Once the government center for what is now the State of Maine, York’s rich history is reflected in many of its beautiful homes, as well as the different neighborhoods that rose to prominence in different time periods. The Gilded Age identified York as a tourist destination, with grand homes along the coast of York Harbor and the Nubble. In contrast, the adorable cottages of the workingman’s beach houses encouraged the development of a beach economy with shops, restaurants, and attractions. At 65 square miles, York is also home to the tallest mountain on the coast of Maine, Mount Agamenticus, 2 tidal rivers, 6 lakes, and vast acreage of undeveloped land – an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise!
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