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North Maine Woods Kingdom Parcel

Lot 1.1 Rocky Brook Road T13 R8 WELS ME 04739

MLS Number 1516368

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 3669

Why shouldn’t your retreat property also be an investment property? Get the best of both worlds in these 3,669± acres of timberland located in a remote region of the Maine North Woods. Two potential ROIs from this property include the current and future timber and the opportunity to divide and sell some HBU waterfrontage and recreational land. This is rare to find in the North Maine Woods. A 2020 timber inventory is available, call or email for details. LAND DETAILS - The property is nearly rectangular in shape making management easy. This is a rolling parcel with some impressive hills with a lot of early successional hardwoods. It is truly an upland bird paradise. Elevations on site vary from just over 700 feet near the Fish River to 1,080 FASL on North Ridge and 1,240 FASL atop Freeman Ridge. There are vista views for miles from these hillsides. According to the NRCS soil survey the soils of this area consists of Telos-Chesuncook-Ragmuff association and other related glacial tills good for forestry and wildlife. The tree species on this parcel are dominated by the coniferous spruce, fir and cedars and deciduous yellow birch and hard maple. The property fronts along Rocky Brook Road for more than 2 miles. Carr Pond Road intersects the land near the center of the parcel providing another 1 ½ miles of interior road. Unnamed spur roads leading off both Rocky Brook and Carr Pond Roads add an additional 10 miles of interior road system. WATER FEATURES – An estimated 17,000 feet of water frontage includes Fish River, Clayton Stream, Mud Pond Stream, an unnamed pond and an unnamed brook. The frontage along the Fish River makes up the largest percentage of waterfront on the property. It forms the western boundary of the land. The 69-mile-long river forms up on this property and flows northerly through Fish River Lake, Portage Lake and St Froid Lake before it joins up with the St. John River in Fort Kent, Maine. WILDLIFE – The North Maine Woods is probably best known for its abundance of moose. This is one place in the lower 48 where this largest of the world’s deer can be seen on a daily basis. Upland bird hunters know that this is also one of the best areas in the country for ruffed grouse hunting. Whitetail deer are not plentiful, but this remote region is home to the biggest bucks in the northeast. Test your hunting skills tracking a monster buck in the NMW. The NMW is home to the best wild brook trout waters in the US. Trophy square tails are caught here every year. Black bear, pine martin, fisher, fox and more of Maine’s wildlife thrive here as well. ACCESS & LOCATION – T13 R8 WELS is located in a remote region in Aroostook County Maine. This is an unorganized township with few services and low taxes. The road system is used by license with North Maine Woods Incorporated. This organization cooperates with landowners to control access to 3.5 million acres of northwest Maine. Within this area is both the Allagash Wilderness Waterway and the St. John River System. The property is located 17 miles west of the nearest public road in Portage Lake. It is 45 miles to the nearest city of Presque Isle which is also the closest commercial airport. Boston Massachusetts is located 395 miles south.

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Mountain Lodge on 657± Acres

125 Big Pine Drive Brownville ME 04414

Brownville, ME125 Big Pine Drive

Price$1,990,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1529658

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 10
  • Full Bath 9
  • Bedrooms 12
  • Half Baths 1

