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Hockessin

Also a highly desirable zip code, Hockessin offers diverse housing options, from town home communities to McMansion subdivisions to established homes. Harvest Market feeds diet-conscious residents. The House of William & Merry, the iconic Back Burner and other good restaurants feed discriminating diners. Hockessin Corner houses terrific shops like Everything But The Kitchen Sink. Del. 41 speeds commuters into Wilmington. Dining and shopping options in Pike Creek are a short hop down Del. 7. You share the same solid Red Clay schools with Greenville residents.
School District: Red Clay
Taxes: 2.5071
Median home cost: $345,800
Commute: 30
Safety: 4-4
Arts and culture: 3
Shopping and dining: 3
Nightlife: 1

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