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Central Maine Land for Sale

M10L42 Troy Center Road Dixmont ME 04932
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MLS Number 1489663

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 83.7

If you are searching for a large acreage tract of land in Maine for building a home, cabin, or just for outdoor recreation such as hunting and other pastimes, come see this property in Dixmont today. Location is key to this property. It is in the country but is just 10 minutes from I-95, 30 minutes from Bangor International Airport and 208 miles from Boston. You can have a rural property that does not take days to get to. The topography of this property is rolling and sloping with elevations on site from 420 to 530 feet above sea level. The property has had a recent timber harvest about 3 years ago. New tree growth on the lot is attracting all sorts of game from whitetail deer to ruffed grouse. The soils are moderately drained on the site and consist mostly of silt loams. About 1,000 feet frontage along Troy Center Road comes with the property and is in two sections. This makes dividing the property for future resale or gifting to family easier. There is electricity available along the road and this is a town-maintained year-round accessible street. An interior logging road and trails provide access to the interior of the land. Dixmont is in Penobscot County and borders Waldo County. The population of Dixmont is about 1,100. The landscape of this rural town is mostly rolling forested hills dotted with small farms. If you like boating and fishing nearby Plymouth Pond is just 4 miles away and large Sebasticook Lake is a few miles more. The coast of Maine is just about 30 minutes’ drive to the town of Belfast. Shopping is nearby in Newport about 15 minutes from the land and Bangor is a half hour. Is it time to build that new home? Call today to get more information on this affordable central Maine land.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 7 + 17 Off Granite Rock Circle Surry ME 04684
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MLS Number 1487383

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 26.5

2 Lots for sale in Surry, Maine. 26.5+/- acres of forested land. Private road access. Near Blue Hill and Ellsworth.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Affordable Maine Land For Sale

Lot 6-3 Brimstone Road Lagrange ME 04453
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MLS Number 1486820

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 23

Looking for a getaway spot that will not break the bank. Here is 23 +/- acres of Maine forestland with an interior road, power at the street and some nice oak trees for $29,900. The property is located off a gravel town road in LaGrange, Maine. The property has 33 +/- feet of frontage on the town road, with a private access road built into the property for approximately ¼ mile. From the town road the land rises steadily and plateaus at about 450 feet of elevation near the center of the land. Driving into the property you come through some red oak and other hardwoods for the first half of the land, then the land becomes mostly softwoods with hemlock and some pine. This property is all timberland, is not in the tree growth current use tax and the taxes are still less than $500 per year. Several good building sites are available along the interior road. This would be a great place to build a cabin for your place to escape the rest of the world. This property is in a good location for hunting and fishing the nearby rivers and lakes. It is less than ½ hour to both Sebec and Schoodic Lake boat landings from the property. ATV and snowmobile riders will appreciate the amazing multi-use trail just two miles from the land. Bangor International Airport and all the other attractions available in this friendly city are just 37 minutes away. The town of LaGrange is located on the western boundary of Penobscot County. Population is just over 700. You can enjoy all the solitude of rural living here yet are close to a lot of other adventures. Call today for more information.

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Maine Timber & Recreation Land for Sale

Lot 10C Crystal Brook Road Patten ME 04765
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MLS Number 1486646

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  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 43

