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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.

Off-Grid Property for Sale in Brownfield, ME

0000 TBD Road Brownfield ME 04010

Brownfield, ME0000 TBD Road

Price$245,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1469890

  • Land
  • Address 0000 TBD Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 112.58

Nestled into the Eastern shoulders of the Burnt Meadow Mountains in Brownfield, Maine, this secluded cabin in the woods will be your oasis. Retreat into 112± acres of wooded mountainside complete with ready-made glamping experience next to a peaceful wildlife pond that invites a flycast or a moonlight dip. The 2-room cabin includes kitchen with propane stove, fridge, and heater. The main room features built-ins, sleeping loft, and woodstove. While not presently serviced by water or septic, a 3-bedroom septic system and drilled well are installed onsite. Outside you will enjoy a deck, woodshed, tent platform, guest cabin, and privy. Looking for more space and comfort? Much site work has been completed to prepare for the next stages of construction. A solar panel provides electricity now; more stanchions are in place for future expansion of your off-grid solar power array. A generator stands ready for use. A serious work yard sits a short distance away from the cabin—a 12x24 barn/shed with electricity (rainy day rec room potential), an 8x24 lean-to shed, a large tented workspace, and level ground conducive to many uses like a greenhouse. Like to hike? Woods, roads, and trails lead to great views while gaining 800 feet of elevation. Your very own observation tower stands sentinel at the top of Mt. Mani! A conservation easement (CE) serves to sustain natural features including a productive forest, exemplary natural communities, and significant wildlife habitats. The easement imposes use limitations on 80± acres of the subject property including the prohibition of motorized vehicular use for recreational purposes. Other restrictions are outlined in the Conservation Deed, however, no guaranteed public access is imposed. There are 82.6± acres enrolled in Maine’s Tree Growth program. Landowner and neighbor have License Agreement that allows certain reciprocal uses of the other’s land.  

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Off Grid Bug Out Land with Trout Stream

P2L3 Off Williamsburg Road Williamsburg Twp ME 04414

MLS Number 1469821

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 367

Looking to escape from the world in a remote and safe location surrounded by conservation and native tribal lands? Here is your opportunity to own 367 +/- forested acres in the northern unorganized township of Williamsburg. No town roads, no noisy neighbors! This land is located nearly 2 miles off the town road on a private gravel and slate access road. Yes, you can throw up a gate at the start of this property. When you get to this land you notice a nice mix of both hardwood and softwood timber, including some impressive white pines. The rolling landscape is at 500 to 700 feet of elevation. There are already some nice views from the land, and with some tree clearing the views could be spectacular. The property has over a mile of interior roads and trails. The land is surrounded by landowners who conserve both land and wildlife. For an avid hunter this is a dream spot with little pressure from others. Recreation on this property includes hunting, fishing, snowmobiling with a trail through a portion of the property. The investment opportunity here is owning a diverse uneven aged forest with potential for timber harvesting now and into the future. Three water features on this property provide habitat for fish, birds, large and small game animals. Two branches of Whetstone Stream come together on this land and are teaming with wild Maine brook trout. This stream flows through Williamsburg and in Brownville it joins the Pleasant River. In the north west corner of the land a 1 1/12 acre beaver pond is attracting a number of moose and whitetail deer to its shores. Williamsburg is an unorganized township with a low tax rate and a population less than 100. The taxes for 2020 are only $402! This region of Piscataquis County is where you will find Katahdin Ironworks, Appalachian Trail, the Pleasant River drainage, Gulf Hagas and the Jo-Mary forest. If an off grid location in a recreational rich region with a timber investment opportunity you should call today to come see this property.    