Mountain Lodge on 657 +/- Acres Is it time to escape that corporate job to a more satisfying lifestyle? Let’s take a look at this mountain view lodge on 657 +/- acres of land in the heart of Maine’s outdoor recreation region. The property is currently used by Grove Hill Outfitters for a red deer farm, high fence hunting game preserve, free range guided bear, moose and whitetail hunts, Airbnb rental and event venue. Is this your family retreat or your new occupation? THE LODGE & HUNTERS CABIN – Situated on a hillside, this 4,800 +/- square foot lodge has 10 bedrooms and 7 full bathrooms and 1 half bath, along with a 2-bedroom 2-bath cabin. The property can comfortably accommodate 50+ guests. The focal point of the lodge is the open great room which includes a kitchen, dining area and living room nestled around a stone fireplace. A wall of windows reveals incredible views of a private stocked trout pond in the foreground framed by nearby Appalachian Mountains in the background. Floor one of the lodge has eight bedrooms. Six bedrooms are centrally located in the building along with three full baths and laundry area servicing these bedrooms. This is a perfect floor plan for housing guests and efficiency in housekeeping. The remaining two ensuite bedrooms on the first floor are located in the back of the building along with a second eat in kitchen, living room, an additional half bath, laundry area, wood stove and a screened porch. The second floor of the lodge has two spacious bedrooms and two full baths. A lounge/sitting area overlooks the great room with views of the mountains. The mechanical room for heating and water is also on the second floor. The hunters cabin located next to the lodge has two bedrooms, two full baths, open kitchen/living/dining area and a deck with the same mountain views the lodge has. This cabin is used for overflow of lodge guests and Airbnb rental. BARNS & OUTBUILDINGS – Multiple buildings, accessory structures and equipment are part of the sale. These include two 55 X 160-foot barns, a detached two car garage, two 40-foot storage containers, a walk-in cooler, 1,400 square foot deer handling and sorting facility, grain storage, onsite fuel tank, and a remote cabin. QUALITY LAND & WATER FEATURES – If you are going to have a great hunting or getaway property you need to have lots of good land. This property has 657 +/- acres of diverse mixed wood forest land. The elevations range from 380 to over 540 feet above sea level. The soils on the property are also quite diverse from sandy loams, complex stony silt loams, and wetland soils surrounding Mill Brook. All this adds up to a lot of varying habitats that are home to all of Maine’s wildlife such as whitetail deer, moose, black bear, upland birds and much more. Mill Brook meanders for more than 6,000 feet east to west through the property on its way to the East Branch of the Pleasant River and has a population of wild brook trout. A private pond of approximately 2/10 of an acre has been recently stocked with trout for the enjoyment of your guests or family. ROADS/TRAILS/ IMPROVEMENTS – The part of Big Pine Drive that is on the property is more than ½ mile of gravel access road to the lodge and barns. There are miles of internal trails for hiking, biking, hunting, snowmobiling and ATV riding. A 100-yard rifle range located on the property is the perfect place to hone your shooting skills. Approximately 30 acres have been cleared of trees and converted to fields, food plots and future game bird habitat. There is a sand pit on the property for construction materials when needed. Approximately 120 acres are high fenced within the deer farm and large game hunting area. There is ample water available for the deer from naturally occurring creeks and springs and a tiled well that is to be plumbed into the barns. LOCATION – Brownville is easy to get to, located in southeast Piscataquis County about 1 hours drive northwest of I-95 and Bangor International Airport. The Big Pine Drive property is located between Baxter State Park and Moosehead Lake and just 10 miles away from millions of acres of the North Maine Woods gate at Katahdin Ironworks. The 100-mile woods of the Appalachian Trail begins in this region. There are large lakes accessible just minutes from the property including Schoodic and Sebec Lakes. Hundreds of wild trout ponds dot this region. No matter what your interest in the outdoors you will find it here. The property has access to a local groomed snowmobile trail along its western border which gains access to thousands of miles of ITS trail system. CURRENT USE – The owners of the property as mentioned earlier run multiple businesses from the property. These businesses are not included in the price of the real estate being offered, but are available in whole or part should you be interested in them. The bear guiding business done from this property is one of the largest in Maine with leases covering over 300 square miles of timberland owned by five major land owners in the area near Brownville and in the North Maine Woods Unorganized Territories. Grove Hill Outfitters also guides for whitetail deer and moose and of course their trophy red stags. The deer farm has some of the best genetics of red deer in North America, currently the farm has over 300 deer with stags scoring up to 700 inches. Recently the property has been a wedding venue, there is ample opportunity to grow this type of business. The current Airbnb business could easily be increased by building additional cabins. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY - Thousands of visitors come to this scenic and wild place each year. Why not live a more fulfilling life with a new vocation of helping others discover their wilderness dreams. Maybe you just want one of the finest hunting properties in Maine. Come make it yours. Call today for a more information on this one-of-a-kind Maine lifestyle property.  

