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Buying or selling Maine timberland from 10 acres to more than 1,000 acres. Investigate the advantages of this investment and the recreational opportunities that help you enjoy it as the timber provides income and return on investment. Search here for properties for sale, sold and currently pending land properties.

10.8± buildable acres for sale

775 Transalpine Road Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME775 Transalpine Road

Price$32,000

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MLS Number 1528622

  • Land
  • Address 775 Transalpine Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 10.8

Looking for a place to build your dream home?  Want to have a summer get-away in the heart of the Lincoln Lakes region?  Maybe you’ve been searching for just the right place to park your RV or camper.  No matter what you’ve been dreaming of – this lot could be just what you’ve been looking for!  10.8± surveyed acres in the town of Lincoln in a very unrestricted zone (RR1).  The current owners use it as a summer get-away and just bring their tents (there is a tent platform a in place) and enjoy the great outdoors during the day and listen to the loons at night.  It location is less than half a mile from the public boat landing on Little Narrows of Cold Stream Pond so bring your boat, kayak or canoe and explore this or any of the other 13 lakes or the Penobscot River.  ATV and snowmobile trails are also nearby and easy to access from this lot.  With the driveway and a parking area all in and power right at the street half the work is done!  The sloping lot has the potential for some great views of the surrounding are with some strategic clearing and pruning of the mixed woods that cover most of the lot.  There is an interior trail on the lot that is wide enough for an ATV and offers access to many of the elevation levels of the lot.  Located just 4.5 miles from downtown, it’s a great place to be all year round! Lincoln Maine is at the geographic center of the State of Maine.  Lincoln is also a service hub for Northern Penobscot, Southern Aroostook and Western Washington counties.  Healthcare Services include a small hospital, a health center, doctor, dentist and optometrist offices as well as counseling and substance abuse services  Looking for food?  There are several pizza places, a gastro pub, a full-service restaurant/bar and a Chinese restaurant in addition to Subway, McDonalds and Dunkin’.  Lincoln’s Main Street and West Broadway shopping areas have pretty much everything you will need for everyday life.  There are 2 supermarkets, a Wal-Mart, a Walgreens, several small specialty shops, a couple of hardware stores, a building supply store, auto parts stores, florist shops and Marden’s as well as several hair salons, a barber shop and a formalwear shop.  Lincoln also has a full-time police and fire department and ambulance service.  The town offers a wide variety of activities through its Parks and Recreation Department. The school system is SAD #67 and offers K-12 schooling in addition to being part of Northern Penobscot Tech - Region 3 which offers career and technical training to area high school students and a variety of adult education classes.   So whether you are coming for the lakes or just our quiet laid back lifestyle you’ll find Lincoln a great place to live.  The town motto is true – Come for the Lakes – Stay for the Lifestyle!

Listed by Carmen McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Timber – Hunting - Development Land for Sale

M1L9 Colonels Road Sebec ME 04481

Sebec, MEM1L9 Colonels Road

Price$514,000

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MLS Number 1526627

  • Land
  • Address M1L9 Colonels Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 514

