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10 Wards Hill Road Baldwin ME 04091

Baldwin, ME10 Wards Hill Road

Price$567,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1518583

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Address 10 Wards Hill Road
  • Site Features Open,Wooded

Located in West Baldwin village, on the western edge of the Saddleback Hills, is a well appointed Cape Cod-style home situated on 13.5+ acres in a quiet country setting. Overlooking a private 1-acre pond, you'll find a picture perfect scene year 'round from your large back deck or from your 2,500 sq ft interior! This home offers plenty of space and plenty of versatility! On the first floor, the island kitchen flows into the cozy family room, comfortable dining area, and out to the impressive backyard living space. A bedroom, large laundry room, full bath, mudroom, and home office complete the main floor making it perfect for homeowners who love the convenience of having everything on one level or homeowners who wish to age in place. There are two good-sized bedrooms on the second level (one with an adjoining room to be used however you wish), another full bath, and a spacious bonus room with potential to serve as a playroom, home gym, media room, etc. Throughout the entire home, extensive updates and upgrades jump out -- new gutters with guards, refinished back porch, revamped electrical system, whole house generator hookup, and granite steps that lead to hardy perennial beds. A newer roof, granite countertops, and fresh paint/flooring all contribute to this home’s interior and exterior appeal. The man-made pond on the property is fed by multiple natural springs and is contained by a simple dam and spillway that links up with a small brook and flows 1.8 miles before emptying into the Saco River. Established walking trails, a firepit, and multiple garden beds on the exterior of the property expand this home’s already sizable footprint. This home’s flexible interior spaces and unique landscape features make it a good fit for a wide variety of lifestyles. On top of that, it’s private, it’s comfortable, and it’s move-in ready!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Historic Victorian Home in Lubec, Maine

594 North Lubec Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME594 North Lubec Road

Price$399,500

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MLS Number 1499769

  • Residential
  • Address 594 North Lubec Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bathroom 3
  • Bedrooms 4

Seventeen wooded acres surround this historic Victorian on popular North Lubec Road. This original period home sits on a knoll looking across the road to views of Johnson’s Bay. The home still features original moldings, pocket doors, hardwood floors, fireplace and ornate mantel and more. A full 3 stories with an alternate master bedroom suite on the third floor. A heated sun porch makes a great place to relax and leads into the main house. Inside you will notice the wood floors and original trim. A galley kitchen is located off a breakfast nook with a butler pantry into the dining room which the current owner uses for an office. A double parlor is currently utilized as a large dining room and front living room with a beautiful working fireplace. The spacious front hall with sweeping staircase was once used as the main entrance. The original double doors still feature beveled and etched glass with the original owners’ initials. A small powder room with sink and flush was installed under the stairs. The second floor has a nice landing with an area created as a reading nook or small office. Views of Johnson’s Bay can be seen from there and two bedrooms. The third floor has been finished creating a full bath, sleeping area, small office area and a good size sitting area with views out over the bay. Perennial gardens surround the home and could use some work. Themed steppingstones adorn the walkway to the small porch on the front. Enjoy the evening breezes relaxing on the porch or the sound of the songbirds visiting the rose bushes in the front. The town of Lubec is a small fishing village on the border between Maine and Campobello Island Canada. Lubec has approximately 90 miles of coastal waterfront property. It is the most easterly town in the continental United States and West Quoddy Head Lighthouse is sited on the most easterly point where most believe it receives the first light of day in the U.S. Formerly home to a large sardine industry, the town now plays host to the Regional Medical Center as well as local fishermen and lobstermen. Lubec’s downtown area boasts large homes built by sea captains and industry leaders and quaint restaurants and shops. The public boat launch, Fisherman’s Memorial Park, and the breakwater are all within walking distance from each other. Watch the seals frolic in the tidal current, the fishermen as they head out for their daily catch, or just relax on one of the granite benches overlooking the waterfront. Lubec, and its surrounding area, is also home to over 43,000 acres of public and preserved lands open to the public for hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, and other low impact recreational activities. Nearby is the Downeast Sunrise Trails which is an 85-mile trail built along a former rail corridor from Washington Junction in Hancock to Ayers Junction in Pembroke. It has a compact gravel base and is ideal for snowmobiling, ATVing, walking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18 and 22 feet, the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs, and unnamed beauty. Truly one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one does not have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns, and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. Something for everyone in beautiful Downeast Maine and coastal Washington County!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale