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Maine Hunting Business and Timberland For Sale

00 Sebec Shores Road Guilford ME 04443

Guilford, ME00 Sebec Shores Road

Price$1,250,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1539266

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address 00 Sebec Shores Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 720

Are you searching for a lifestyle in the outdoor recreation business? Do you need a replacement property for a 1031 exchange? Know a group of friends who want to purchase property for a hunting club? Maybe you just want a large property to build your dream home or mountain cabin? Come see Seventh Ridge Preserve in Guilford. This is 720 +/- acres of improved timberland located within the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. LAND WATER WILDLIFE  This property is the culmination of decades of assemblage putting together a uniquely large timber parcel in the foothills of Maine’s Appalachian Mountains. The property’s diverse rolling terrain creates lake, forest, mountain, and valley views in all directions. It is certainly a feast for the eyes. Elevations of the property range from about 680 to 1050 FASL. A landscape of boiling springs, forested wetlands, small creeks and beaver ponds quickly rises up to wooded hills then sheer cliffs on the eastern slopes of Guilford Mountain and rocky outcrops at the summit of Buker Mountain. The springs running year-round out of the sides of Buker Mountain are the headwaters of nearby Big Bennet Pond (a 60 + acre trout pond just a couple of miles from the property), Salmon Stream Pond to the south and 6,800 acre Sebec Lake to the north. The sale of this property includes a deeded right of way for hand carry access to Sebec Lake. Countless other ponds and lakes dot the landscape of this part of Piscataquis County. Maine’s largest lake, Moosehead, is about a 35-minute drive from the land to the south shore in Greenville, Maine. This part of Maine is a transition of the northern boreal rainforest and the eastern deciduous forest creating perfect habitats for nearly all game animals found in the northeast. There are healthy populations of moose, whitetail deer, black bear, ruffed grouse and wild turkey. Eagles, beaver, bobcat, coyote and fox have all been seen here. The lakes and ponds are a magnet for migratory ducks and geese. The location, improvements and natural landscape of Seventh Ridge Preserve make it one of the best hunting properties in the northeast. LAND IMPROVEMENTS The owner of the Seventh Ridge Preserve has built miles of roads and trails to access all but the steepest areas of the property. This access allows for hunting almost any wind or weather. Most of the acres are in tree growth current use tax status and the owner will provide a copy of his detailed 10-year forest management plan written in 2020. The large game shooting area on the property includes approximately 71 acres of forest enclosed by over 8,000 feet of high fence. The sale of the land includes one of less than a dozen licenses for exotic game hunting in Maine. The license allows for red stag, elk, bison, fallow deer plus (with some additional notifications) wild hogs. This property fronts Sebec Shores Road and is within striking distance of grid electricity. The seller reports the local power company is planning to extend the line by the property. Should a new lodge be in your plans the road frontage here would be one place to build it. The clearing of several acres at this location will open up views to the west of Buker Mountain and beyond. A small hunter/trapper cabin is located in the center of the western third of the land adjacent to a small creek and beaver pond. With some clearing here, views of Guilford Mountain could be spectacular or leave it as is - hidden under the canopy of beautiful hardwood trees. The offering includes all the intellectual property and good will of Seventh Ridge Outfitters plus a storage container, tractor, side by side ATV and other tools and accessories that will convey with the sale. PROTECTION BY NEIGHBORS – We are always told that location is the number one consideration when selecting a property. Your neighbors can have an impact on your enjoyment of your property. This land is bordered by the Dover-Foxcroft water district lands to the south protecting nearby 430 acres of abutting land. To the west the land is bordered by thousands of acres of working forestland held in private ownership. These owners have a history of responsibly managing the timber on their property, protecting the wildlife habitats thereon and, at the same time, allowing public use of their lands for recreational purposes. A LOCATION THAT DESERVES YOUR ATTENTION Guilford Maine is located in the southwest corner of Piscataquis County. At nearly 4,400 square miles, this is the second largest and least populated county in Maine. It is 3 ½ times the size of Rhode Island with a population of 16,800. Think about all this open space, most of which is open to hunting, fishing, hiking, paddling and much more. There are a number of nearby golf courses, restaurants, a hospital and other conveniences. It is just 30 miles to Moosehead Lake and the Appalachian Trail is less than a 30-minute drive. It may be remote but it is easy to get here. From the property it is just 7 miles to downtown Dover-Foxcroft. Bangor International Airport is just 43 miles. Portland, Maine is a 2 1/4-hour drive and Boston is less than 4. If you can live and work anywhere, why not choose to be here? You know you want to see it, call today for more details and schedule a showing.  

