This Home in Middletown ‘Grew Up’ With the Family. Now It’s for Sale

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The front property of a home for sale in Middletown.
Image via Tony DeCicci with CG Realty, LLC, realtor.com.

 “We fell in love with the Middletown area because it’s so green,” says Tony DeCicci.

He built a home there for himself and his wife, Maria Bucco in the mid-1990s, writes Paul Jablow for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Middletown has been a great place to raise their children and accommodate DeCicci’s mother before she died.

 “The house has grown with us,” he says.

DeCicci is a realtor. Bucco is a physician. They moved from Wynnewood to the 1.7-acre property before their son and daughter was born.

Now the children are grown and the second floor is vacant.

 DeCicci and Bucco have decided to move on, building a new home in Cape May.

And so they’ve put their Middletown house up for sale.

The couple said the home’s spacious 2,754-foot layout was particularly appreciated during the pandemic. 

There is one-floor living on the first floor, including the primary suite, sky-lit cathedral ceilings, tile floors, natural-finish woodwork, and flagstone patios.

First-floor open layout
Dining Room.
Kitchen
Bedroom

Three bedrooms are on the second floor.. 

There have been updates to the roof, siding, doors, kitchen, bath, second-floor carpet, and HVAC system.

A stream runs on the property, which has a winding driveway and perennial plantings.

Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer about this Middletown home for sale.

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