715 Benedicta Road Benedicta Twp ME 04733

Benedicta Twp, ME715 Benedicta Road

Price$200,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1517509

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 715 Benedicta Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 221

Are you familiar with real estate near Baxter State Park, Mount Katahdin and southern Aroostook County? If you are, you know that this is one of the most scenic places in Maine with mountains, expansive forest and open land with quality agricultural soil. This 221 +/- acres of land for sale, located in Benedicta and T2 R6 WELS, is the perfect place to homestead, recreate and enjoy the lifestyle of Maine. LAND  Improvements-Views-Timber-Soils This land consists of 221 +/- acres of mixed timberland with old fields mixed throughout the acreage. This unique parcel has some amazing views of Mount Katahdin and the connected Appalachian Mountain Range. From your new home or cabin built on the west facing hillside, you will enjoy evenings watching the sun recede behind these prominent mountains. An already improved site along the road has a well, septic, driveway and gravel pad. The current owner is leasing this spot as a mobile home site and it is located in the southeast corner of the land. About 3 ½ acres is cleared to lawn, field and access road at this location. From the property’s frontage on Benedicta Road, the elevation is about 580 FASL and the topography is level for about 250 feet. From here the elevation changes quickly and opens up the mountain views. An interior road follows the southern boundary next to the home site then turns into the interior of the land. A small farm pond is located 900 feet from the current home site and could be a water source for farm animals or stocked for fishing. Per NRCS soil mapping, the soils on the property vary in capability from limited, moderate and intensive agricultural use to soil types best used for forestry and wildlife. The forest on the land ranges from a mix of hardwood on the higher elevations to mixed and softwood along the slopes and lower elevations.  LOCATION Big Woods-Conservation Lands-Farms Southern Aroostook County and Northern Penobscot County are very rural areas of Maine. The topography is dominated by a seemingly endless forest leading off to the horizon. Carved out of these woods are some beautiful farms growing potatoes, broccoli, corn and more. You need to take a drive though the area when the potato blossoms are peaking in the rolling fields contrasted by the Appalachian Mountains rising up in the background. Beautiful! Wildlife in the area is highlighted by the majestic Maine moose, large whitetail deer, black bears, ruffed grouse and wild turkeys. A hunter or photographer can make a good living here. The region is blessed with hundreds of rivers, lakes, and wild brook trout ponds. Baxter State Park is nearby and has hundreds of miles of trails and many mountain peaks to explore. Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument and the International Appalachian Trail are also located in this part of Maine. Getting to the property is easy, with it being located just 2.5 miles from the Benedicta exit of I95. Necessity shopping is located 4.5 miles away in the small town of Sherman. More stores and services will be found in Houlton, 42 miles north, and Lincoln, 40 miles south. Bangor International Airport is located just 79 miles away, most of which is over I95. CHANGE YOUR LIFE  Community-Privacy-Wilderness If you currently reside in a highly populated area with no space, no privacy and lots of traffic, why stay? Can you work from home utilizing new technologies and increasing internet access and speed? Do you want a simpler life living off the land? If you answered yes to any of these questions you owe it to yourself to explore your options. Call today to schedule a showing and ask for a detailed property information package.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Home For Sale

101 Jims Head Road Lubec ME

Lubec, ME101 Jims Head Road

Price$349,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1517941

  • Mobile Home
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 101 Jims Head Road
  • Property SubType Manufactured Home
  • Bedrooms 3

