Baltimore Location
E-mail for more information.


Sermas Furnished Apartments are found in two Victorian neighborhoods near downtown Wilmington, Delaware.

Trolley Square
Located off I-95, the historic village of Trolley Square is Wilmington's premier district for specialty shops, art galleries, dining establishments and general services.

This charming Victorian neighborhood, less than a mile from downtown Wilmington, is especially popular with those who love to walk to local shops and restaurants and enjoy active, urbane lifestyles.

Both the Trolley Square and Cool Spring locations of Sermas Furnished Apartments offer:

  • Walking distance to downtown Wilmington
  • Authentic Victorian architecture
  • Shopping within walking distance
  • Off-street parking
  • Public transportation one-half block away
  • Walking, biking, birding, running and canoeing in Brandywine and Rockford parks
  • Outlet shopping at First USA Riverfront
  • Proximity to first-class entertainment centers and museums
  • Easy accessibility to employment sites and centers
Cool Spring/Tilton

The Cool Spring/Tilton Historic District, a Victorian neighborhood located off I-95 on the west side of Wilmington is loosely bounded by Pennsylvania Ave. and running toward Little Italy from N, Jackson St. It encompasses Cool Spring Park, Little Italy with its many ethic restaurants, two private girls’ schools, Ursuline and Padua Academies. Also, St Anthony Catholic Church and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church with their very popular annual Festivals. It is a diverse community of artists, musicians as well as craftsmen, all of whom are within easy walking distance to downtown Wilmington.

A mainstay of the community is St. Francis Hospital, a renowned full-service medical provider.

Cool Spring/Tilton area was named for the many springs in the area and for the nearby home of Caesar Rodney, a member of Congress and United States Attorney General in the administration of Thomas Jefferson. He was also the first to sign the Declaration of Independence. One also finds the majestic University and Whist Club which is the former home of Dr. John James Tilton, the first Army Surgeon General of the United States. In 1983, the district was formally listed in the National Register of Historic Places. At present there are over 100 Queen Anne homes registered.

Cool Spring/Tilton area is located next to Trolley Square separated by Pennsylvania Ave.