is dedicated to a high quality of life, expressed through its choice and diversity of architecture, planning and construction materials, and exercising a democratic style of self-governance.
Please ensure that accurate and complete Quillen’s Point Community information is included on your property MLS sheets, and that Covenants are conveyed to buyers at the time of settlement (see below).
Please provide Quillen’s Point Homeowners Association Covenants, By-Laws, Community Rules & Regulations, Common Areas Advisory and Marina Rules and Regulations to the BUYER. The Covenants “run with the land” and, by law in Delaware, their provisions automatically apply to all owners at Quillen’s Point. These documents are immediately downloadable as printable files on this page, below.
Sewer: Public Central Sewer
Water: Private Central Water
Quillen’s Point operates its own water utility, using two community wells. Find the 2019 water quality “customer confidence report” (covering 2018) here.
Marina (2020 annual slip rental fee $500)
Outdoor Tennis and Pickle Ball Court
Homeowner Association Fees: (2020 Assessments)
Annual Homeowners Association assessment: $400
Annual Water fee: $347
Annual Trash & Recycling fee: $237
Dumpster fee: $30
Closing – Agent should contact the Treasurer, Quillen’s Point Homeowners Association, to determine status of SELLER’S Association Assessment and Fee payments prior to closing.
Marina contact – David Green