Built in 1890, this historic remodeled, charming vacation home is steps from York Harbor Beach and the Harbor. You simply can't stay closer to the beach. Enjoy views of the ocean from the new large second floor deck and from most rooms of this second and third floor condominium. There is plenty of space for 9 people with 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, family room, and kitchen. There is also a new, large second floor deck with views of the water. New kitchen. In addition to the living and sleeping space on the second and third floors of the house, there is also a large storage area on the first floor with street access that is handy for storing beach gear and bikes.
The location simply can't be beat!! It takes less than one minute to walk down the hill to the beach or harbor. Wander down the cliff walk with its spectacular views of the ocean. The Wiggly Bridge is a short walk away, providing a lovely walk through the Steadman Woods. End your day with a family dinner at home or at one of the many nearby restaurants, many within walking distance.
York is a popular beach community with history, charm and accessibility. First settled in 1624 and the first incorporated city in America, the area offers a myriad of fun things to do including relaxing on the beach, fishing, sightseeing and shopping. It is home to the John Hancock Wharf and Mark Twain's summer home and is an area which still has architectural examples from the gilded age, particularly the shingle style.
There is much to do including fishing, kayaking, boating, biking, golfing, & dining in York and the surrounding communities of Kittery, Cape Neddick, Ogunquit or Portsmouth, NH. The area is known for summer theater, concerts, and the many activities in York Beach including 10 pin bowling, miniature golf, and salt water taffy and homemade ice cream . There are local forts, lighthouses. And historic homes. Rain or shine, there is an endless array of things to do.