Have you sold or have pending a real estate investment and need a quality 1031 exchange replacement property? Are you dreaming about a kingdom sized parcel to create a hunting and recreational retreat? Is it time to develop that homestead with room to grow? Let’s explore 514± forested acres of land in Sebec, Maine. LAND TIMBER WATER – This land is rolling topography with elevations from 480 to 840 FASL. Stony silt loams make up most of the soil types on this parcel and are suitable for growing a multitude of timber species as well as non-timber vegetation preferred by wildlife. The forest on this land has had timber stand improvement harvesting done within the past 10 years. The current mixed wood stand is diverse, uneven aged, well-spaced and growing well. Future timber management is enhanced with nearly 9,000 feet of frontage on Colonels Road and an additional 8,000+ feet of well-built roads accessing the interior of the land. Smith Brook is the water feature within this timber tract that begins from a spring fed pond off the property and runs from south to north through the eastern half of the land before exiting the property and entering Sebec Lake. The brook has both live water sections and ponded areas within the 514 acres creating a very diverse riparian habitat. WILDLIFE & RECREATION – The diverse areas of forest on the property from its hardwood ridges to the ponded wetlands along Smith Brook are home to much of Maine flora and fauna. Because the land has plenty of food, cover and water, it is prime habitat for large game animals such as whitetail deer, moose & black bear. Areas of early successional forest are favored by our favorite upland birds; ruffed grouse and woodcock. Wading birds, ducks and geese all love the beaver pond near the northern boundary. The cold brook is potential rearing waters for wild brook trout. This property and the surrounding area are blessed with an abundance of outdoor recreational possibilities. The land itself is rich with game animals for all types of hunting. The brook has fishing opportunities as do the nearby glacial formed lakes like Sebec and Schoodic. Both have cold water fisheries and size and depth necessary to satisfy all types of boaters. The property has direct access to both an ATV trail system and local snowmobile trails that access the Maine ITS trail system. LOCATION – The town of Sebec is located in the southeast corner of Piscataquis County, ones of Maine’s largest counties by area and the lowest in population at less than 17,000. Sebec has a population of about 650. This rural town is mostly forested or covered in water. This property, while being rural and peaceful, is conveniently located just 6 miles east of the county’s largest town of Dover-Foxcroft. DF is the county seat. It has a hospital, grocery and other shopping, a new skating arena, and is where the kids from Sebec attend public school at Foxcroft Academy. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is about 40 miles from the property. Boston, MA is less than a 4-hour drive. No matter what your interest in owning land is, you can find it here on these 514± acres at Colonels Road in Sebec, Maine. Call, email or text us for more information including interactive maps, video, photos and more.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 3 Norumbega Drive Stockton Springs ME 04981
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MLS Number 1526215

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 2
  • Other Amenities Water View

Welcome to Lot 3 on Norumbega drive, your new two-acre paradise. This two-acre lot is tucked into a small association in Stockton Springs called Osprey Heights. It was given this name because of the frequent sighting of ospreys and the stunning ocean views. The association is on Norumbega drive, but your lot has access to Cape Jellison Road, and Captain Hichborn Way giving you plenty of road frontage to build an easyaccess home. Cape Jellison Road's Northern end is heavily wooded and gives a fantastic layer of woods forprivacy between the suggested building site and the main road. As you walk from the North end of the acreage towards the southern building site you are met with two fern clearings and three large maple trees that have an incredible tapping potential if you want to make some Maine Maple Syrup going into the winter.The location Norumbega Drive delivers both the solitude of a private association, and easy travel time to local towns, stores, restaurants, and adventures. Fort Point State Park is a mile down the road and has some amazing views of the Penobscot River and a public pebble beachfront. This would be a perfect placefor morning walks with a dog, kids, or coffee. Another fantastic option for a 13 minute drive weekend adventure is Fort Knox, one of Maine's most classic locations. Let the kids run around the Fort and its numerous fields. Then to finish off the day, walk five minutes to the Fort Knox Observatory, the world's tallestobservatory. For shopping, restaurants, and utilities, you've got Searsport 10 minutes away and Belfast 20 minutes away.Lot 3 Norumbega Drive is a black canvas ready for someone to come in and make it theirs. The wooded area is completely untouched, undeveloped, and ready for your creativity to take over. Come see this lot, come experience the area, and be the first to make these beautiful two acres into something great.

Listed by Julian King of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land for sale in Somerville, Maine

Frye Road Somerville ME 04348

Somerville, MEFrye Road

Price$32,500

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MLS Number 1493808

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address Frye Road
  • Acreage 0.9