43 +/- acres of well wooded timberland for sale in the northern Penobscot County town of Patten. Located nearby Baxter State Park and Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument. The land is all wooded with some signs of old farmland including several apple trees. Tree species on the land include spruce, fir, pine, maple, birch, aspen, cedar, and others. This property is well wooded, and a timber harvest could/should be done now. It is in the current use tax program for Tree Growth. This property has a gentle slope from west to east with a change in elevation from 710 to 610 +/- FASL. NRCS soil mapping indicates that about 90% of the land is Thorndike, Dixmont or Howland gravelly and silt loams, all are good for growing everything from trees to potatoes. These soil types combined with a relatively gentle slope could be converted to fields for your new homestead in Maine. Access to the property is over the Crystal Brook Road from Route 11. This is a discontinued road and is not plowed or maintained by the municipality. There is a groomed trail system running north/south through the eastern third of the land for both ATV and snowmobile. For the hunter, this land is very promising with good sign of whitetail deer, moose, hare, turkey and ruffed grouse. Food plot construction would do well on this property. The village of Patten is just 2 ½ miles south of the property on Route 11. This small town has a decent grocery store, a health clinic, hardware and building supplies, a few restaurants, and other shops. The Patten Lumbermen’s Museum houses some of Maine’s contributions to the early mechanization of logging, including the Lombard Steam Hauler, Lombard Gas Hauler, and the Peavey Cant Dog. From the property it is just 26 miles to the northern entrance of Baxter State Park. The park is 209,000 acres and includes Mount Katahdin, dozens of trout ponds, miles of easy to extreme hiking trails, and many primitive campsites. The adjoining Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument adds another 80,000+ thousand acres of wilderness to explore. Patten is in northern Penobscot County, has a population of about 1,000 and is located 90 miles from Bangor, the nearest city. Houlton is about 35 miles from the land and is the southern seat of Aroostook County. All this recreation from hiking, hunting, fishing, riding, biking and more all easily reached from I-95 make this the perfect place to settle or retire to. This could be a great spot to run a business that caters to outdoor adventure travelers. There are many possibilities. Call today for an appointment to visit this property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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High Quality Land For Sale Maine

769 Limestone Road Fort Fairfield ME 04742
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MLS Number 1484600

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  • Address 769 Limestone Road
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 45

Not all land is created equal. These Fort Fairfield, Maine acres are exceptional. Featuring a private rural location, paved road frontage, utility power and communications roadside, trout stream frontage plus high-quality soils. These features add up to one great piece of ground! LAND FEATURES The 45 +/- acres of timbered land was once working farmland which has been reclaimed by the forest. This site would be a great place for a new home, cabin, or homestead location. A thinning timber harvest in 2015 has left an uneven aged forest with some great habitat established for wildlife. The benefit of this residual stand of spruce, fir, larch, and mixed hardwoods are a banked source of building materials, income, and heating. NRCS soil mapping of this property indicates that nearly every acre is usable for some farming application. Mapping shows about 70% of the land to be Stetson gravelly loam. Of course, with soils this good, trees will grow better here than in most locations. Access is key to this property with 1,300 +/- feet of paved year-round accessible road frontage on Limestone Road and a driveway near the center of the frontage. You can choose to build near the road or extend the driveway further into the land for more remote privacy. Both electric power and communication lines are along the road frontage. The lightly rolling property has elevations that range from 450 to 480 +/- FASL. WATER FEATURES Coloney Brook forms the southern boundary of the land for approximately 2,600 feet. This is the headwaters of Limestone Stream and the Aroostook River. The small brook is home to wild native eastern brook trout. The stream flows from west to east across the property. Other nearby waters of significance are Nadeau Lake located about ⅓ mile from the property. This former limestone mine has become a local fishery for brook trout with an acclaimed reclamation project by the Maine IFW. An improved boat landing makes access to the pond very convenient. FORT FAIRFIELD This friendly town of 3,200 people has a lot of history. Fort Fairfield was the location of the Aroostook War between the United States and Great Britain in the late 1830’s. The block house museum on the Main Street in Fort Fairfield tells the story. Across from the block house museum is the town library, a grand building built in 1913 with a $10,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. The town is home to the annual Potato Blossom Festival with 8 days of events. AROOSTOOK COUNTY Known in Maine as simply “The County”, this is an area larger than most New England States. Because of the quality of soils in the region, this is Maine’s biggest farming community. Views of fertile fields backdropped by rolling hills and mountains make this one of the state’s most scenic places. IS IT WORTH IT? If you don’t care about a good location, soils, waterfront, community and access then you can find cheaper land. If you plan to invest your valuable time and hard-earned money to build a new home or cabin, the land is your foundation. Don’t make the mistake of purchasing the wrong ground. Call today for more information.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Land for Homesteading-Hunting-Hideaway