This 3-acre coastal property is located along the bold coast, bordering historic Bailey’s Mistake, a quiet harbor for local fisherman. Views to the west and north highlight the picturesque cove with its fishing boats, farmland, and scattered ocean front homes. To the southwest lies the open ocean. A few rocky islands guard the entrance to this scenic harbor. Sunsets are spectacular. The surf can be both serene and bold. Another 0.75-acre shorefront family lot adjoins the main property to the south, with a shared ROW for remaining heirs. The well-maintained lawns are open and easily accessible to the beach front. A spacious deck faces the water view off an open kitchen living area. Two of the 3 bedrooms overlook the ocean. The front entrance opens into a spacious great room with plenty of room for hobbies and storage. Vaulted ceilings give this cozy 3-bedroom ranch style home an open and modern feel.  This area along the Boot Cove Road and Bailey’s Mistake is known for scenic views, hiking trails and bold coastline. The property is located near several Bold Coast Trail heads, the fishing village of Cutler with its picturesque harbor and the historic and quaint village of Lubec. West Quoddy Head State Park, the eastern most point in the United States and Campobello Island, NB Canada are close by. Cobscook Shores waterfront parks offers birding and hiking.     The Downeast area hosts many opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Boating including kayaking and canoeing along the miles of inland bays and inlets in Lubec and around Lubec. Deep sea fishing, whale watching, and sightseeing offshore are possible both privately and publicly.  Residents and non-residents can try their luck clamming and lobstering with special town permits.  On land, you’ll find miles of developed trail systems for hiking, 4 wheeling and snowmobiling. The surrounding towns of Lubec, and Machias, offer all needed conveniences. To the north is Calais, Maine and the Canadian border crossing into New Brunswick, CA or travel further north to the hillsides of Aroostook County. To the south is Ellsworth and the gateway to Acadia State Park. and to the West is the city Bangor where you will find many attractions such as Hollywood Casino, Waterfront Concerts, and Bangor International Airport. There are many acres of blueberry barrens, conservancy land and nature preserves including Moose Horn Wildlife Refuge. The bold coast consists of many saltwater coves and inland estuaries. Lubec is blessed with having the most coastline of any town in Maine consisting of inland bays and rugged bold coast. The area’s open waterways lead to the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. Seals play and feed off the town breakwater.  Eagle’s nest among the many islands. The Downeast area is also home to many recreational lakes and water sheds for fishing, swimming, and boating.   There are many opportunities to explore nature, history, and culture in Downeast Maine. Several unique state parks, miles of beaches with public access, and nature preserves are easily accessible. The Bold Coast Trails and the Sunrise Trail system offer miles of hiking, 4-wheeling, and snow mobiles, and cross-country skiing. Each of the coastal towns have their own landmarks and attractions including the University of Maine at Machias, Machias’s Blueberry Festival, the Eastport and Lubec Pirates festival, the city of Eastport’s, Art and theater programs, Lubec’s Summer Keys program and music concert series the Lubec - Campobello International Marathon, Pleasant Point’s Native American Heritage Days, and the Wabinaki Museum to mention just a few. Summer and fall offer farmer’s markets with locally grown produce, meats, dairy products and baked goods, along with local artisan’s arts and crafts.

Listed by Christina Robinson of Lubec Office

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Land For Sale

00 Gravey Lane Bradford ME 04410

Bradford, ME00 Gravey Lane

Price$80,000

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MLS Number 1517787

  • Land
  • Address 00 Gravey Lane
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 131.4

Located in Bradford, Maine is a waterfront cabin site, in a private, off-grid location that is for sale.  The property is behind a locked gate that is 2 miles from the property providing lots of privacy and security.  The road into the property, ends on the tract with no ROW’s through it.  This adds to the privacy that is found here.  The topography of the land is flat.  There is only about 20 feet of elevation change throughout the parcel.  The tract of land has over 3000 feet of frontage on Dead Stream.  Dead stream is a wide flowing waterway that is a tributary to Pushaw Stream and is part of the Penobscot River drainage.  Logan Brook and an unnamed brook add over 4000 additional feet of waterfrontage.  The land along Dead Stream is very nice.  The old growth forest is easy to navigate and several potential cabin sites can be found here.  Towering Pine, hemlock, cedar and fir are the most prevalent timber types along the waterways.  There were stands of maple found as well.  There is a large wetland area, along Logan Brook that is ideal for wildlife.  This is a fantastic recreational cabin site.  Whether you are a hunter, fisherman, bird watcher or naturalist, this property will appeal to you.  Tracks of otter, fisher, ermine and bobcat were all observed while on a recent walk through the property.  The calls of chickadees and pileated wood peckers were all that broke the silence on my recent visit.  The abundance of water found here provides habitat for migratory waterfowl which will be seen in the spring, summer and fall. The property is located in the small town of Bradford, Maine.  Bradford has a population of approximately 1500 residents.  Bradford is only 20 or so miles to Bangor, Maine where you will find healthcare, shopping, dining and more.   This is a property where the only sounds you hear will be the gentle breeze through the tree tops and the sound of the flowing waters with the accompanying calls of song birds.  The visitors you will see will be an occasional moose, whitetail deer, river otters and other forest creatures.  If you are looking for a wildlife sanctuary to call home, then give me a call, and let’s go take a walk on this 131± acres of waterfront land.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale