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144 Acres Near Bangor Maine

M1 L9 Copeland Hill Road Holden ME 04429

Holden, MEM1 L9 Copeland Hill Road

Price$325,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1517301

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 144

Looking for a large tract of land just minutes from Bangor, Maine with mountain views and plenty of privacy? Why not look at these 144± acres of land on Copeland Hill Road in Holden? Land Features – The land fronts along Copeland Hill Road and has an interior road that accesses much of the 144 acres. Views overlooking the city of Bangor and of Mount Katahdin and others in the northern Appalachian Range can be had from several locations, all are perfect spots for a new home or cabin site. The terrain is a rolling site with elevations varying from 340 to 560 FASL. The elevated site is made up of mostly silt and coarse rocky loams with oak and other hardwoods along the ridges. This property potential uses include timber investment, home sites, homestead potential and more. This large lot has a lot of wildlife roaming the woods from whitetail deer to wild turkey and ruffed grouse. The Audubon property adjacent to the property has a public access site to Fields Pond and is a quiet place to paddle or fish. Location – What sets this property apart from other parcels is its location. The 144 acres is in a rural neighborhood has the feel or a remote setting, yet you can be shopping in Bangor in just 15 minutes. The Hancock County City of Ellsworth is only 24 miles away and Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park is just 44 miles from the land. If your job allows you to live anywhere, why not here? Keeping this property protected from additional development is the fact that it abuts the Fields Pond Audubon Center. This is a 229-acre sanctuary with hiking trails and thousands of feet of shorefront on Fields Pond. Getting here is easy with access to the I95 corridor less than 5 miles from the property and Bangor International Airport is just 10 miles drive. Town Information – The town of Holden has schools for grades K-8 at RSU 63, with high school available at the in the city of Brewer or Bangor. This small rural town has a population of approximately 3,000. The town has an affordable tax rate of $17.85 for 2021. Brewer Lake is also located in Holden with a public boat landing is not far from the land.   If you need more information call or email for a property information package.

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Country Home & Rental for Sale Brownville Maine

352 Stickney Hill Road Brownville ME 04414

MLS Number 1537095

  • Residential
  • Full Bath 2
  • Bathroom 3
  • Half Baths 1
  • Bedrooms 2

LOCATION – When you are searching for a rural place to escape to in Maine, southern Piscataquis County has a lot of space and privacy along with reasonable access to all the necessities of life from healthcare to food. The Town of Brownville has a population of approximately 1,100. The geography of the area near Stickney Hill is comprised of well-spaced residences with open farm fields surrounded by large tracts of forest. This is a town whose people have a strong connection with the land. Many residents grow much of their own food, enjoy the outdoor lifestyle including hunting, hiking, fishing, trail riding and other pursuits. Milo is just 5 miles from the property and is the nearest service town with a large grocery store, hardware, drug store, eateries and a lot of small businesses serving the needs of the surrounding communities. The nearest hospital is located in Dover-Foxcroft about 19 miles from 352 Stickney Hill. Bangor, Maine is the nearest city about 40 miles south-east of the property. It has an international airport, large regional hospital, numerous entertainment options and dozens of quality restaurants. BUILDINGS – 352 Stickney Hill Rd has many improvements. The property has been used as a base of operation for Gunsmoke Lodge, a local bear hunting guide service. The main lodge or potential 2-bedroom home was built in 1995. The gambrel style construction includes approximately 1150 square feet with a large kitchen with laundry area and an open concept for dining and living room. Two upstairs bedrooms house bunks for 8 and both are attached to a full bathroom. Each of the 2 baths have two showers a flush and sink. This building has both a ground floor open porch and a second story balcony porch. Next to the main lodge/home is a 2-story rental cabin built in 2005. The first floor has beds for up to 7 guests and includes a full bath and kitchen. The second floor has one room for 4 guests and a full bath. Use this as a rental such as AirBNB or if needed for extended family housing. Two more structures include a large storage shed and a game processing building with a 10X12 foot walk in cooler. LAND – 22.8 +/- acres of mostly forested land make up the ground under the buildings. No recent timber harvesting has been done on this property and the forest is a dense forest of spruce/fir/pine with some maple and other hardwoods intermixed. A private trail leads northerly from the buildings and accesses the snowmobile and ATV trail system. This is an unusually level property with only about 20 feet of overall elevation change from 720 to 740 +/- feet above sea level. NRCS mapping shows the soil in this area to be primarily Howland-Monarda types. These are soils types that range from well to poorly drained and are usually stony. They are good for supporting forestry, wildlife and have potential for moderate grazing use. TIME TO BUY - If you have been searching for a home in the country, a recreational business opportunity, a self-sufficient homestead or just a quiet place for a second home; come take a look at this property in Brownville, Maine today. Do you need more information? Check out the interactive 3D model tour of the main building or search for the online video using the property address for a complete virtual showing of the property.

