Coastal York County is an absolute gem of Maine, boasting cute villages, great food, craft beer, beaches, attractions, and views. The region has always been a very tourist-friendly area, and includes a famous Washington, D.C. family. It's also a region that's close enough to Boston or Portland to commute, which makes it all the more appealing.

There's no question that Coastal York County is an area spewing with demand. And, like anywhere else, supply hasn't be able to keep up. However, sometimes an oasis arrives in the middle of the desert. And sometimes that oasis is calling for you.

Set back in a beautiful wooded area of York, Maine, is an extraordinarily unique modern home. Found on Fox Meadow Lane, the three-acre property has a great level of privacy while being just minutes away from amenities, beaches, and easy access to Boston and Portland.

The home is just over 1800 square feet and comes with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The house features an open concept, state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, oversized island, woodstove, wired railings, downstairs master bedroom, a wealth of natural light, radiant heating, whole house generator, double level deck, rock walls, and even a direct gas line for an outdoor grill.

And as for the design itself, it's very slick. The ultra-modern home is simply loaded with impeccable design and character. This is a true find, especially for those who love the modern style.

The asking price for this incredible find is $899,000. The listing agent is Aubrie Hall from Coldwell Banker Yorke Realty. You can find out more information here.

You can see images of this stunning home below.

Private Modern Home For Sale in York

Looking for modern luxury in Southern Maine? Look no further than this stunning property. The 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath fits the description nicely.

The asking price for this incredible find is $899,000. The listing agent is Aubrie Hall from Coldwell Banker Yorke Realty. You can find out more information here.

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