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Investment + Recreational Timber Land for Sale

Lot 97+99 Winding Hill Road Crystal ME 04747

MLS Number 1468780

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 108

108 +/- acres of well wooded timberland for sale in the southern Aroostook town of Crystal, Maine A well-stocked mixed wood site with access to some of the state’s best snowmobile trails. This is a place to build that log cabin you have been dreaming about and live a self-reliant lifestyle in a remote part of New England. The land is located on a private gravel road ½ mile from the nearest public road. This means you will have privacy! The forest is mixed with hardwoods and softwoods. Soils are mostly well drained silt and gravel loams per NRCS soil surveys. The trees grow well here. Elevations on site are approximately 600 +/- feet above sea level and the land is slightly sloping. Near the southern extreme of the land a branch of Webster Brook Crosses the land. This is wild brook trout water. This brook feeds into nearby Fish Stream which continues into the pristine Mattawamkeag River. Bring your fishing rod and a kid to explore the possibilities. You would not move to this part of Maine without a love of the outdoors. This is a region that is well known for being in touch with the land and the natural environment. For more than a hundred years the local population has been working in the forest logging and tilling the fields for farming, and these lifestyles continue today. After work, your back yard is a virtual outdoor recreation nirvana. Hundreds of nearby lakes and ponds plus many rivers and streams. Baxter State Park and its many miles of scenic hiking trails are ½ hour from the property. Access to some of the most remote forest lands open to public recreation surround this area. Crystal, Maine is a very small town with a population of 269 according to the 2010 census. This town has rolling farm fields and large undeveloped parcels of woodlands. Patten is the nearest service town and it is just 2 ½ miles drive from this land. If you need to get away for more shopping opportunities the city of Bangor is 90 +/- miles south and Houlton is less than 40 miles east of Crystal. Call us today for more information and let's take a look at this affordable Maine land for sale.

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Farm, Timber, and Homesteading Land for Sale in Patten, ME

Lot 6+10C Aroostook Scenic Highway Patten ME 04765

MLS Number 1468757

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 148.9
  • UsmAmenities Waterfront

End your search for a quality parcel of Maine land at this 148± acres in Patten, Maine. The land has about 44± acres in fields and the remaining land is timberland. All of this is set at the doorstep of Mt Katahdin. The property is a corner lot on both Aroostook Scenic Highway and Crystal Brook Road with about 1± mile frontage combined on both roads. The land is moderately sloping with elevations from 600 to 700± feet. The soils per NRCS are silty and gravelly loams, most of which are considered good for farming. The forest on the property is well wooded with the majority of the acres consisting of mixed wood timber. The frontage along Aroostook Scenic Highway overlooks the 44± acres of rolling fields. These are ideal for crops and grazing lands. A branch of Webster Brook passes southeast across the fields for irrigation if needed. Homestead potential is written all over this property. The long road frontage and topography of the land would make it easy to divide for family or resale of lots for a return on investment. If you love the outdoors and have been looking for a place to set some roots, this is the region of Maine for you. Patten is a small town in northern Penobscot County and is the last service town before you set off into the north entrance of Baxter State Park and Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Hunt the big woods for ruffed grouse, whitetail deer, moose, and black bear. Fish for wild trout and land-locked salmon in the wilderness ponds, lakes, and rivers. Hike a mountain trail and the international Appalachian trail. ATV and snowmobile on some of the northeast’s most scenic trails. All this and more can be enjoyed in the area in and around Patten. Patten is a small town with a population of approximately 1,000 people. It is rural but has a grocery store, hardware store, a couple restaurants, two health clinics, other stores, and the Lumberman's Museum. Located about 10± miles off I-95, this town enjoys a peacefulness not found in many areas of the country today. If you are going to build a new home or cabin, do it on quality land. Call today for a property information package or to schedule a time to see it.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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7.7 acres of woods and waterfront on South Bay

M8 L2-2 Lead Mine Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, MEM8 L2-2 Lead Mine Road

