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Land on South Bay

M7L47-48 Lead Mine Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, MEM7L47-48 Lead Mine Road

Price$39,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1490733

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 3

A three acre parcel separated by Lead Mine Road is located just beyond the local 'haul-up' use by locals to access the waterfront. The property waterside parcel sits high and dry with views out over South Bay. A soil test has been completed on the parcel opposite the waterfront. The area is rich in natural resources and pristine beauty. The property has a mixture of trees with the waterside having been thinned many years ago. Build on one side of the road and clear a spot on the water-side for a seasonal sleeping cottage, gazebo or leave natural and just enjoy. Launch your kayak and explore this island studded South Bay. Located on the outskirts of Lubec, you are just a 15 minute drive to town and all the town conveniences such as groceries, town hall, post office, restaurants and gift shops and of course the public and commercial waterfront. 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.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Waterfront Land in Kingfield, Maine

M11 L11 Off Route 27 Kingfield ME 04947

Kingfield, MEM11 L11 Off Route 27

Price$160,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1490200

  • Land
  • Address M11 L11 Off Route 27
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 45

Sitting just 4 miles from downtown Kingfield, with 2,700’ of frontage on Route 27 and power at the road, this lot (Map 11, Lot 011) is prime for building. Whether you choose to build on this property or just enjoy the raw land, you will get beautiful views of the surrounding river valley from this property’s sloping hillside which holds up to 900’ in elevation. Making this plot extra special is the 1,000’ of frontage it holds on Reed Brook. While it may not sound like a storied stream of water, Reed Brook is a pretty big deal -- Reed Brook is the waterbody that flows east from Shiloh Pond into the Carrabassett River, thereby tying two of Kingfield’s most predominant and high-quality water resources together! In March of 2021, the town of Kingfield announced that it purchased the 19-acre Shiloh Pond, along with 196 surrounding acres, to create the Kingfield Community Forest! This is Kingfield’s first publicly owned plot of land, and it guarantees public access to 215 acres of woods and waters for generations to come. Given that about 90% of land in Maine is privately owned, it is really unique to have such a large tract of public land for people to fish, hunt, and recreate on forever...especially just minutes from your backyard! Couple that with the fact that the Carrabassett River, a mountain river with its headwaters on the flank of nearby Sugarloaf Mountain, flows just minutes from your front yard, and you’re sitting on a freshwater hotbed! For good measure, it should also be noted that there is a stunning WATERFALL (Jericho Steps Falls) that cascades into small plunge pools, perfect for summer swimming, just yards beyond this land’s boundary! Aside from the waters that characterize this property, Lot 011 is surrounded by nearly 10,000+ acres of commercial forestland -- a vast territory that adds an incredible amount of ecological and economical value to the area. This neighboring land pawns a long history of respectful public access going hand in-hand with a working forest. From your tract of land, it would not be uncommon to watch haul trucks piled high with logs or trucks/cars towing snowmobiles, canoes, kayaks, and big game (like moose and bear) drive by. The town of Kingfield was recently recognized by the Boston Globe for the grandeur of its scenery and opportunities for recreational activities, and this particular piece of land is no stranger to that accolade. If snowmobiling is your thing, you have direct access to thousands of miles of Maine’s Interconnected Trail System (ITS) from this land. If ATVing is your thing, there are over 55 miles of ATV trails maintained by the Kingfield Quad Runners ATV Club minutes from your land. If mountain biking is your thing, there are over 5 miles of hand and machine constructed mountain bike trails for riding at the nearby Freeman Ridge Bike Park. If fishing and hunting are your thing, abundant game and vast expanses of unspoiled woods and waterways make this land and the surrounding area a premier destination. If skiing/snowboarding is your thing, at 4,237 feet tall Sugarloaf Mountain offers the best winter playground you could imagine and it is just 14 miles down the road. The list could go on and on, but the point is that this piece of land is literally an epicenter for four-season outdoor recreation. All said, it is no surprise that Kingfield, Maine was once named “one of the greatest places left for living, visiting, and playing in the United States'' -- it’s got rural character, four-season opportunities for recreation, and a proud community of year-round residents living in “one of the most beautifully preserved ski town east of Aspen”. It’s also no surprise, then, that pieces of land like this one doesn’t often come up for sale in Kingfield and that, when they do, they go quick! Don’t wait on this one.