M7 L21 Medford Road Lagrange ME 04453

Lagrange, MEM7 L21 Medford Road

Price$184,800

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MLS Number 1517704

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address M7 L21 Medford Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 154

Want a large private parcel of land with town-maintained road frontage and perfect recreational access to all Maine has to offer? This 154+--acre property sits right on an ATV and snowmobile access trail that is part of a 100-year-old discontinued rail road bed.  If ATVing is not your thing, you can hike this trail or ride your mountain bike to the nearby Piscataquis River.  For a longer trip, follow the trail north to Schoodic Lake. With roughly 3,000 feet of paved road frontage, it would make for easy camp access if you chose to build while still keeping privacy. Power is about 8/10ths of a mile away.   With this much road frontage, over time you could sell of some land to family and friends.  The land is rolling topography that ranges from 300 to 350 feet above sea level.  There is an interior road and the timber is a mixed growth of hardwood and softwood. There are two wetland areas that are great for wildlife.  One is about 12 acres located in the northeast corner of the land and the other is about 6+- acres in the southeast corner.  The property is in tree growth tax status but the owner kept out two building sites from the program. Approximately 40 minutes outside of the closest city of Bangor, if you want a quick break from nature maybe for a good meal in down town, or even a concert during the summer on the Bangor Waterfront. Your closest town however is Milo, which is just about 12 minutes away from the property. There you’ll find, a Tradewinds grocery market, as well as a family dollar for your basic shopping needs. They also have a Dunkin Donuts, and a House of Pizza. The town of Lagrange, located about 4 hours north of Boston, was established in 1832 as primarily a timber town. Besides timber the town was home to Blacksmiths, as well as carriage and sleigh makers.  If you’re looking for a quiet get away town with access to food and grocery, and direct access to ATV and Rec trails, this 154+- acre lot is just for you.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale

M7 L12-1 Sagerson Road Lagrange ME 04453

MLS Number 1517692

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 72

Want an off grid get away? This 72-acre lot in LaGrange fronts on the Sagerson road, which is a seasonal gravel road, that’s located about 1 mile off the town-maintained Medford Road.  This parcel of land is in the Tree Growth program saving you property taxes, but it has a 1-acre building site excluded from the program. The timber on the property consists of softwood and hardwood stands with patches of mixed growth. The land is gently rolling with elevations between 310 and 350 feet above sea level. An interesting aspect of the land is the shape of the lot, which is almost the perfect shape of a baseball diamond. There’s no field of dreams here, but if you’re looking for privacy, this could very well be your dream property. The soils are predominantly Chesuncook Telos and Chesuncook Elliottsville which are stony soils but may allow some pasture if you are looking for an off-grid homestead. Enjoy some spring trout fishing at Cold Stream which is only a few minutes walk from the property. With ATV access close by it’s a great spot of land to build an off-grid camp, or even if you really want privacy, an off-grid home. If you’re not into ATVing, that same ATV access is also used for hiking, mountain biking, and snowmobiling. If you enjoy canoeing or kayaking, the Piscataquis river is just a few miles down the road. Despite being remote and private, about 15 minutes away is the town of Milo. Milo has a Dunkin Donuts, Dollar store, grocery store, Walgreens and a House of Pizza. So, you’ll still be close to your essentials while being able to relax away from it all. But, if you do choose to get back into it, the city of Bangor is about 40 minutes away with shopping, and plenty of restaurants to choose from. The town of LaGrange is about a 4-hour drive from Boston. The town was established in 1832 and today has a population of under 1,000 people. Overall if you’re looking for an off-grid property with access to recreation, groceries, and a close distance to some city life, this 72-acre lot is for you.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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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

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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.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Riverfront Land Near Parks and Recreation

L9 Route 11 Route Grindstone Twp ME 04460

MLS Number 1517284

  • Land
  • Address L9 Route 11 Route
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 0.94