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Maine Land Investment with Mountain Views

M5L30and47 Long Ridge Road Burlington ME 04417

MLS Number 1523771

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 173

173 +/- acres of Maine forestland with mountain views, streams, paved road frontage, timber and a convenient location. Put this parcel at the top of your list for investment opportunities in 2022 LAND FEATURES: The property has 4,200 +/- feet of paved road frontage on Long Ridge Road. This is a paved town-maintained road. With this much road frontage there is substantial potential for subdivision or gifts lots to family members. An interior gated road, near the center of the land is about ½ mile long and provides access to much of the property interior. NRCS soil mapping indicates the majority of the property to be plaisted stony loams. This soil type is generally well drained. Trees species that do well in this soil include sugar maple, yellow birch, paper birch, eastern white pine, red pine, white spruce, red spruce and balsam fir. The timber on this land is mixed growth early successional forest with patches of older growth pine, hemlock and various hardwoods intermixed. Should you decide to clear some land of trees and stones for homesteading or food plots, the moderately sloped areas should produce hay, pasture and cultivated crops. This is a rolling and slopping parcel with elevations ranging from 360 to 680 +/- feet above sea level. Plan your building site on one of the many level areas near a dramatic elevation change, and you will be rewarded with some beautiful views of the surrounding hills and forest. LOCATION: Burlington is located in central eastern Penobscot County. This rural town has a population of approximately 373. The landscape of Burlington is predominately rolling undeveloped forest land.  The land is located about 11 miles to shopping in the service center of Lincoln and 50 miles from Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city. RECREATION: Burlington is blessed with a lot of outdoor recreational opportunities. It is home to Madagascal Pond, Eskutassis Pond, Little Eskutassis Pond, Saponac Pond, Madagascal Stream and the Passadumkeag River. Miles of waters for paddling, boating, fishing and swimming. Long Ridge Road is an ATV access road, ride from the property to trail head just a couple miles away. Snowmobile trails are nearby. The Nicatous area public reserved lands are 15 minutes away with dozens of ponds and large lakes, undeveloped forests most of which are open for hunting and hiking. ZONING/TAX/SCHOOLS: The town of Burlington has minimal zoning with the exception of shoreland zoning. A simple building permit is all that is needed to start your new home, cabin or business. The mil rate for Burlington was .0174 for 2021. The property is enrolled in the tree growth tax program, taxes on this land were $350 for the 2021 tax year. Most Burlington students attend schools in MSAD 31 and RSU 67, however, they may attend any school of their choosing. INVESTMENT: Along with a growing timber investment, the long road frontage and interior road make it easy to divide and sell lots. The the ease of access along with a lot of nearby lakes, rivers, year-round trails and open forest would make a great location to build rental cabins, yurts or similar glamping businesses. Need more information? Call today for a property information package that includes onsite photos, property disclosures, NRCS soil mapping, deeds, directory of town contacts and distances to points of interest.

