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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...especially if you are a multi-millionaire.

There's a home that's not only new to the market, but to this world. The property is located right on the banks of the York River, and is just steps from the harbor. It's a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bed masterpiece that's sitting on the most perfect acre of land in York County. It's also only about two years old. The new construction focused heavily on modern and clean features.

The home features an open concept downstairs, state-of-the-art kitchen, spacious bedrooms, huge bathrooms, upstairs laundry room, office, fireplace, stylish covered patio, and some of the best views this side of the York River.

Interested in this luxurious modern marvel? The asking price is $5.95 million. It will be interesting to see if that actually ends up being the selling price.

Anne Erwin from Sothebys International Realty is the listing agent. You can find out more info here. And more pictures can be seen below.

Amazing Modern Home on the Banks of the York River

On the banks of the York River lies this modern masterpiece. The home has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and nearly 3,000 square feet of pristine craftsmanship. The asking price is $5.95 million.

Anne Erwin from Sothebys International Realty is the listing agent. You can find out more info here.

LOOK: Counties With the Lowest Home Prices in Maine

The National Association of REALTORS calculated the fourth quarter 2020 median home values by applying the Federal Housing Finance Agency's House Price Index growth to 2019 housing and population data from the American Community Survey and determining an estimate of 2020 median home values for all counties where data is available. The monthly mortgage payments for fourth-quarter 2019 and fourth quarter 2020 were calculated for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with a 10% down payment.

Keep reading to discover which county in Maine has the lowest home prices.