Ocean Views - Walk to the Beaches, NOW Booking Spring and Summer of 2018.
Welcome to our very spacious, year-round home on the 'Nubble' in York Beach, Maine. Located in between the famous Nubble lighthouse and beautiful Short Sands Beach, both just a short walk. You can relax during the day at the beach and experience cool ocean breezes in the evening overlooking the ocean on the deck. Our large corner lot provides plenty of space for families to enjoy outside activities. This beautifully decorated home features a large, bright, and airy master suite with king-sized bed, large closet and 3/4 bath. There are also two additional bedrooms, each with queen-sized beds, one on the main floor for easy access. You will find a spacious, fully-equipped kitchen with dining area. This house features a large 3/4 bath (walk in shower) with washer/dryer on the first floor and a full bath on the second floor.
After a long day at the beach, relax in the large second floor loft or on the rocking chairs on the upper deck looking out over the ocean. A short walk will take you to Brown's Ice Cream, which you can enjoy while continuing on to the Nubble Lighthouse and then on to Long Sands Beach. Or you can stroll along the boardwalk on Short Sands Beach and on to downtown. Children will have lots of fun exploring the tidal pools or playing at the playground. After a day at the beach, you can dine at one of many restaurants and then take in a FREE concert at the Ellis Park Pavilion, walk the boardwalk or have fun at the arcade, amusement park, or zoo.
Our coastal Maine community is conveniently located one hour from Boston, Manchester, and Portland airports. Historic Old York and Perkins Cove are a short drive. In 20 minutes or less, you can visit the Kittery Outlets, Historic Portsmouth, the Ogunquit Playhouse, take in whale watching, fishing, and boating trips, and visit many restaurants and shops.
Other Activities: Shore Fishing, Whale Watching, Deep Sea Fishing, Boating, Water Slide Parks, Swimming, Outdoor Concerts, Fireworks, Seasonal Festivals, State Parks.