Are you ready for a private camp getaway? Looking for a perfect summer home location? In need of an ideal fishing hole? Look no further! We’ve got everything you could need and more. 0 Frye road is a beautiful lot in the small town of Somerville Maine. Frye Road is a private association running along the water's edge of Long Pond. Your lot is placed on the right side of Frye road surrounded by tall oak trees and pine trees. You’ve got power running along the outside of the lot making installation simple and easy. In the rear of the lot, you have a private clearing of bushes that is frequently visited by deer and other wildlife. Long pond is on the left side of Frye road along with your deeded right of way, making access to the water readily available. You also have a deeded right of way to a small patch of land directly on the water which will be a perfect place to launch kayaks and canoes. The water views from the property are absolutely stunning, and the bass fishing is amazing every year. Somerville Maine is a small town with a population of under 600. The town is in a fantastic location to provide the rural experience, but also isn't too far away from shopping, travel, schooling, etc. You’ve got Augusta only 15 miles away for all shopping, restaurants, airport, or schools. Then, you’ve got Lake St. George Park 15 miles away as well for all camping, swimming, or 11 miles of trail hiking. 0 Frye Road is a beautiful lot in an ideal location to provide the rural camp experience, while also delivering an easy vicinity to all recreational needs. This is a phenomenal property with incredible potential. Come see it today!

Listed by Julian King of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine River Land For Sale

L5-9 Grindstone Road Grindstone Twp ME 04460
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MLS Number 1525958

  • Land
  • Address L5-9 Grindstone Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 9

Are you searching for a year-round accessible waterfront lot with plenty of privacy? These 9 +/- acres located on the East Branch of the Penobscot River in Grindstone Maine need your attention. LAND FEATURES This property has approximately 550 feet of frontage on both sides of Grindstone Road. Grindstone Road is a year-round maintained paved state route. Electric power and communication cable are located roadside. The property is forested land with little to no timber harvesting for many years. Some beautiful large hardwood and softwood trees form the canopy of most of the land. The geography of the parcels is relatively flat with elevations on the land varying from 300 to 320 feet above sea level. The soils in this region are reported to be gravelly and sandy loams that should be good for gardening and growing trees. Frontage along the East Branch of the Penobscot River is shown to be 525 +/- feet by a recent survey. The water frontage is easily accessible from Grindstone Road. This approximate 1.75-acre parcel along the river has a limited area meeting setback requirements for building. Best use of this part of the real estate would be for river access, primitive camping, self-contained RV’s and a vegetative buffer to preserve the water quality of this pristine river. Directly across the road is the balance of the 9 acres. This is all forest with some evidence of former homesteading with a few apple trees and field bushes still living on the land. Build a seasonal cabin or a year-round home on this part of the land. EAST BRANCH PENOBSCOT RIVER Being just one of several branches of the mighty Penobscot River watershed; the East Branch is 75 +/- miles long forming in the dense wilderness in Piscataquis County north of Baxter State Park. The river begins with cold seeps and wild lakes and ponds and picks up volume is it meanders through the foothills of the northern Appalachian Mountains. In the headwaters down this is wild brook trout and landlocked and anadromous Atlantic salmon habitat. The section in Grindstone has some smallmouth bass present that are eager to eat a lure. Paddlers love this river for its wilderness beauty, challenging whitewater and the chance to see numerous bald eagles, moose and other Maine wildlife. LOCATION Grindstone is an unorganized township in northern Penobscot County also known as T1 R7 WELS. Census data for this town is limited, and that is a good thing for privacy of the handful of people that call this home. The town is nearby service towns of Medway, East Millinocket and Millinocket have shopping, supplies and medical services all within 10 to 20 miles from the property. The nearest city is Bangor, about 72 miles to the south of this land for sale. Nearby points of interest include the Penobscot River Trails; a skiing, hiking and paddling facility located 2 miles north of the land. Entrance to Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument is 15 miles north, and both the south and north entrances to Baxter State Park are about 35 miles drive. Are you ready to come take a look? Call or email today for more information and schedule a time to visit this remote yet accessible part of Maine.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land for Sale

70-9 Oak Hill Drive Woodstock ME 04219

Woodstock, ME70-9 Oak Hill Drive

Price$41,000

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MLS Number 1525843

  • Land
  • Address 70-9 Oak Hill Drive
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 1.27
  • Other Amenities Golf

