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44 Sherman Street Island Falls ME 04747

Island Falls, ME44 Sherman Street

Price$99,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1512481

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Intown
  • Address 44 Sherman Street
  • Bedrooms 5

The previous buyer has changed their mind about moving cross-country so this unbelievable 5-bedroom 1.5 bath Queen Anne Victorian home in the heart of Island Falls Maine is back on the market and waiting to be restored to its former glory.  The home sits on a well-manicured 0.9± acre lot in the middle of Island Falls.  The home has a large wrap around front porch as well as a smaller side porch. The home was built in 1893 by George Kelley, a Timber Baron/lumberman in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Inside the home, many of the historic features have been preserved. In the kitchen are the original cupboards including a built-in flour bin drawer style bread board. In true Victorian tradition, the kitchen gives direct access to the formal dining room as well as the butler’s pantry, the side porch, the cold storage room, and the formal living room.  In the dining room you will notice the stained-glass windows that run throughout the public spaces of the downstairs as well as the master bedroom upstairs. The built-in buffet/China cabinet and corner cupboard as well as the detailed woodwork are reminders of the late 1800’s tradition of large families and “the good China”.  The concentric squares of the hardwood floor in this room as well as the plate rail that runs around the room are subtle reminders that everything centers on the table. On the ceiling you can glimpse the plaster medallion from which the chandelier hangs (they brought it down through the dropped ceiling when they installed it in the 1970’s as an energy saving measure). The formal living room has a traditional hardwood floor and a hand-crafted mantle that shows the talent of the artisan who create it. The front parlor boasts a true parquet floor as well as large pocket doors that isolate it from the living room when pulled shut. The ornate woodwork and carvings throughout the home testify to the workmanship of its builders.  The original entry door and manual doorbell were left intact as well as the curved staircase with its ornate carvings and banister. The master bedroom is located just above the front parlor and echoes the downstairs with its stained-glass windows, hardwood floors and accented woodwork which are also evident in the hallway and the other 3 bedrooms in this area. The 5th bedroom is located on an offset hallway that leads to the back stairs to the kitchen. The home’s full bath is also located off this hallway (This home is reported to be the first in Island Falls to have an actual flush toilet) In the bathroom is the entrance to the attic stairway and ultimately the cupola. The sleeping porch overlooking the southern driveway still has the chain for a hanging swing attached to its slatted ceiling.  Much of this home’s original wiring (knob and tube style) is also still in place.  The cold storage area off the kitchen gives way to the barn. The barn/carriage house does have enough room for a smaller vehicle and has entrances on both the south and north sides. It features a large loft-style storage area above with access stairs. The basement still has the remnants of the cistern (used for collecting water prior to the advent of town water supplies) as well as the hand pump for accessing the water. The home does have some modern updates as well. In the kitchen, they have removed the wood cook stove (and discontinued its chimney) and installed a gas range and electric refrigerator. They have also added a laundry area in the kitchen.  The fireplace in the living room has a lined chimney and is fitted for a wood stove insert.  A direct-vent propane heater on the opposite end of the living room. That and the fireplace are the home’s only functional heat at the present time.  The original ladies’ day room is now a half bath and could easily be upgraded to a second full bath.  The entryway itself was “updated” with wood paneling in the 1970’s but could be restored to plaster for a more authentic look.  There are dropped ceilings in many of the rooms that could be removed for aesthetics as well.  Some of the electric (including the entrance and circuit breaker box) are updated and the plumbing is still functional. The bathroom has been “modernized” over the years as well making it somewhat disconnected in style from the rest of the house.  The home is now serviced by the town water district and has its own septic system. Outside, the sloping back lawn features apple trees, a patch of rhubarb, flower gardens and a patch of fiddlehead ferns as well as a tree border for plenty of privacy.  Whether gardening is your idea of outdoor fun, or you love to ride snowmobiles, bikes or ATVS or fish and hunt there are plenty of outdoor activities just outside your door.  From the back yard you have direct access to both ATV and snowmobile trails. The Mattawamkeag River is just a minute’s walk from the front door.  Within the Town of Island falls you will find 2 lakes for boating, swimming, and fishing as well as the river.  The town itself, aptly named for a small riffling fall near an island in the West Branch of the Mattawamkeag River, is in Southern Aroostook County and has a population of approximately 835 people.  There is a grocery store, a small café, a gas station, and an auto repair garage as well as a world-renowned yoga studio in one of the oldest homes in town.  This is small town America.  Many Amish have settled here and provide storage buildings, furniture, and workmanship/labor to the area in addition to an abundance of farm fresh produce.  There are potato farms around the area and plenty of forest land open to hunters and hikers.  If you are looking for the quiet life away from the city, Island Falls is a great place to consider.

