The SeaWatch Condominium

The SeaWatch Condominium was built in 1985 and has 40 condos distributed among 5 floors. Located on Old Orchard Beach, all units were designed to ensure an ocean view. The condo units vary between 1 to 2 bedrooms, and are used to live, vacation, or rent.  Rentals are weekly during the summertime and monthly for long term rentals starting in the Fall.  The building has an indoor pool, and each condo has two parking spaces.
At the SeaWatch you can sip coffee on the balcony while enjoying the incredible ocean view. Spend the days on the beach reading that novel you have been meaning to get to. Go Kayaking, explore local historic forts, shop in Maine's famous 'Old Port', Kennebunkport, L.L.Bean and other Freeport outlets. Get some local lobster and fresh caught seafood for dinner, or dine out in the many fabulous restaurants in the area. End the evenings with a midnight walk on the beach in the moonlight, or check out local dance clubs. Bring your children to the Palace Playland amusement park, which is within walking distance from the condo.
More Things To Do in the Area: The seven-mile long stretch of wide sandy beach is understandably the major attraction. But when visiting Old Orchard Beach there is a full range of things available to see and do in and around the Old Orchard Beach area. Attractions include: Miniature Golf Courses, Canoe and Kayak Tours and Rentals, Ocean Recreation, Lobster Boat Tours, Whale Watches, Deep Sea Fishing, Wild Life Refuge, State Parks, Outdoor Walks, Ice Arena, the Desert of Maine in Freeport, Local Farmers Markets, Roller Skating, Bowling, Smiling Hill Farm, Fitness Centers, Maine Indoor Rock Climbing Gym, Massage Centers, Live Bands, Comedy, Planetarium, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Children's Theater of Maine, Children's Museum, Art, Sporting events like Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Portland Pirates Hockey, Portland Sea Dogs Baseball and Scarborough Downs Harness Racing, Golf, Amusement parks, Lighthouses, and Maine's Famous Microbreweries and wineries. Enjoy fireworks every Thursday night through the summer season.