Here is a rare opportunity to acquire land on the pristine East Branch of the Penobscot River. Come take a look at this lot with 260+ feet on the river plus frontage on a year-round accessible road, located just 2 miles south of the Penobscot River Trails facility and 15 miles from Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. This property has an elevated building site that gently rolls out to the rivers edge. Imagine sitting around a campfire listening to the river and star gazing in the dark skies of northern Maine. The land is all wooded acreage. A natural privacy screen of thick evergreen growth along the road frontage gives way to mostly hardwood trees lining the river bank. The river at this location is flat moving water just upriver from Grindstone Falls. Many residential and recreational uses can be done here. Keep it simple off grid and unplugged or go for grid power which is located along the road at this location. Install a driveway and gravel pad and park your RV here for weekend and vacation camping enjoyment; build a tiny cabin for year-round recreational use; construct your new home on the water in a rural location. The proximity to outdoor recreation would make this a quality place to have a weekly rental property. If you enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, this is a premium location. The land is located just two miles south of the Penobscot River Trails facility in T2 R7 WELS AKA Soldiertown Maine. This is a private run, free to the public facility, that accepts donations for use. With 16 + miles of groomed cross country ski trails, hiking, snowshoeing and mountain biking, there is a lot to do. The facility includes a visitor’s center, headquarters building that us used for the Maine Outdoor Education Program, four quonset huts for seasonal storage, two warming huts and toilets all located along the trails. See more info at their website at https://penobscotrivertrails.org/ If you need more to explore, the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument is 15 miles north and both entrances to Baxter State Park are about an hour’s drive. The East Branch of the Penobscot River flows out of Matagamon Lake at the north entrance of Baxter Park. Here is a series of pools interrupted by famous rapids with names like Grand Pitch and the Hulling Machine. Whitewater enthusiast and trout and salmon fisherman will treasure this portion of the river. The land is located below the technical whitewater sections of the river and is a slower paced flow perfect for less experienced paddlers or those who want to enjoy the scenery and wildlife at a more comfortable pace. The property is easily accessed being just 12.5 miles from the I95 exit in Medway, Maine. Services from health care to grocery shopping are in both East Millinocket, 12.5 miles and Millinocket, 19 miles from the land. Want to see it or need more information, call for a property information package or to schedule a showing today.  

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land for sale in Spring Lake Township

Lot 12 Jim Eaton Hill Road T3 R4 BKP WKR ME 04691
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MLS Number 1517142

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 15.5

If you’re looking for a piece of land that sits on a glacial lake bordered by a majestic mountain range, you’re going to want to check out this 14.8± acre lot off Jim Eaton Hill Road on the northern side of Flagstaff Lake in Spring Lake Township! Known by Maine’s Land Use Planning Commission as Plan 02, Lot 12, this piece of land sits at the epicenter of four-season recreational attractions. Nestled near the edge of the 20,300-acre Flagstaff Lake, you’ve got access to first class boating, swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddleboarding. Framed by the Bigelow Mountain Range and the Bigelow Preserve Public Reserved Land, you’ve got 36,000 acres of unrivaled hiking, camping, biking, hunting, and snowmobiling at your fingertips. The lot itself is covered in thick softwoods and sits at about 1,200’ above sea level. While you do not have riparian rights to Flagstaff Lake, as there is a Central Maine Power easement between this lot and the water’s edge, water access is easy to come by. When it’s time to head into town to restock, you’ll only have to travel 20 miles southwest to Eustis, ME where you will find an array of convenient services including everything from grocery and gas to hardware and homemade gifts! You are also only an hour north of Sugarloaf Mountain, Maine's largest single ski mountain, and an hour south of the Coburn Gore–Woburn Border Crossing that connects the towns of Coburn Gore, Maine and Woburn, Quebec on the US–Canada border. If you’re looking to go big, this plot checks all the boxes. It sits on one of Maine’s biggest glacial lakes. It’s bordered by one of Maine’s biggest mountain ranges. It offers big vistas, big sporting activities, big space, and big opportunities. It’s bigtime. Come check it out! Known by Maine’s Land Use Planning Commission as Plan 02, Lot 12, this piece of land sits at the epicenter of four-season recreational attractions. Nestled near the edge of the 20,300-acre Flagstaff Lake, you’ve got access to first class boating, swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddleboarding. Framed by the Bigelow Mountain Range and the Bigelow Preserve Public Reserved Land, you’ve got 36,000 acres of unrivaled hiking, camping, biking, hunting, and snowmobiling at your fingertips. The lot itself is covered in thick softwoods and sits at about 1,200’ above sea level. While you do not have riparian rights to Flagstaff Lake, as there is a Central Maine Power easement between this lot and the water’s edge, water access is easy to come by. When it’s time to head into town to restock, you’ll only have to travel 20 miles southwest to Eustis, ME where you will find an array of convenient services including everything from grocery and gas to hardware and homemade gifts! You are also only an hour north of Sugarloaf Mountain, Maine's largest single ski mountain, and an hour south of the Coburn Gore–Woburn Border Crossing that connects the towns of Coburn Gore, Maine and Woburn, Quebec on the US–Canada border. If you’re looking to go big, this plot checks all the boxes. It sits on one of Maine’s biggest glacial lakes. It’s bordered by one of Maine’s biggest mountain ranges. It offers big vistas, big sporting activities, big space, and big opportunities. It’s bigtime. Come check it out!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Waterfront Lot for Sale