Listed by Carmen McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Country home with water views

31 Mcconnell Lane Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME31 Mcconnell Lane

Price$120,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1512467

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 31 Mcconnell Lane
  • Location Rural
  • Rooms 7

Located in the most easterly town in the US, this country ranch is sited on 1.98 acres with distant views of Johnson’s Bay.  Located off popular North Lubec Road, this 1968± ranch can use a little TLC.  The home offers 4 bedrooms and sits high and dry with views of the town of Lubec and the bay off in the distance.   The 1.98 acre lot has a separate water, sewer and power set-up for a mobile home or camper.  Rent this lower lot and help pay a mortgage. The land gently slopes down from the house to the road and is mostly open with good sunlight.  Great for gardens, a small pasture for animals – maybe a hobby farm? Lubec is a traditional fishing village and is the easternmost town in the United States. Formerly the 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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Oceanfront Land for sale in Lubec, Maine

4 Ledge Lane Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME4 Ledge Lane

Price$150,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1512392

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address 4 Ledge Lane
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 2.8

Tucked in off a well-maintained private road is this 2.8-acre parcel with 200’ on popular Straight Bay.  This partially developed lot offers 200’ on the waterfront and 200’ on Ledge Lane.  A grassy driveway, septic system and well are already installed.  The only thing remaining is your RV, camper, forever home or cottage and of course power which is located on the road. Westerly views from the waterfront provide a front row seat for watching Mother Nature paint the evening sky with all the colors of the rainbow mixed for some of the most beautiful sunsets. Located just “’down the road” from a any number of parks open to the public for hiking, kayaking and enjoying the trails, one can launch their kayak from home and paddle to these parks for an afternoon picnic and kayak back home.  Lubec is a traditional fishing village and is the easternmost town in the United States. Formerly the 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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176 High Head Road East Machias ME

MLS Number 1512365

  • Mobile Home
  • Address 176 High Head Road
  • Property SubType Manufactured Home
  • MLS Status Active
  • Year Built 1991

If you are looking for a do it yourself investment property, or a great building spot close to town, check out this 3.82 wooded lot in the High Head Subdivision, close to the Gardner lake boat landing and the common lots. Long winding drive keeps the home very private, nice 2 car garage w/attached mudroom into the 1991 double wide home. Laundry room, sitting area w/fireplace, large kitchen, dining, living, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths along w/a screen porch. This home was rented and not well cared for, it does need extensive work. Repair, replace or build, the options are there!

Listed by Janine Hawkins of Lubec Office

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6 Washington Street Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME6 Washington Street

Price$39,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511980

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 6 Washington Street
  • Site Features Corner Lot,Level
  • Bathroom 1

Blank Slate! This 3 bedroom 1 bath home has the potential to be great. Located in Lincoln in a quiet neighborhood on a desirable corner lot, this home can be finished to your specifications. It is currently stripped to the stud's and ready for you to make your dream reality. Currently only has the fireplace for heat but could easily be heated with a heat pump and perhaps electric baseboards in the upstairs bedrooms. Bring your hammer and some dreams and come check this home out.

Listed by Emily Pond of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Affordable Land for Sale

Lot 45 Route 2 Mattawamkeag ME 04459

Mattawamkeag, MELot 45 Route 2

Price$95,200

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511885

  • Land
  • Address Lot 45 Route 2
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 136

136± Acres of Maine land for sale located in a wilderness area, yet with year-round road access, grid power and communication lines along the road frontage. If you’re searching for a homestead site, a location for your new hunting cabin, or a good timber investment property to get your portfolio started, this is a property that can solve all those needs. This parcel fronts Route 2 in Mattawamkeag, Maine for 900± feet. An access road enters the western side of the property near the center of the road frontage. This road is accessible by most vehicles for about 2,300 feet. The remaining road system, previously used as a winter road, extends another 2,400± feet to nearly the eastern bound of the land currently more of a hiking path but with some work could be opened for an all-terrain vehicle trail or road. The highpoint of the property is near the paved road frontage at an elevation of about 460 FASL. The land then slowly descends to 390± FASL into a forested wetland before rising to about 418± FASL at the eastern boundary. NRCS soil mapping shows about 40 acres of wet soils and the remaining 90± acres of various stony/gravelly loam and complex mixes of soils. Most of these are perfect for growing the mixed species forest present on the land. The town has minimal zoning so uses of the property are nearly unlimited. You have the freedom to do more here than most places. This heavily forested region of Maine is known for excellent big game hunting for whitetail deer, moose and bear. Much of the surrounding region is uneven aged forests with many early successional hardwood areas that offer excellent upland bird hunting. Much of this is owned in large tracts by timber companies who, for the most part, allow recreational hunting on their lands. Groomed and maintained snowmobile trails are nearby as well as an ATV trail system. The property has no water feature; however, both the Penobscot and Mattawamkeag Rivers are within 5 miles of the property. Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park is a short drive with good access to the Mattawamkeag River for fishing and paddling opportunities. The 1000-acre park has trails and campsites. A couple of nearby landings on the Penobscot River will get you on the river for some of the eastern United States best fishing. The Town of Mattawamkeag has a population of 680±. Most of those live near the confluence of the two rivers. This is a rural bedroom town with most residents either working in Lincoln, Bangor or in the forest products industry. Lincoln is located about 17 miles from the property and has all services and shopping you will need for living. Bangor is about a 65-mile drive. Call now for more information or to schedule a showing before this is gone.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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234± acres Maine Land for Sale