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Solar Powered Lakefront Cabin

Lot 64 Violet View Burlington ME 04417

Burlington, MELot 64 Violet View

Price$200,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1544009

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 1
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address Lot 64 Violet View
  • Location Rural

Let’s take a look at this central Maine cabin on a freshwater lake. The off-grid cabin has both solar and generator power and sets right on the shore with amazing views of Madagascal Lake in Burlington, Maine. Cabin & Outbuildings – The 16 X 24 one- and three-quarter story cabin consist of one open room on the first floor for kitchen, living and dining and one large bedroom and bath on the second floor. The cabin is powered by an effective, yet simple power system combining a generator and solar panels with battery storage. The cabin is set on post and concrete pads with easy access to the underside of the cabin. Water to the cabin is supplied from both lake drawn water and a dug spring uphill from the cabin. The waste treatment for the cabin is a 1000-gallon plastic holding tank. A 12 X 24 workshop and generator building sets behind the cabin and is a good place for a hobby, storage, and other uses. A 9X10 gazebo next to the cabin lets you enjoy the outdoors in shade and on those occasional summer shower days. Other improvements and buildings include an outhouse, a boat ramp, and a floating boat dock. Lot – This half acre surveyed lot feels way bigger than it is. It includes 135 +/- feet of lake frontage. All three boundaries are heavily forested and include dense vegetation that acts like a natural privacy fence. There are neighbors but they are hard to see. The land slopes from the access road to a level plateau at the cabin site. The original cabin was built before lake setback requirements became rule with the building set just about 10 feet from the edge of the shore. There is a beautiful outdoor fireplace on the shore and a private lakeside yard to sit and enjoy the lake views. Lake – Madagascal Pond is a 750 +/- acre freshwater lake and is connected to 40 +/- acre Little Madagascal Pond by a short stream. The lake has a maximum depth of 30 feet. The shoreline is a pleasant mix of sand beaches and rocky shoals. The primary sport fishing here is smallmouth bass with plenty of white perch and chain pickerel to keep the kids entertained. Location – The property is located in a remote corner of the town of Burlington. This is an off-grid quiet area whose camp owners enjoy good access to both ATV and snowmobile trails.  The nearest service area is Lincoln about a dozen miles from the cabin. The city of Bangor and Portland are 62 and 190 miles drive from the cabin. Need more info or want to schedule a showing, call today.

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Big Coastal Land for Sale

Lot 13 Harbor Heights Drive Steuben ME 04680

MLS Number 1541837

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 4.42

Is a regular building site not enough for your new home on the coast of Maine? You need to see this big building site in the quiet coastal town of Steuben. The land is located at the very end of Quiet Shore Road. 4.42 acres of property with 1,867 feet of saltwater frontage wrapping around three sides of the property for the ultimate in water views. Bring your driveway and onto this heavily wooded forest and enjoy all the privacy. There is electricity run to the end of this road and is ready for you to hook up to. Protective covenants are deeded in this and the abutting properties to protect the water quality of the bay and insure your quiet enjoyment of the land. Dyer Bay The bay extends from the open Atlantic Ocean about 6 miles inland. Tides in this part of Maine are around 13 feet. Watch as local lobster fisherman work the bay. The bay is home to numerous wading bird species, bald eagles, lobster, and various marine fish. The peninsula on the shore opposite the land for sale is the location of the Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge with over 2,000 acres conserved with maintained hiking and scenic trails. Steuben & Washington County The small fishing village of Steuben is the southernmost town in Washington County and shares a border with the Hancock County town of Gouldsboro. Steuben has a population of 1,129 as of the 2020 census. This is a quiet town in Maine’s third least populated county. Most shopping and convenances are in Milbridge about 7 miles from the property or in the city of Ellsworth 32 miles southwest. Washington County was named for George Washington. This county has an amazing amount of coastal shoreland and islands, much of which have been purchased or gifted for conservation. This is the unofficial lobster and blueberry capital of Maine. Distances & Points of Interest The land is located 32 miles from the city of Ellsworth, 48 miles from Bar Harbor, 62 miles from Bangor International Airport and about 293 miles from Boston, Massachusetts. Nearby the land is the previously mentioned Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge about 8 ½ miles drive from the property. The Donnell Pond Public Reserved land and Schoodic Mountain Trail Head is about 23 miles away. Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain are 45± miles. Schoodic Point, the only mainland portion of Acadia National Park, is 22 miles drive. Get More Info Do you need more information about the property? Call today for a complete property information package including survey and other mapping, protective covenants, and many other details.