100 Off Red Rock Road Bucksport ME 04416

MLS Number 1517058

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 6

Affordable Maine waterfront lot with 6± acres and 371± feet on Long Pond in Bucksport Maine.  There is a deeded right of way to the lot off the Bucks Mills Road, but at the time of listing, the location and condition of the right of way are yet to be determined.  The right of way may be overgrown with trees and may require clearing and reconstruction. Long Pond is a quiet pond, consisting of 160 acres with a mean depth of 18 feet and a maximum depth of 29 feet. The pond is perfect for canoeing, kayaking or small boating.  The fishing in this water body is for warm water species, such as small mouth bass, white and yellow perch.  It is frequented by a pair of loons that Maine’s lakes and ponds are famous for. This body of water consists of approximately 3.5 miles of shoreline and is about 1 ¼ miles long.  The private 6± acre lot is located on the northwest shore of the pond with southeast exposure.  The pond is fed by Copeland Brook and Mill Stream.  The outlet of the pond is Moosehorn Stream which flows into the Dead River, to Alamoosook Lake, to Narramissic River and then into the tidal section of the Orland River.  This is the fisherpersons dream location. The elevations on the land runs from about 60 feet above sea level at the shore of the pond to just over 200 feet above sea level near the back of the lot.  There is no power at the site and the distance to power makes it not feasible to run.  You are talking off grid with solar or generator for your electricity needs. The historic town of Bucksport has a population of about five thousand people and once was known for its pulp and paper mill which closed in 2014.  The town has bounced back partly due to its close proximity to the cities of Bangor and Ellsworth but also due to its natural beauty along the banks of the famous Penobscot River.  The town has one of the most scenic waterfronts with a fishing wharf, walking path and views of Fort Knox and The Penobscot Observatory.  Downtown Bucksport has great restaurants with some of the best seafood in Maine as well as quant gift shops.  Come enjoy the lifestyle this part of Maine has to offer.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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York Ridge Road Crossing

00 York Ridge Road Ashland ME 04732

Ashland, ME00 York Ridge Road

Price$39,950

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MLS Number 1516980

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address 00 York Ridge Road
  • Acreage 40

The 40± acre parcel of recreational woodland for sale in Ashland, ME is a natural crossing for whitetail deer.  The topography of the land and its location and proximity to agricultural fields as well as the several thousand acres of abutting industrial forest land, make this a natural crossing area for whitetail deer.  Evidence in the snow on a recent visit to the property, indicate deer cross the property very frequently.  The timber harvest that occurred on the property a couple of years ago have improved the lot as a hunting property.  Dozens of potential stand locations can be found on the parcel.  Several apple trees add a bit of attraction to the ruffed grouse and whitetail that frequent the area. The property is very accessible being just ¾ of a mile from a state-maintained road.  York Ridge Road is a town owned road, that is maintained in the summer.  There is no snow plowing that occurs on it during the winter.  The road is a designated ATV trail in the summer and an ITS trail in the winter, for virtually year-round recreational vehicle enjoyment from the property.  A gravel interior road on the parcel would be a good place to park a camper or build an off-grid cabin or home.  Gardner Brook passes by just off the property, and has a population of native brook trout.  You probably won’t catch a trout much bigger than 10 inches or so, but a feed of fresh trout can definitely be caught from Gardner Brook in the spring.  Located in the town of Ashland, this property is surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of land making up the North Maine Woods.  Ashland has a population of about 1300 people.  In Ashland you can find groceries, housewares and gasoline.  More extensive shopping as well as healthcare is available 25 miles away in Presque Isle.  The boundaries of the 40± acres are pretty well identified on the ground with ribbon as well as painted lines.  If you are looking for an affordable cabin site, home site or just a place to park a camper and relax in the woods, then take a good look at York Ridge Road Crossing.  You will want to call me today.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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