Throughout the better part of the 20th century, the property now known as Wolf Creek was owned by Willis Case's family.  In the early part of the century, it was a dairy farm and delivered milk to the Dover area.  Midway through the century, standardbred horses were stabled and trained on this site and a produce stand that operated during the growing season sat proudly for many years along State Street allowing the farm to display its production of fine fruits and vegetables.  Entering the 21st century, Mr. & Mrs. Willis Case wanted to continue the legacy of their family and were only interested in allowing the very finest community to be constructed on their land.  After passing up the opportunity to sell to inquiring developers, the Cases selected a local partnership which included Tom Burns, Walt Ellis and Jack Melvin, all of whom have been involved in the creation of fine communities in central Kent County.  The partnership's Wolf Creek plan has allowed the Case's vision to be fulfilled.  Combined with the talents of the developers, this vision has created the most desirable mixed use community in Dover.  We proudly offer this community for the benefit of all the residents of Kent County.





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