Price$105,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1468737

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 7.7

7.7 acres of woods and waterfront on South Bay in the coastal community of Lubec, Maine are available for your new get-away or forever home. The property is pretty level from road to cliffs on the waterfront. Enjoy awesome sunsets with the south westerly views. A right of way thru the abutting property brings you by the front half of the property to the middle of it where you can put in your private drive to the waterfront. When the property was divided, a number of test sights were marked for possible septic system placement. The property is heavily wooded with a variety of trees. Enjoy deer, moose, bear and small game as they wonder thru the property. The coastal community of Lubec is the most easterly town in the United States and enjoy’s the first rays of sun to shine on the nation each day. The town offers 90+ miles of shorefront, pristine beauty and quiet solitude. Breath in the fresh briney air, the smells of coastal living mixed with the smell of spruce and pine trees. Enjoy walks on the numerous trails in the parks scattered around town and within 30 minutes drive from Lubec. Trails that take you thru the deep woods to the cliffs of the Bold Coast; thru peat bogs to the sandy beach along the mighty Atlantic; and those along the shores of the inner bays where you can experience the ebb and flow of the 18-22’ tides. Grab your kayak or canoe and a light lunch and explore the island studded bays. Experience the solitude and pristine beauty of the shorefront as you glide thru the water. Enjoy the antics of the seals, shorebirds, and other marine life as they go about catching their daily meal or just playing in the tides. Washington County, also known as the sunrise county, is the most easterly county in the state and the nation. With a total population of 32,000 and a density level of 10/sq. Mile that makes it the 3rd least populated county in the state. Some facts about Washington County may have folks scratching their head - like Cherryfield is the blueberry capital of the world, where crimson colored fields of the fall turn blue with berries in the summer and where you have to drive northeast from southern Maine to go Down East. The 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.. With tides averaging between 18-22’; 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 doesn’t 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. There is so much to share – from the pristine beauty of the area, the diverse programs offered in the summer, the sleepy winters that bring about winter activities – both indoor and out. Downeast Maine – a great place to be year-round or seasonal. Whether you are here for a one time visit, a yearly stay or a lifetime, Lubec offers something for everyone! Life - the way life IS in Downeast Maine!

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Oceanfront Land For Sale in Maine

M8 L2-1 Lead Mine Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, MEM8 L2-1 Lead Mine Road

Price$120,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1468738

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 12.29

Enjoy Downeast Maine in all its raw beauty on this 12+ acre lot. The property looks over South Bay to conservation land at Red Point. The property sits high and dry, and it is mostly level from road to shore where the cliffs meet the waterfront. A right of way for lot two is shared with this lot for access to the ocean frontage towards the front of both lots, from there one would build their private drives. South Westerly views showcase awesome sunsets. Bring your vision for your forever home or get-a-way. Lubec is a coastal community and summertime brings 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 numerous Cobscook Trails scattered throughout the town. 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 islands. The town of Lubec is located in Washington County, also known as the Sunrise County because it welcomes the first rays of light each day. The 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. With tides averaging between 18-22’; 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 doesn’t 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. There is so much to share – from the pristine beauty of the area, the diverse programs offered in the summer, the sleepy winters that bring about winter activities – both indoor and out. Downeast Maine – a great place to be year-round or seasonal. Whether you are here for a one-time visit, a yearly stay, or a lifetime, Lubec offers something for everyone!

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Maine Hunting and Recreational Land For Sale

Lot 1 Philpot Ridge Road Orneville Twp ME 04463

MLS Number 1467900

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 65

If you are searching for a place to live and recreate year-round you may want to consider this 65-acres of Maine forestland located in the low taxed Unorganized Territory of Orneville. The property is a mixture of hardwood ridge and softwood bottom lands along an unnamed feeder brook of Alder Stream. Apple trees near the road and into the interior of the land indicate that this was probably an old farm or homestead in the past. A recent timber thinning has left a well distributed stand of trees with many new trails for access into the back of the property which double for good shooting lanes for the avid hunter. This looks like excellent whitetail deer habitat and the tracks and other signs confirm it. Several ridges and valleys running north and south are travel corridors for game. While this looks like recreational timberland it can be much more. The property fronts on a public road with electricity at the street. Build your driveway into the land a few hundred feet and you will have no neighbors in sight. The land has a pleasant rolling topography from 300 to 450 feet +/-. Recreation in this location is not confined to just hunting and fishing. ATV trails are accessible from the land. There are several lakes nearby such as Big and Little Boyd Lakes, Schoodic Lake and Sebec Lake. Just north of this location is the Appalachian Trail, Moosehead Lake and the North Maine Woods. Come see what this region has to offer the outdoor enthusiast. Ornevill is an unorganized township. That means the State of Maine and the county take care of code enforcement, property taxes and other services. This keeps the property tax very low. This isa savings you will notice over the term of your ownership. The 2010 census had the population at 253. This is a quiet place that few people know about. Ready to come get your chunk of Maine ground? Call today for details.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land for Sale in Farmington, Maine