If you are looking to purchase land that provides you with unparalleled access to western Maine recreation in ALL four seasons, this plot is for you! Set in the Androscoggin River Valley, part of the Lakes and Mountains region of western Maine, this private, 1.26-acre lot sits atop Oak Hill Drive in Woodstock, ME where the natural beauty of the surrounding region is on full display! Sitting at 1,000’+/- in elevation you have stunning views of picturesque Lake Christopher (often referred to as Bryant Pond) and some of Maine and New Hampshire's most beautiful mountains. The road is maintained year round and power is available roadside as well.  On Oak Hill Drive, your days can be as action-packed or serenity-filled as you desire. Whether you like to fish, swim, boat, hike, snowmobile, golf, shop, or go apple picking, you won't have to go far to do it all -- this piece of land is the ultimate base camp! All that's left to do is start building your dream home to use as a year-round residence or vacation getaway. Once that's done, you can sit back and watch each season dramatically unfold, from the vibrant colors of spring to the stunning white snow capped mountains of winter, all from your perch on top of the Hill!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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8 Acre waterfront parcel for sale Lubec Maine

163 Lyons Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME163 Lyons Road

Price$78,000

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MLS Number 1525805

  • Land
  • Address 163 Lyons Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 8

Eight Acre waterfront parcel for sale in Lubec Maine. This 8-acre parcel has 1218' on the shores of Morrison Cove and 1020' on the road. Located in the easternmost town in Downeast Maine, the lot offers mature trees of spruce, cedar and white birch throughout the 8 acres of rolling land. Harvest the cedar and build your get-away with the lumber milled from your own trees. Enjoy sunrises over the bay with your morning coffee. Grab your kayak or canoe and explore the ebb and flow of the tides and the island studded cove. Lubec is a coastal community and summertime finds visitors from across the US and other countries. It is the most easterly town in the US and home to the famous West Quoddy Head Lighthouse which marks the most easterly point in the United States and greets the sun first each morning as it spreads its rays across our nation. Lubec has over 90 miles of shorefront and the area offers over 12,000 acres of preserved public lands and parks. Take a hike on one of the many trails at West Quoddy Head State Park, Hamilton Cove or the Pike Lands; grab your kayak or canoe and launch from any number of public sites to experience the ebb and flow of our great tides and explore the island studded bays. Lubec is also home to Summer Keys – a music program that attracts adult students from all over. They come here every year for a week or two to study with artists that have mastered their chosen instrument and on Wednesdays the staff put on a grand concert – free to the public. 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.   A great place to work and play!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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200 Jellison Brook Road Dedham ME 04429

Dedham, ME200 Jellison Brook Road

Price$859,000

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MLS Number 1524627

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 801.75
  • Other Amenities Waterfront

Great investment opportunity with over eight hundred acres with twenty-eight approved subdivision lots ranging in size from 1.85 acres to 8.41 acres. Five of the lots are on a town-maintained road and 23 lots are on a private association road. The infrastructure is all in place with power run to the lots and fire retention pond in place.There is approximately 700 acres not included in the 28-lot subdivision offering room for expansion. This is a great place to build your Maine home and have lots to sell or gift to family.The land is mostly hardwood forest and elevations range from approximately 300' to 700' above sea level. Green Lake with over 3,132 acres of water is within walking distance and offers excellent brook trout, lake trout and landlocked salmon fishing. Jenkins beach and the boat launch is also minutes from the property.This is the perfect location for convenience. The city of Ellsworth is only 12 miles to the east and Bangor is 17 miles to the west, both via Route 1A. Bangor International Airport is 22 miles from the property and is an easy 30-minute drive. Take a day trip to Bar Harbor which is about 45 minutes east. This is a private country location yet convenient to all services.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land with Mountain Views for sale

M1L20 Center Drive Orrington ME 04474
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MLS Number 1524598

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address M1L20 Center Drive
  • Acreage 28.6