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Maine Farm and Timber Land for Sale

M2L18 Route 169 Prentiss Twp T7 R3 NBPP ME 04487
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MLS Number 1542961

  • Land
  • Address M2L18 Route 169
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 50
  • Other Amenities Mountain View

Mountain & Forest Views – From the southern end of the fields there is an amazing view of Katahdin, Maine’s tallest mountain. This is a perfect homesite with rolling field in the foreground with miles of forest extending to the foothills and the northern Appalachian Mountains in the background. The maturing forest of the northern end of the property is another possible building site if you desire a more shaded and private home location. Road Frontage & Utilities – This property has nearly ½ mile of frontage along a paved county road that is well maintained. Not only does this provide good access to much of the land but it makes future divisions of the land much easier. Along the length of this road frontage are both electric and communication lines. There is also solid cellular service at this location. Rural Location & Low Taxes – If an urban environment is what you are seeking then look away, this is a country setting with a low human population. If a slower paced life with little traffic is what you are looking for then you have come to the right place. Prentiss is considered an unorganized township in Maine. There is no town government here. All permitting and taxation is done at the state level. What that means to you is a standardized building and permitting process and a property tax rate that is among the lowest in the state, currently under $9 per thousand. This location is for those who are self sufficient and don’t demand excess public services. Getting Here – The property in Prentiss is a little remote. The nearest post office, gas station and convenience store are located about 7 miles from the property in the village of Springfield. Lincoln is the nearest service town of any size about 25 miles west of this location. The nearest commercial airport is about 75 miles away in the city of Bangor. Boston Massachusetts is a 5 hour ride. Let’s Move – Property this good won’t last long. If you need more details call for a property information package or better yet let’s make an appointment for you to come see this property.

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Oceanfront Building Site in Maine

Lot 4 Harbor Heights Drive Steuben ME 04680
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MLS Number 1541614

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 2.6

If peace and quiet are what you’re searching for in a new place to call home, you should come see these bayside acres for sale in beautiful Steuben, Maine. This is a gorgeous spruce covered lot with 185 feet of frontage along Dyer Bay. 2.61 acres have been surveyed and soil tested. Covenants are in place to insure your property value remains secure and the private road has power for you to hook up to. Dyer Bay The bay extends from the open Atlantic Ocean about 6 miles inland. Tides in this part of Maine are around 13 feet. Watch as local lobster fisherman work the bay. The bay is home to numerous wading bird species, bald eagles, lobster, and various marine fish. The peninsula on the shore opposite the land for sale is the location of the Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge with over 2,000 acres conserved with maintained hiking and scenic trails. Steuben & Washington County The small fishing village of Steuben is the southernmost town in Washington County and shares a border with the Hancock County town of Gouldsboro. Steuben has a population of 1,129 as of the 2020 census. This is a quiet town in Maine’s third least populated county. Most shopping and convenances are in Milbridge about 7 miles from the property or in the city of Ellsworth 32 miles southwest. Washington County was named for George Washington. This county has an amazing amount of coastal shoreland and islands, much of which have been purchased or gifted for conservation. This is the unofficial lobster and blueberry capital of Maine. Distances & Points of Interest The land is located 32 miles from the city of Ellsworth, 48 miles from Bar Harbor, 62 miles from Bangor International Airport and about 293 miles from Boston, Massachusetts. Nearby the land is the previously mentioned Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge about 8 ½ miles drive from the property. The Donnell Pond Public Reserved land and Schoodic Mountain Trail Head is about 23 miles away. Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain are 45 +/- miles. Schoodic Point, the only mainland portion of Acadia National Park, is 22 miles drive. Get More Info Do you need more information about the property? Call today for a complete property information package including survey and other mapping, protective covenants, and many other details.

