York is a town in York County, Maine, United States, near the southern tip of the state. The population in the 2010 census was 12,529. Situated beside the Atlantic Ocean on the Gulf of Maine, York is a well-known summer resort town. It is home to three 18-hole golf clubs, four sandy beaches, and Mount Agamenticus. It includes the villages of York Village, York Harbor, York Beach, and Cape Neddick.
Perhaps you’ve visited the Kennebunks on vacation – maybe even fallen in love with the area and envision moving here. If so, we welcome you! This part of rural small-town Maine isn’t just a wonderful vacation destination, but it’s also home to thousands of year-round residents. Here, you’ll find a strong sense of community wherever you go – whether you join a church, become involved in community organizations, or enroll your children in our outstanding school system, with its new elementary and middle schools and the only International Baccalaureate program in Maine.
- Population: 13,151
- Median Income: $89,962
- Population Density: 229.2
- Median Age: 49 years
Housing Stats 2020
- # of Sold Properties: 287
- Median Sold Price: $520,000
- Median Days on Market: 14
- Price Change over 2019: 10.76%
York School Department receives the largest portion (69%) of the town’s budget. The town of York supports 2,000 students in four schools. Village Elementary School serves grades K-1.
Coastal Ridge Elementary School provides education for grades 2-4. York Middle School serves students in grades 5-8, and York High School serves students in grades 9-12. Adult education is also available to York residents.
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