Have you ever dreamed of owning part of a mountain?  Well, this is your chance!  Welcome to Kings Mountain in Orrington Maine.  This twenty-eight-acre parcel is located on the northwest side of the mountain with panoramic views of nearby lakes and ponds. The land is also located within the boundaries of the Orrington Game Sanctuary also known as Kings Mountain Game Sanctuary.  This State refuge for game animals takes in about fifteen hundred acres in Southern Penobscot County. The elevations run from 500 to 640 feet above sea level with a topography that lends itself to a daylight foundation.  A Maine log home, contemporary home or a simple cabin, whatever you decide to build can be situated to take advantage of the amazing scenery.   The property has a beautiful mature forest with majestic spruce trees that expand over forty feet in height.  You will find a nice mixture of hardwood species, including some old Oaks that feed the deer.  Along the road frontage is a small field of about half an acre that has some apple trees with a seasonal brook that flows alongside the fruit trees. The back of the property has a powerline easement which provides direct access to the snowmobile trails.  This is a great place to do some hiking as the topography will keep you in shape. If you enjoy boating, the boat launch to Brewer Lake is less than a 10-minute drive.  Brewer Lake takes in the towns of Orrington, Bucksport and Holden Maine.  With nearly 1000 acres of water, you can spend a relaxing day on your boat fishing or just soaking up the sun.  If you enjoy the salt water, the boat launch in South Orrington is about a 15-minute drive.  You can boat from here 20 miles down river into Penobscot Bay.  From Penobscot Bay, you could dock in Belfast and enjoy one of the many fine restaurants this coastal town has to offer. The town of Orrington was incorporated in 1788 and today has a population of around 3,800 people.  The city of Bangor is less than twenty minutes from the property.  Driving time from Boston is just under four hours and forty-five minutes by plane.

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Timberland with Mountain Views

M4L18 Off Route 46 Holden ME 04429

Holden, MEM4L18 Off Route 46

Price$375,000

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MLS Number 1524425

  • Land
  • Address M4L18 Off Route 46
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 170
  • Other Amenities Mountain View

Why live in the city when you can work from home in the country?  This 170± acre lot is extremely private for you to build on yet is only 15 minutes to the historic city of Bangor Maine.  So, you can live away from people but still be close enough to culture when you so desire. The current owner has invested into the access road and power.  The road runs into the lot for about 3,600 feet and brings you to building sites with vista views of the valley to the south.  If you have friends or family looking, this would be a great lot to subdivide with multiple choice building sites.  The power has been run in from route 46 for about 700 feet to a 5-acre lot which has already been surveyed out of the parent parcel, ready to be sold or gifted to a family member. The elevations range from 200 to 360 feet above sea level and this topography offers excellent views of Fitz and Chase Mountains in the neighboring town of Dedham.  If you are considering solar or wind to power your home, you will find an ideal orientation with the hillside of this property facing southerly. For a home office, all you need is to order Starlink and you will be up and running with high-speed internet.  Sit on your front deck, taking in the panoramic views while working on your laptop, if you want to call that working. In the valley of the property is a small brook that flows through a five-acre meadow that looks like a wildlife sanctuary.  The timber in this east section of the land is mostly softwood fir trees that Maine is famous for.  As you increase in elevation, the trees transition to a beautiful mixture of hardwood that will paint an amazing scene with the fall foliage. The cities of Bangor and Brewer Maine are fifteen minutes to the northwest via route 1A.  You will find some fantastic restaurants alongside the scenic waterfront of the Penobscot River.  Bangor’s downtown area is vibrant with café’s, shops and restaurants.  Enjoy a night out in downtown Bangor at the Penobscot Theatre Company located in the historic Bangor Opera House. Head about 20 minutes southeast to Maine’s favorite small city of Ellsworth with a population of around 8,500 people.  Here you will find a classic downtown area with gift shops and amazing restaurants.  Launch your boat at the Ellsworth Park and Marina, boat down Union River Bay, and spend a day out of the ocean overlooking Mount Desert Island or the Blue Hill Peninsula.

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55 Acres of land for sale in Lovell, Maine

Old Waterford Road Lovell ME 04051
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MLS Number 1523962

  • Land
  • Address Old Waterford Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 55

55 acres of forestland with low taxes! This lovely parcel has nearly 1000 ft of paved road frontage with power. It abuts preserved land is located just beneath Sabattus Mountain and it’s hiking trails. The yearly taxes are quite low at $135 per year and is enrolled in Tree Growth. The terrain is gently rolling and sloping and growing some terrific Red Oak and White Pine. There are a few small streams meandering their way to Kezar River.

Listed by Nathan Wadsworth of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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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.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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