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Affordable Coastal Lot for Sale

Lot 5 Harbor Heights Drive Steuben ME 04680

MLS Number 1541624

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 2.43

Are you looking for coastal land for a new home, but are priced out of the market in southern or midcoast Maine? Take a drive a little farther up to Downeast Maine and you will be rewarded with more land, privacy, and beauty for a fraction of the price. 2.43± acres of peaceful coastal forest have been surveyed and front for 199 feet along Dyer Bay in the fishing village of Steuben. Build your new seaside getaway in the dense cover of mature spruce trees. The lot fronts along a private road for 138 feet and electric power is available at roadside. Dyer Bay The bay extends from the open Atlantic Ocean about 6 miles inland. Tides in this part of Maine are around 13 feet. Watch as local lobster fisherman work the bay. The bay is home to numerous wading bird species, bald eagles, lobster, and various marine fish. The peninsula on the shore opposite the land for sale is the location of the Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge with over 2,000 acres conserved with maintained hiking and scenic trails. Steuben & Washington County The small fishing village of Steuben is the southernmost town in Washington County and shares a border with the Hancock County town of Gouldsboro. Steuben has a population of 1,129 as of the 2020 census. This is a quiet town in Maine’s third least populated county. Most shopping and convenances are in Milbridge about 7 miles from the property or in the city of Ellsworth 32 miles southwest. Washington County was named for George Washington. This county has an amazing amount of coastal shoreland and islands, much of which have been purchased or gifted for conservation. This is the unofficial lobster and blueberry capital of Maine. Distances & Points of Interest The land is located 32 miles from the city of Ellsworth, 48 miles from Bar Harbor, 62 miles from Bangor International Airport and about 293 miles from Boston, Massachusetts. Nearby the land is the previously mentioned Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge about 8 ½ miles drive from the property. The Donnell Pond Public Reserved land and Schoodic Mountain Trail Head is about 23 miles away. Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain are 45± miles. Schoodic Point, the only mainland portion of Acadia National Park, is 22 miles drive. Get More Info Do you need more information about the property? Call today for a complete property information package including survey and other mapping, protective covenants, and many other details.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Bayfront Land for Sale

Lot 1 Harbor Heights Drive Steuben ME 04680

MLS Number 1541586

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 2.52

Are you searching for a coastal property for your new home or cottage away from the crowds? Look no further than Dyer Bay in the town of Steuben. Lot Information Lot 1 on Quiet Shore consists of 2.52±acres with 312 feet of shorefront and 149 feet of road frontage. The land is sloping from the road to the shore with a small stream meandering through the property. This land is completely forested and is mostly a spruce/fir/pine forest. The shoreline is a mix of gravely bottom and outcropping of bedrock ledges. Dyer Bay The bay extends from the open Atlantic Ocean about 6 miles inland. Tides in this part of Maine are around 13 feet. Watch as local lobster fisherman work the bay. The bay is home to numerous wading bird species, bald eagles, lobster, and various marine fish. The peninsula on the shore opposite the land for sale is the location of the Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge with over 2,000 acres conserved with maintained hiking and scenic trails. Steuben & Washington County The small fishing village of Steuben is the southernmost town in Washington County and shares a border with the Hancock County town of Gouldsboro. Steuben has a population of 1,129 as of the 2020 census. This is a quiet town in Maine’s third least populated county. Most shopping and convenances are in Milbridge about 7 miles from the property or in the city of Ellsworth 32 miles southwest. Washington County was named for George Washington. This county has an amazing amount of coastal shoreland and islands, much of which have been purchased or gifted for conservation. This is the unofficial lobster and blueberry capital of Maine. Distances & Points of Interest The land is located 32 miles from the city of Ellsworth, 48 miles from Bar Harbor, 62 miles from Bangor International Airport and about 293 miles from Boston, Massachusetts. Nearby the land is the previously mentioned Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge about 8 ½ miles drive from the property. The Donnell Pond Public Reserved land and Schoodic Mountain Trail Head is about 23 miles away. Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain are 45± miles. Schoodic Point, the only mainland portion of Acadia National Park, is 22 miles drive. Get More Info Do you need more information about the property? Call today for a complete property information package including survey and other mapping, protective covenants, and many other details.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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