Considered one of the most majestic structures overlooking the Maine Sea Coast, the original Ocean House, a well-known hotel facing York Beach Harbor, had a grandeur all its own. After having been destroyed by fire, this once proud 19th Century landmark has been entirely rebuilt from the foundation up, not only to recreate its former splendor, but to add to it in ways sympathetic to its architectural massing and detail. Today it is the largest wood-frame building in the United States.The new structure now contains forty-three luxury resort condominiums, all with a spectacular ocean view across Short Sands Beach. A health club and an indoor pool (with a glass roof that can open in warm, sunny weather) provides the residents with year-round amenities. Complementing the main building are twenty-three townhouse condominiums forming a self-contained community behind the Ocean House. Interlaced with picturesque footpaths and indigenous landscaping, these townhouses create their own charming New England environment.