Preserve on the
A prestigious neighborhood on the
river in Historic Milton
was an active partner in the design
and development of Milton,
Delaware’s finest new neighborhood,
PRESERVE on the BROADKILL. Libby and
husband, Bob Blayney, along with
partners, Milton and Barbara Carrow,
created a distinctive
overlooking the Broadkill River
featuring brick walkways leading to
the historic downtown river walks.
Libby also designed the Carrow’s new
home in PRESERVE on the BROADKILL,
working closely with them to see the
project through to the final
landscaping and finishing details.
ZANDO Designs was asked by
the Town of Milton to create a
design for the new “Mill Park”
municipal park which will feature a
future life-sized seated statue of
the poet John Milton. Libby designed
a pedestrian friendly park featuring
arbors shading benches along well
traveled brick pathways overlooking
a spectacular water view and fishing
pier area. The park grounds feature
many native flowering trees and
fragrant plantings. Strolling and
relaxing pedestrians can enjoy the
poetic view, as they sit, picnic or
meet with friends in this lovely new
…every day we sit and admire
our home. Thank you for your
tenacity in helping us
realize our dream. We have
enjoyed your friendship and
love that you wanted it to
be special for us."
Bob Zando Blayney
Bob has been active in residential and commercial sales and renovations for the past 25 years. Bob’s real estate career was a logical outgrowth of 20 years specializing in residential and commercial market studies for Westinghouse, Boise-Cascade and the World Bank while living in D.C.
He was also an active partner in a successful re-development firm, Blayney, Bowers & Thomas. Bob served two terms on the Milton Town Council, has been a member of the Economic Development Committee for 10 years and was a founding Board Member of the Milton Theatre. Bob and his wife Libby Zando moved from Washington, D.C. to Lewes in 1978 and then to Milton in 1988.
In 2000 Bob & Libby, along with another couple in Milton, developed a unique neighborhood on the Broadkill River. They set-aside 7 acres of wetlands and woods, named Preserve on the Broadkill. The neighborhood created one of the finest neighborhoods just a short walk from Milton’s Historic District, Parks, Boat Slips, Library, Theatre, Restaurants and Shops and has attracted new residents from a number of metropolitan areas.
Bob would be pleased to introduce you to the Beach Communities that he has actively supported as well as buy or sell a property of yours, anywhere in Delaware.
"BOB REALLY KNOWS MILTON, LEWES and THE ENTIRE COASTAL MARKET"
Bob Zando Blayney
Anthony Patrick Real Estate
Direct: (302) 841-8348
Office: (302) 864-8079