182 + 188 Music Road Farmington ME 04938

MLS Number 1467610

  • Land
  • Address 182 + 188 Music Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 14.8
  • UsmAmenities Golf, Mountain View

This piece of property located at 182 Music Road offers the best of both worlds...convenience AND privacy! Located just minutes from the creature comforts of downtown Farmington -- Maine’s foremost four-season destination and gateway to the western mountains -- sits 14.8-acres of rural, recreational land ready for you to play on (think four-wheeling excursions, primitive camping/hiking, and mountain biking) in total seclusion. The only music that you will hear on Music Road is the song of wild turkeys, the wind making passes over the healthy stands of hardwood, and the echoing ore of the nearby mountains. When you are ready to take advantage of all the recreational activities in the surrounding area, you’ll only need to drive about 6 miles to Wilson Lake to swim, boat, and fish, or 29 miles to Sugarloaf Mountain to golf, ski, and zip line! There is a well and septic on-site, and an existing clearing is ready for you to build a camp or year-round home on. This property’s buildable envelope won’t leave you needing to compromise on your build’s orientation in order to take advantage of any number of views, either -- mountain tops, open fields, and mature woods are all part of the deal here! If you are looking for a homesite in a secluded, yet convenient location, look no further! This piece of Music Road property is sure to be music to your ears and eyes!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Penobscot River Land for Sale

11 Gardner Lane Howland ME 04448

Howland, ME11 Gardner Lane

Price$39,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

Under Contract, Show

MLS Number 1467438

  • Land
  • Address 11 Gardner Lane
  • Acreage 2.31

We know that good land for building on a river is hard to find. We just found the perfect lot at 11 Gardner Lane in Howland with 2.31 +/- surveyed acres and more than 300 feet of deep-water frontage. The lot is a level 2.31+/- acres with 312 +/- feet of frontage on the Penobscot River. Large trees cover the property and provide shade and privacy year-round with the majority being softwoods of hemlock, spruce, balsam fir and white pine. The land is very gently sloped almost flat and level. Developing this property for a home, cabin or RV site will be easier than any lot we have seen recently. The land is located on a private gravel road less than ¼ mile from the town plowed and paved road. Living here year-round should be no problem. There is grid electric power road side and one or two poles will get you to your choice building spot on the land unless you choose to go underground.  This parcel is located on the main stem of the Penobscot River; the longest river in Maine. The Penobscot forms from pristine waters in the north woods of the state with the north south east and west branches merging and finally coming together as one large river in Medway. From there it flows to Howland and the property we have for sale. The property is located just above a hydro dam and typically enjoys a more consistent water level than other parts of the river. This is great boating and some of the finest smallmouth bass fishing you will find in this country. Howland, Maine is a bedroom community of Lincoln and Bangor. No major shopping malls are located here, just small businesses, a diner, a couple gas stations and convenience stores. Most service business and healthcare are located in Lincoln, approximately 14 miles north of the property and Bangor 35 +/- miles to the south. This town's population is approximately 1,200. The village of Howland is an island surrounded by the Piscataquis and Penobscot Rivers and the connector stream of Merrill Brook.