2-35 Wilder Davis Road Bradford ME 04410
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MLS Number 1482690

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  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 140

These 140 +/- acres of forest land located on Wilder Davis Road in Bradford, Maine would be good for off grid homesteading, recreational hunting land, or just a great place to escape to from the busy world. The land consists of softwood and mixed wood upland forest land and wetlands. Upland areas of this property have good soil for growing trees and have potential to convert to grazing lands. The wetlands provide a diverse habitat for wildlife from beaver and otters to ducks and geese. Whitetail deer hunting in this area is particularly good. This property contains the headwaters of Logan Brook, a tributary of the Penobscot River. The brook is a small stream with a series of beaver ponds along its course. Ducks, wading birds, some wild brook trout and more can be found along this remote brook. The forester managing this property prescribed a harvest to thin out overstocked and dying balsam fir and that was completed in February of 2021. The residual stand of mixed and softwood timber types should do well in the coming years and the new shoots will hold game animals in the area. This property is in the tree growth tax program keeping the taxes affordable for the future owner. The property is located near the end of the Wilder Davis Road and abuts 160 +/- acres of land owned by the town of Bradford. This is one of the more remote parts of Bradford where your privacy is insured. The town of Bradford is in Penobscot County about 25 miles northwest of the city of Bangor. Population is about 1,290. Bradford geography is active and old farmland with large areas of undeveloped forest. The town has a historic library, a local store with everything from groceries to a lunch counter. Penobscot County is in the heart of the state of Maine and occupies 3,550 +/- square miles and has a population of about 152,000, with most people living in Bangor, Brewer and the towns surrounding these two cities. If you are searching for a large tract of affordable land with more wildlife than people, call today to see this property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Off Grid Cabin with 86 Acres

554 Stickney Hill Road Brownville ME 04414
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MLS Number 1481770

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Rooms 2

Are you searching for a cabin in the Maine woods with a mountain view? Does it need to be less than $100,000? This might be your new place! This small off grid cabin has 86 +/- acres with great views, solar power and direct access to both snowmobile and ATV trails. A PRIMITIVE CABIN - This is not a palace, just a small two room cabin that will get you out of the weather. No need to invest tens of thousands of dollars in a cabin and have the tax man crush you, spend your money on a new ATV or snowmobile to enjoy the trail system. There is a NICE outhouse. Put in a new septic if you want a flush toilet or maybe a composting unit? The cabin is hooked up to 800 watts of solar panels with inverter and batteries for power need. LOTS OF LAND & PRIVACY - The cabin sets on 86 +/- acres of off grid land. It has been recently timber harvested and the harvest revealed a mountain view. NRCS mapping shows all of this area to be Plaisted-Howland-Penquis association soils. The slopes at this site would discourage intensive farming, however, this is great soil for growing trees and in the lesser slopes planting timothy, alfalfa, clover or corn for wildlife should do well here. Pull the stumps from this area and plant some quality food plot for the game animals in the area. Around the cabin are a few highly productive apple trees and a garden plot. The balance of the property is mixed wood forest land. The elevations of the site are from 600 to 750 feet with the cabin located near the height of land. OUTDOOR RECREATION PARADISE - Brownville is situated in the southeastern part of Piscataquis County and has a population of approximately 1,230. This region is well known for its rich hunting and fishing heritage. The early settlers here were given 50 acre tracts to farm and many supplemented their diet with the wild game and fish from the lakes and rivers. Today the outdoor enthusiast has access to ATV and snowmobile trails, excellent hunting for upland birds, whitetail deer and black bear. Those who love hiking and cross country skiing will find various challenges on the trails in Katahdin Iron Works, the nearby 100 mile woods section of the Appalachian Trail, and the not too distant Baxter State Park. Two massive nearby freshwater lakes, Schoodic and Sebec, are a dream for both those who love to boat and fish. Moosehead Lake is an hour drive, the Pleasant River runs through Brownville, we could go on but you get the picture. Don’t wait on this one, mountain view cabins with land are a hot commodity in Maine. Come see this one today!

