Aspendale, near Kenton, Delaware, is a house and small plantation that has survived intact since the late 18th century. At least at the time of its landmarking in 1970, it was one of few houses built before 1800 that was continuously owned by the same family. It consists of a small 2 story brick house and various outbuildings.
It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970.,
It is located on Delaware Route 300, 1 mile west of Kenton.