Centerville Delaware Welcome SignThe Village of Centreville was founded in 1750 and spreads out on 14 square miles of rolling hills and country beauty. On the northern-most edge of Delaware, the center of Centreville is right on Route 52, in a part of the state colloquially known as "CHATEAU COUNTRY."

Centreville is a National Historic District and has 15 structures on the National Register of Historic Places. Best known for being the location of many DUPONT FAMILY estates, Centreville brings a quiet, small-town charm to its great antiques, unique shopping, fine dining, and historic homes.