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
Community Information
Our Antrim Neighborhood

Welcome to the home page for the
Antrim Maintenance Corporation,
located in Bear, Delaware.
Community News
Please direct all corrections, comments, suggestions or questions to Suggestions
Thank you!
Maintenance Corporation
This web site was last updated 01/26/2016
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January 15, 2016
After a few weeks of frustration, the voting page is complete,
uploaded to the web site, is active and available for voting for
the 2016 Annual Operating Budget and the 2016 Board
Members.  The cut off for voting is the end of January, so
please don't delay.  It will only take a few minutes to vote, so
select the links to the left or
this link and do it now.  That will
be one more thing that you can check off the To Do List.
Thank you for your time

January 1, 2016
Happy New Year to Everyone!

It's time once again to vote on the Annual Operating Budget
and for Board members for manage the Antrim Maintenance
Corporation for 2016.  Look for the signs at the front of the
community which will notify you of when the voting page is

November 21, 2015
The "Assmts" page has been updated.  Please review and
contact the Board with any questions or comments.  Send
and email to

November 17, 2015
We have a date for the Annual Community Meeting -
November 23rd, starting promptly at 7 pm at Troop 2 on Route
40.  See the
Meetings page for directions to Troop 2.  

Everyone is encouraged to attend this meeting to meet other
members of the community, the Board and committee
members and to be a part of the budget process as well as
voting for Board members.  

Now that I've mentioned Board and committee members, we
really do need some new members of the community to
become involved in the operation of the community.  We have
open Board positions this year and can always make room for
a new committee member on any of the committees.  For
more information, please see the
Board page or forward an
email to  We hope to see you on

January 20, 2015
Please take is time to vote for your 2015 Board Members and
Annual Operating Budget by selecting
this link.  The
opportunity to vote ends on Saturday, January 31st. Please
vote without delay.

Please note: We are Going Green again this year, so paper
ballot will not be distributed. Vote on-line or by downloading
and printing the ballot.

October 29, 2014
The Annual Meeting is tomorrow.  Anyone interested in
volunteering for a Board position or becoming involved with any
of the committees, please come to the meeting and let us
know that you want to volunteer.  With recent vacancies, we
can certainly use your help.  To be a considered for a Board
position, your name must be on the ballot.

October 1, 2014
The Annual Community Meeting has been confirmed for
October 30th at 7:00.  See the
Meeting page for more

September 30, 2014
Annual meeting tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, October
7th.  Please check back for confirmation or an adjustment to
the date by October 3rd.