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Waterfront Land in Penobscot County

L8-20 Howland Road Lagrange ME 04453
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MLS Number 1479965

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  • Address L8-20 Howland Road
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 31

Looking for affordable waterfront land with year round access? Come see this 31 +/- acre site in LaGrange with stream and pond frontage. The land has 2,000 +/- feet frontage on a paved road with electric roadside. Frontage on Birch Stream and a pond in the stream for about 1,600 +/- feet. Access to a maintained ATV and snowmobile trail right from the land. 40 minutes from Bangor. Owner financing possible for qualified buyers.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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DownEast Maine Land For Sale

Lot 12 Granite Rock Circle Surry ME 04684
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MLS Number 1479571

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  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 10.27

If you have been searching for a place to build your new home, vacation cottage or cabin in the Ellsworth and Blue Hill Region of Maine, check out this 10.27 +/- acre wooded parcel on the corner of Blue Hill Road and Granite Rock Circle in Surry, Maine. The 10.27 +/- acres of timbered land has a survey recorded in the Hancock County Registry of Deeds. With over 1,400 feet of frontage on two roads, your privacy is insured. Electric is on both roads. The land is heavy with softwoods such as white pine, balsam fir and spruce with a scattering of maple trees throughout. The land is restricted to single family homes with covenants to protect your investment value. The location is at the north end of the Blue Hill Peninsula. This is a part of the mid-coast that doesn’t get the tourist traffic like Bar Harbor to the north and Camden to the south. This is a place of small fishing villages, quiet summer cottages, thousands of acres of conserved lands, hiking and biking trails and more. Check out the beach just a few miles from the property at Newbury Neck and while you are over there get a “lobstah” dinner at Perry’s Lobster Shack! Blue Hill with a population of 2,600, is just 6 miles south of the land and has a hospital, grocery store, coastal shops and markets, quality restaurants. Fun things in Blue Hill include the reversing falls at the confluence of a large salt pond and the Atlantic Ocean, a hike up to the top of Blue Hill Mountain to gain an ocean view, a trip to the historic downtown area and paddling kayaks in the sheltered waters of Blue Hill Bay. Eight miles north of Surry is Ellsworth, the county seat of Hancock County. Ellsworth has been one of the fastest growing small cities in Maine over the past 20 years. This is the gateway to Bar Harbor and the major service center for most of northern mid-coast Maine. Not as well-known as Portland and Bangor, this cozy town has some quality restaurants who have access to some of the best seafood supply in the state. There are many boutique shops along with bigger box stores. Come see this property today and become a full or part-time resident of this beautiful part of the Maine coast.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Maine Mountain Cabin For Sale

22 No Road Upper Enchanted Twp ME 04945
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MLS Number 1478409

  • Residential
  • Address 22 No Road
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3