Lot 25 Route 2 Mattawamkeag ME 04459

Mattawamkeag, MELot 25 Route 2

Price$139,200

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511865

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address Lot 25 Route 2
  • Acreage 234

Timber and recreational land for sale in Mattawamkeag Maine. This parcel fronts for over 1000 feet on a year-round accessible road with over 1 mile of interior road access. If you have been looking for that investment and recreational property in Maine this is the one you should come see. The land fronts on a Route 2 for more than 1,000 feet, Electric and communication lines are located at the street. More than 4,800 feet of interior road gains access to most of the interior of the land. A mix of hardwood and softwoods timber and upland and wetland cover the property. The soils on this land are a mix up stony loams and peat and other wetland soils, these are ideally good for growing trees and providing habitat for wildlife. The topography of the property is mostly level with elevations varying from 400 to about 450 FASL. Timber on the land is a mix of hardwoods like maple, beach and poplar and softwoods of hemlock, spruce, fir and pine. This region of Maine is well known for large whitetail deer, moose and black bear. The land here is perfect for use as a hunting property with an advantage of growing timber for investment. Build your hunting cabin deep in the woods of this property or your home closer to the state-maintained road and grid utilities. Mattawamkeag has a population of approximately 680. The rural community is located on the northeast corner of Penobscot County on the border with Aroostook County. Points of interest in the town include the 1,000 acres Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park with its frontage along the Mattawamkeag River and its class II to IV whitewater including Gordon Falls. The Penobscot River forms most of the town’s western boundary. The property is located about 17 miles north of the service town of Lincoln. Lincoln has a hospital, many stores and shops, major grocery stores, hardware and building materials, restaurants and more services. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is located 65 miles or about a 1 hour 15-minute drive and Baxter State Park is 42 miles northwest. Call today for more details and/or to schedule a showing of the property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Recreation and Investment Land

PL2 Off Yankee Woodshed Road Glenwood ME 04497

MLS Number 1511853

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 250
  • Other Amenities Waterfront

This affordable 250± acres of Maine land has everything an outdoor enthusiast could want with the investment potential of growing timber.  The land is a mixed wood forest with a harvest done over portions of the western side of the property. Battle Brook meanders through the eastern half of the parcel for about 3,500 feet. This is a slow-moving stream with a ponded area from a beaver dam. The moose, whitetail deer and black bear love the habitat along the edge of the water feature. From the stream at about 520 FASL, the land rises east and west up a ridge to about 590 FASL. From the Yankee Woodshed Road access to the land is over an interior road. This gravel road crosses the southwest quadrant of the land and ends at the height of land on a sugar maple ridge. This thinned stand of mature maple could be used for sugarbush. A branch of the interior road travels southeast towards Battle Brook. The land is in the northern Maine town of Glenwood Plantation. The population of this town was reported at 3 in the 2010 census, let’s make it 4. The property is located about 32 miles south of Houlton and 39 miles north of Lincoln. This tract is located off a private access road approximately 2 miles off Route 2A. This is a very remote region of Maine with hundreds of thousands of undeveloped forest land. Wytopitlock Lake is nearby as well as the Mattawamkeag River. This is hunting and fishing nirvana with most of the timberland in the area open to recreational use. If you are looking for a great property to escape crowds for hunting, homesteading, or just getting away from it all, with the added opportunity to manage a forest for future revenue from timber and maple syrup production; come take a look at this 250± acres in southern Aroostook County.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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39 Cold Stream Estates Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME39 Cold Stream Estates

Price$33,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511842

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 9.5
  • Other Amenities Waterfront

Located in Lincoln Maine home of 13 lakes, this 9.5 acre lot is your little piece of heaven within walking distance to one of these lakes/ponds. As a member of Cold Stream Estates you are afforded a ROW to Cold Stream Pond. ROW is across the road from 22 Go Devil rd next to the log home. Power at the road. The lot was cleared, pad was installed, and driveway installed by previous owner. Come take a look at this nice parcel of land today.

