The Antrim Maintenance Corporation is a mandatory membership
organization established for the maintenance estate (open
spaces). It is a volunteer run, non-profit organization that
maintains the community by-laws and financial solvency, by
determining the yearly fees for community expenses.
The community of Antrim is located in Bear, Delaware, just north
of the C&D Canal in full view of the Route 1 bridge. Antrim is a
deed restricted community comprised of 99 single family homes
and 39 acres of open space.
A quiet, refined neighborhood with homes situated on a minimum
3/4 acres, gives it the feel of being in the country. Spacious luxury
allows for star gazing in the evenings and watching the lights of
the beautiful Route 1 bridge. The homes were built in 2002-2007
by either Anderson Homes or Ryan Homes.
These web pages are intended to provide information regarding
issues of deed restrictions, architectural review, and matters
pertaining to the open spaces. We hope you find these page
Our Antrim Neighborhood
Welcome to the home page for the
Antrim Maintenance Corporation,
located in Bear, Delaware.
|Please direct all corrections, comments, suggestions or questions to Suggestions
|This web site was last updated 04/16/14
ANTRIM IS A DEED RESTRICTED COMMUNITY!
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|April 10, 2014
2014 Annual Assessment Invoices were distributed (thank you
Therese and Pauly). Payment is due in full on or before May
15, 2014. If you need a copy of the invoice, please select this
February 5, 2014
Paper ballots are not being distributed. Please vote online or
select the link below or on the Vote2014 page to print your
own paper ballot.
January 27, 2014
Please take a few minutes to vote for the 2014 Operating
Budget and the 2014 Board Members by visiting the Vote2014
web page. Vote online or print out the 2014 Ballot to
complete and submit. Please do not delay, voting ends
January 7, 2014
Another year has passed and our community has seen some
improvements along the way. Landscaping improvements
including the planting of shrubs along the Route 1 berm,
recently completed and long over due road repairs (though
many more are still on DelDOT's To-Do-List) and the recent
completion of the two community entrance signs. After years
of discussion, our Sign Committee was able to make this
much needed and desired improvement a reality. Special
thanks to Dayna, Sylvia, Linda and Tom (see Board page for
their full names).
It is that time of year again where voting must be completed
for the 2014 Operating Budget (as discussed at the October
Annual Meeting) and members of the 2014 Board. As we've
done in past years, you will receive paper ballots as well as a
notice about on-line voting (preferred method). Please
complete this without delay.
October 24, 2013
Annual Community Meeting - Monday 10/28 at 7 pm at
Troop 2 on US Route 40 in Glasgow. For directions, go to the
Meetings page. Topics of discussion will be the 2014
operation budget, community events and information, entrance
signs, the need for Board officers, Committee members, etc.
Please plan to attend.
October 23, 2013
October 2013 newsletter is available on the Meetings page or
by selection This Link.
March 3, 2013
Community Volunteer Day - April 27th - Please join us from
8-11. Select this link (Volunteer Day) for more info.
February 16, 2013
Colonial School District Referendum Vote - 02/28 - Select this
link for more information - Referendum.
|Annual Assessment is Due|
by May 15, 2014
See Community News to right.