Don’t let Farmington’s quiet exterior fool you — this is a town full of fascinating stories. From weathering a historic fire in 1914, housing numerous pieces of beautiful and noteworthy architecture (including Alexander Johnson’s gorgeous Greek revival-style house), to serving as the birthplace and boyhood home for the Governor of Delaware, the town formerly known as Flatiron is full of corners to explore and spaces to lose yourself in. Whether you’re an art history geek, a museum lover, or a wanderer who is craving some alone time in nature, you’ll find an idyllic retreat here — and the perfect space to discover your next great story.
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