MLS Number 1405743
The 46+-acre wood lot located about 2 miles off of the Owlsboro Rd is a heavily wooded recreational property. The lot was cut approximately 20 years ago and has regrown with a heavy stand of mixed hardwood species. White, grey and yellow birch as well as maple and poplar make up the majority of the stand. Situated directly on an atv and snowmobile trail, the property is well suited for either a recreational cabin location or a long-term firewood lot. The property has very good soils and the trees appear to be growing well.
The parcel sits near the base of Mt Chase and slopes away from the mountain. Panoramic views of the mountain can be had with proper site selection for a cabin. The ATV and snowmobile trail network are accessible right from the property as the trails pass right by the property. The international Appalachian Trail passes through the property.
This is a very nice lot with good access and very nice views. Call today and make it yours.
Mount Chase Area
Mount Chase is a small Maine town of 201 residents. Mount Chase is located 10 miles north of the town of Patten, Maine. The town gets its name from the 2440-foot-tall peak of that name that is part of the Appalachian range. The International Appalachian Trail passes through the area from the Canadian Maritimes to its southern ending in the state of Georgia.
The area is a mixture of dense forested tracts and rich farm soils. The major industries in the area are farming, timber harvesting, and outdoor recreation. Hunting, fishing, hiking, snowmobile and atv trail riding can all be enjoyed here. There are several lodges and guides in the area that make a living helping others enjoy the woods and waters of the area.
A vast ATV and snowmobile trail network passes through Mount Chase with residents and visitors alike enjoying time along the trail with the panoramic views of the area mountain range and deep river valleys. The Katahdin Woods and Waters scenic byway passes through town.
Mount Chase is along the northern entrance to Baxter State Park. It is also located close to the new Katahdin Woods and Water National monument.
Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine