Thoughts of New England conjure images of fresh lobster, quaint seaside towns, lots of long sandy beaches to explore, trails to hike and a warm cozy fire at the end of the day. The southern Maine coast region is made up of eight charming towns and the first 30 miles have 90 percent of the state’s beautiful beaches. The town of York is located in this area and is where a 1920’s era English Country-style beachfront estate will be going to auction.
Sited on 3.4 acres of pristine Atlantic beachfront, the home underwent an expansion and updating in 1999. The home now includes 12,132 square feet with eighteen rooms, six bedrooms, eleven baths, six fireplaces, three kitchens and two pools. Also included is a media room, billiards room and private Jacuzzi room with hot tub for eight. The wine cellar is climate-controlled and has Indian slate floors. There is also a guest suite with its own kitchen, a pool house with kitchen and a sunroom that opens to the pool terrace through French doors. Outside is an outdoor kitchen near the pool, tennis courts and walking paths to the Atlantic Ocean and Godfrey’s Pond. A special treat is watching the Boon Island Lighthouse, one of the world’s most photographed lighthouses, offshore while enjoying the evening breeze.
1920 English Country estate on 3.4 acres, ocean views going to auction on April 10th. For more information visit www.albertburney.com.