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There is a Pond on this Off-Grid Land

Lot 18 Cookson Road Greenfield Twp ME 04418
Under Contract, Show

MLS Number 1467400

  • Land
  • Address Lot 18 Cookson Road
  • Acreage 87

Are you searching for a large tract of land to build your off-grid home or recreational cabin? Looking for a quiet spot to start your homestead in Maine? Look more at this 87 +/- acres hilltop lot in Greenfield, Maine. The property is located approximately ½ mile off a public road with access over a deeded right of way that reaches the highpoint of the property. This location appears to be an old farm or homestead site. Apple trees dot this level hilltop location with an elevation of about 410 feet. The NRCS soil survey indicates this area to be soils suitable for moderate to intensive farming. Most of the acreage is forestland well stocked with young trees. A beaver pond located in the southwest corner of the property would be a good location for an outpost cabin for hunting or paddling. The pond is about 5 acres in size and it’s outflow feeds Avery Brook, a cold tributary of Olamon Stream and part of the Penobscot River watershed. Recreation from this site is obvious for hunting and fishing. Trophy whitetail deer, black bear, moose, upland birds and waterfowl can all be seen on this property. For the trail riders there are ATV trails accessible from the Cross Road. The land is close to millions of acres of undeveloped forestlands and these large landowners allow public access for most outdoor recreation. The rural town of Greenfield is a Maine unorganized township. What does that mean you ask? The town has no local government to support so the property taxes here are some of the cheapest you will find in Penobscot County. The population is around 300. Don’t move here for government services, come here to be self-sufficient and enjoy the open spaces and solitude. Greenfield is rural, however, when you need services such as grocery stores, professional services, building materials, health care and more. Old Town and Bangor Maine are just 18 and 30 miles drive respectively. If you need more information call or email to request a property information package. If you are ready to come take a look, call today before this parcel goes under contract.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Oceanfront Land Lot for Sale in Maine

Lot 96 Maker's Point Road Jonesport ME 04649

MLS Number 1467173

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 5.63

Welcome to Lot 96 on Makers Point Road in the quaint seaside fishing village of Jonesport, Maine! Nestled in the Indian River Bay, with 210’ of ocean frontage, this 5.63-acre piece of property is all about the views and the recreational opportunities! With power available at the road, this oceanfront land is primed for a year-round home or a summer cottage. When you drive onto the property you will feel the peace and serenity of a time you thought was long past. Eagles fly overhead, seals sun on the rocks offshore, local lobster boats chug by, and the smell of sea roses infuse the air. Hedged by a traditional working waterfront community and an abundance of natural beauty, this piece of property really is a quintessential, unspoiled slice of Downeast Maine. From your own backyard, you can jump into your kayak and explore surrounding islands, tidal pools, and beaches. You can harvest your own fresh mussels at low-tide, or buy fresh lobster straight from the nearby pier. You can hike on Great Wass Island, swim at nearby Sandy River Beach, or cycle along the rocky coast of Maine. If you want to live amongst the natural beauty, the recreational opportunities, the people, and the food of Downeast Maine, Lot 96 on Makers Point Road may just be the plot for you!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Land for Sale in Lubec, ME

Lot 24 + 8 Lubec Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, MELot 24 + 8 Lubec Road

Price$149,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1466220

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 50

Looking for acreage with privacy, off-grid potential, and waterfront? This just may be the one for you— 50± acres of wooded waterfront with 1200± feet on beautiful South Bay. Located in the most easterly town in the U.S., this 50± acre parcel offers wood to cut, high, dry land, 20-foot cliffs overlooking pristine South Bay, and privacy. Your closest neighbors will be deer, moose, bear, and a lot of smaller animals. Great area for hunting and recreating. Build your get-away cabin or hunting lodge and enjoy the beauty of Downeast Maine. The property is approximately 4500± feet from the road to the shore making it the perfect property for alternative power, a place where you can go and unplug from the everyday hustle and bustle of the ever-consuming high tech world of today. The only sound you will hear is the rolling surf of South Bay, the deer crunching though the woods, and the general call of the wild! 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. West Quoddy Head Lighthouse and state Park, the most easterly point in the United States, is just a short 15-minute drive. Nearby is the Downeast Sunrise Trails, 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 U.S. 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. There is 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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