One of the original homes in York Cliffs, the Sarah Day House is a classic example of Maine coastal architecture. Originally built in 1898 and totally renovated in 2001, it presides over one-and-half acres high above the ocean, with spectacular views from most of its rooms. The formal living room, dining room, octagonal family room and master bedroom are enhanced by fireplaces. A 36' sunroom and adjacent mahogany deck provide a seamless transition to the outdoors. Enjoying a prestigious location, grand scale, and mesmerizing views, this is a rare offering.