gorgeous home on bold oceanfront

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York, ME 03902



Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps 6
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Home
Description of the York vacation home rental
Gorgeous oceanfront home located in the Cape Neddick neighborhood of York, Maine. The home is minutes from the quaint villages of York and Ogunquit, and the historic villages of Kennebunkport and Portsmouth, NH are in close proximity. This home is located at the end of a gravel road, directly atop the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, and steps from a private rocky beach. The kitchen and dining rooms overlook a peaceful pond with resident beavers and cranes. Every convenience is provided whether you want to create a gourmet meal, or just boil a lobster. Fabulous views of the ocean can be had from oversized picture windows. Guests are able to watch the lobstermen pull their traps, watch the yachts go by, and relax while watching the crashing surf on the rocks below. The sunsets and sunrises over both Nubble and Boon Island lights are spectacular. Ocean breezes freshen and cool, and sleeping is especially wonderful as the nights are typically cool and the days warm yet cooler than nearby inland areas. Taking that evening walk or early morning run is both safe and beautiful. Private, yet close to the myriad of activities available in the area, this is as close to paradise as it gets.

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Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Things to do in the area abound and include:
dining ranging from casual lobster pounds to five star gourmet restaurants, shopping ranging from quaint shops to outlet malls, movie going, visiting historic sites, having fun at Yorks Wild Kingdom, whale watching, sailing, kayaking, visiting nearby Short Sands, Long Sands, and Ogunquit beaches, fishing from shore and boat, antiquing, biking, hiking, walking, jogging, relaxing at bandstand concerts, horse riding, discovering farmers markets, exploring craft fairs, eating at lobster bakes, attending museums, golfing at one of a number of courses, playing at playgrounds, sightseeing, walking the marginal way, touring period houses, enjoying summer theater, day tripping to Boston, Lexington and Concord, L.L. Bean, Portland Head Light, Two Lights, and of course, watching the tide roll in.
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