Listed by Emily Pond of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land for sale in Troy, Maine

1031 Detroit Road Troy ME 04987

Troy, ME1031 Detroit Road

Price$100,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511511

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 1031 Detroit Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 97

Welcome to your beautiful 97-acre lot, rich with the potential of becoming whatever you can imagine. A country home site ready to be built on today, an incredible hunting camp with tons of deer, and rolling fields that lead into around 90 acres of pure woods. The front of the lot is on a paved state road with power, phone, and internet ready to be hooked up. Approximately 10 acres of gorgeous field back by plenty of woodland with a fantastic variety of hard & soft wood species. This property is abutted by hundreds of acres of state-owned wildlife conservation land which means the view behind your property will never change. Enjoy the Maine woods forever! Direct access to snowmobile trails & some of the best hunting around. Come and look today!

Listed by Julian King of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Affordable Maine Hunting and Investment Land

M12L11 Off Cone Road Amity ME 04471

Amity, MEM12L11 Off Cone Road

Price$32,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511495

  • Land
  • Address M12L11 Off Cone Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 45

Land in Maine has been discovered and it is getting hard to find an affordable tract for recreation and investment. Come take a look at these 45± acres of forest and waters in the Aroostook County town of Amity priced at just $32,000. The land is located in a hard-to-find remote off grid location. If you are lucky enough to find this lot you are going to locate piece and quiet not found in many places today. The land consists of rolling forestland that has not been timber harvested in many years. It is a pleasure to walk under the canopy of this mixed wood forest on your way to the wetland and brook that runs through the center of the property. About ¼ of the property is open wetlands on both sides of the tributary of Durrell Brook. Elevations on site are about 600 to 640 FASL. Soils are good for farming in the northwestern quadrant according to NRCS online soil mapping. This is an area well know for wildlife such as moose and black bear, and is terrific habitat for ruffed grouse. Snowmobiling and ATV riding are popular in this area with many nearby maintained trails.   Amity is a rural town with a population of approximately 240 people. The geography of the town is rolling timberlands intermixed with small farm fields, wetlands, and ridges. Amity is located about 16 miles south of the service town of Houlton, Maine. This border town of New Brunswick Canada has shopping, restaurants and other entertainment, a hospital and many other services. Aroostook County is a friendly place and is Maine’s largest county by far at 6,828 square miles and a population of only 71,000±. Most of the county is forested except for the eastern side which has some of Maine’s largest farms. If you are looking to getaway from it all, call to get more information on this property today.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Webber Road Off-Grid Cabin Site

00 Webber Road Crystal ME 04747

Crystal, ME00 Webber Road

Price$64,800

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1511228

  • Land
  • Address 00 Webber Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 48

The Webber Road Off-Grid cabin site a 48± acre unimproved timber land parcel.  Located off of the Webber Road, this tract of land is part of a South of Fish Stream division of land that was created in 1996.  The timber tract has frontage on the Webber Road.  Having over 1276 feet of road frontage makes all of this property easily accessible.  The property has a heavy stocking of mixed wood.  This parcel is an excellent small timber tract for having an affordable piece of Maine as an investment diversification.  A recent walk through the parcel, found stands of spruce, fir, cedar, as well as many species of hardwood.  The property is accessed from the Webber Road, which is plowed to just before the property in the winter.  The parcel is only 500± feet from Fish Stream, which is a tributary to the Mattawamkeag River.  Fish Stream is navigable and is excellent for canoeing and fishing with a good population of native brook trout.  The forested area surrounding the property has only 3 nearby neighbors, two of which are seasonal camps and one, off-grid property being occupied year-round.  If you are looking for a possible off-grid homesite or cabin site, this property is worth a serious look.  The woods around the property are home to ruffed grouse, snow shoe hare, white tailed deer and moose.  Speaking of white tail deer, this area has some serious whitetail bucks that roam the forests surrounding this property.  One of Maine’s largest bucks was taken very close to this property.  The fabled Potato Pile Buck.   The following comes from North American Whitetail’s September 22, 2010 issue written by Dick Idol:  “It is indeed impressive, and not just for a potato farm. Decades later, the rack alone still weighs over 10 pounds! The gross typical score of the basic 5x5 frame is a whopping 209 2/8 inches, among the highest ever. Unfortunately, there are 16 inches of deductions, but even with them figured in, the net Boone and Crockett score comes to 192 2/8: easily Maine's state record then, and still the top mark today.” The Webber Road Off-Grid cabin site would fit the bill as a small timber investment.  A superior hunting and fishing recreational cabin location.  It would also fit the bill as an off-grid homesite.   The property is surrounded by conservation ground owned by the Nature Conservancy as well as large tracts of working forests.  If you are looking for property that abuts large tracts of conservation ground, then this property is one of a very few properties that ever come to market.  Call today!

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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