Cabin for sale nestled in the northwestern mountains of Upper Enchanted Township, Maine. The cabin sets on 43± surveyed acres with beautiful hardwoods and softwood trees. The 22 X 32± off grid cabin has 3 bedrooms (2 down, 1 up) and a full bath. Some highlights of this wilderness camp are beautiful pine interior finish, cathedral ceilings in the living space, and a full cabin length covered porch to enjoy the views of Coburn and Bean Brook Mountains. While this cabin may be off grid and remote, you will not be roughing it in Upper Enchanted Township. A drilled well for water, a full septic system, gas heating, combination of generator electric and gas lighting and appliances, plus it comes fully furnished and ready to enjoy. What good is a nice cabin in the woods if it doesn’t have a great piece of land to go with it? You owe it to yourself to see this amazing 43 +/- acres. From the road the lot steadily rises in elevation to the cabin location. At the cabin, the land levels out in front of a dramatic rise of nearly 200 feet of elevation. This geography is natural protection for the cabin from the northwesterly winter winds, yet still enjoys cooling summer breezes. The trees on this land are beautiful. A shelter wood harvest was done a number of years ago on the southerly slope leaving a nice stand of sugar maples. The slope behind the cabin is mostly large spruce until the ridgeline gives way to more maple and other northern hardwoods. Upper Enchanted Township is an unorganized territory in Somerset County. This is a region rich with wild trout ponds, large lakes, remote rivers and babbling mountain brooks while free from crowds of people. Avid hunters will enjoy the quality and diversity of the game in this region. An impressive moose population, some of New England’s largest whitetail deer, black bear and bounteous flocks of ruffed grouse or “PaHtridge” as us Mainers like to call them. Many appreciate this region for its dependable winter snows making for some of the most scenic snowmobiling in the state. The cabin is strategically located a few miles off Route 201and about 15 miles south of the service town of Jackman. Boston is less than 4 ½ hour drive and Quebec City, QC is less than 2 ½ hour drive. If you're looking for an escape to the northern forests in a protected location, this is your spot. Call today before it is gone.

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Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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Maine Lakefront Home Surrounded by Conservation Lands

Lot 5s Eagle Cove Road T40 MD ME 04417
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MLS Number 1473528

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1

Only occasionally does a lakefront property become available on West Lake in Hancock County. You owe it to yourself to check out this new listing in the unorganized territories of Maine. First let's talk about location. Township 40 MD is an unorganized township. This means that property taxes are going to be the lowest you're likely to find in the state of Maine. Do the math on taxes when comparing properties and you will conclude the savings adds real value. T40 MD is nearly all in conservation easement. The adjacent Duck Lake Unit of the Public Reserved Lands and the Nicatous Islands and Conservation Easement combine to conserve from development over 50,000 acres of the forest surrounding West Lake and Nicatous Lake. This effectively will limit the available properties to what is now available. The cabin on the property is a very well-appointed 3-bedroom 1-bath chalet style. An open floor plan allows for much of the home to have lake views. The pine walls and cathedral ceilings instill a feeling of “up to camp” treasured by residents and visitors to vacationland. The cabin has a wrap-around deck with a railing featuring stainless steel cable spacers to meet safety requirements without spoiling the spectacular view of West Lake. This cabin sits on a full concrete foundation. Heating is done by an attractive LP gas stove and wall heater. An on-demand water heater conserves power at this off grid location. Speaking of off-grid, this property comes with 720 watts of solar panels, batteries, inverter and controls along with a new dual fuel generator. Off grid does not have to mean roughing it. You can find other lakefront cabins and homes but we doubt you will find one with a lot that rivals the natural beauty of this 1.14 +/- acre site with over 200 feet of deep-water crystal-clear lakefront. Thankfully, there is not a lot of lawn to mow here so you will have more time to enjoy the water. From the low maintenance perennials, the carefully placed landscape stones to the beautiful and productive wild blueberry bushes this is one pretty spot. West Lake is a 1,344 acres cold water lake. Depths of 70 +/- feet with water quality rated as excellent by the fisheries department of Maine. In a state with water as clean as ours, this lake stands out as one of its best. The target game fish in the lake is the landlocked salmon and occasional trophy sized brook trout. The deep center of this lake is good for boating, sailing and waterskiing. The lake's improved state-maintained boat ramp will allow you to launch any reasonable sized boat. T40 MD is located in northern Hancock County. If you do forget the milk the town of Burlington is about 16 miles from the cabin and has the bare necessities. If you need more services or goods, Lincoln is about 45-minute drive and Bangor 1 hour 15 minutes. Need more information call today.

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Maine Hunting and Recreational Land For Sale

M5L4-2 Medford Road Lagrange ME 04453
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MLS Number 1473524

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  • Address M5L4-2 Medford Road
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 50

This lot has it all: 50A+/- acres in Lagrange, Maine has electricity at the street, frontage on a steam & ponds, good soil, interior trail and easy access to Bangor.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Lincoln Office

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