Fantasy Fridays: Gorgeous Renovation of Maine’s Historic Cliff House Resort

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irst opened to the public in 1872, Cliff House has been welcoming guests to the scenic shores of Ogunquit, Maine, for generations. Over the years there have been substantialrenovations and additions to the resort, which during World War II served as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers radar station that searched the waters for Nazi U-boats. Most recently, the property closed in October 2015 to undergo a dramatic transformation headed by design firms TruexCullins and Cooper Carry. The updated resort will open this July, butArchitectural Digest gets a first look at the metamorphosis. READ MORE

Via Architectural Digest

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