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Central Maine Land for Sale

M10L42 Troy Center Road Dixmont ME 04932
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MLS Number 1489663

  • Land
  • Acreage 83.7

If you are searching for a large acreage tract of land in Maine for building a home, cabin, or just for outdoor recreation such as hunting and other pastimes, come see this property in Dixmont today. Location is key to this property. It is in the country but is just 10 minutes from I-95, 30 minutes from Bangor International Airport and 208 miles from Boston. You can have a rural property that does not take days to get to. The topography of this property is rolling and sloping with elevations on site from 420 to 530 feet above sea level. The property has had a recent timber harvest about 3 years ago. New tree growth on the lot is attracting all sorts of game from whitetail deer to ruffed grouse. The soils are moderately drained on the site and consist mostly of silt loams. About 1,000 feet frontage along Troy Center Road comes with the property and is in two sections. This makes dividing the property for future resale or gifting to family easier. There is electricity available along the road and this is a town-maintained year-round accessible street. An interior logging road and trails provide access to the interior of the land. Dixmont is in Penobscot County and borders Waldo County. The population of Dixmont is about 1,100. The landscape of this rural town is mostly rolling forested hills dotted with small farms. If you like boating and fishing nearby Plymouth Pond is just 4 miles away and large Sebasticook Lake is a few miles more. The coast of Maine is just about 30 minutes’ drive to the town of Belfast. Shopping is nearby in Newport about 15 minutes from the land and Bangor is a half hour. Is it time to build that new home? Call today to get more information on this affordable central Maine land.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Waterfront land in Washington County

M1L7-001 Off the Jerusalem Road Princeton ME 04668

MLS Number 1489078

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 121.5

Map 001, Book 007, Lot 001. Located in Princeton, Maine, nestled along the Canadian border and fabled Route 1, is an untouched, unrestricted 121.5-acre piece of property that is looking for a new owner! This land has many possible uses for a hunter/fisher, or a homesteader. The town of Princeton, despite being a small rural community, is linked to a vast interconnected system of pristine streams and lakes, the St. Croix River, and, ultimately, to the Atlantic Ocean. Princeton offers regionally, if not nationally, renowned fishing and hunting, earning it the name of “A Sportsman’s Paradise”. And this acreage is no stranger to that moniker. With over 3,000’ of frontage on Lewy’s Brook (a gorgeous brook trout piscary that flows into Pocomoonshine Lake which is one of Maine’s finest fisheries for both smallmouth and large bass), this piece of property is home to a slice of Maine’s storied wild brook trout stronghold. If you are an angler, it does not get much better than having access to brookies right in your own backyard! Outside of fishing, this piece of land is also a hunting mecca for everything from big game animals such as moose, deer, bear, and bobcat, to small game birds and animals such as grouse, woodcock, and rabbit. This property’s inland wetlands provide plenty of water for wildlife, the low, flat lay of this land makes for good food plot construction, and the tall trees and thick brush are exactly right for providing shelter for animals. With entry to the property off a road on its southern corner, no easements, and lots of possibilities for ATV/UTV/equestrian trails, access to the land is plentiful and convenient. The most common forest-type groups on this property are conifers and pines. This land has not been logged in recent years, so there is potential for timber harvesting now and well into the future. While this land is not currently enrolled in any of Maine’s current use tax programs (so there is no limitation to what you can do with it), these programs could certainly be explored if a reduction in property tax is appealing. Situated in an off-the-grid location, this plot offers up supreme privacy, quietude, and all the necessities that any homesteader would long for. With a dependable year-round water source, an abundance of food options, plenty of natural building materials, low taxes, and no zoning/building/tree growth program restrictions, this land is more than sustainable for an off-grid, rural homestead. Even though Princeton is a small, rural town, there are several retail and community services available to fulfill the daily needs of residents. Just north of this property is the Princeton Municipal Airport, a town-owned public-use airport, and the Indian Township Reservation, home to the Passamaquoddy Tribe (the easternmost indigenous Native American tribe in the United States!). You can’t beat this property’s location, makeup, or potential.

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Quarry Road New Gloucester ME 04260

New Gloucester, MEQuarry Road

Price$249,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1488265

  • Land
  • Address Quarry Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 50

DEVELOPERS TAKE NOTICE - 50+/- acres of timberland with 1,100+/- feet of paved road frontage it abuts conservation timberland on two sides. This large rectangular lot abuts land owned by the Shaker Society and that land is under permanent conservation easement. This land is NOT in Tree Growth. Additionally, this land has lots of growing and mature hardwood timber ready for harvesting. There are many opportunities here

Listed by Nathan Wadsworth of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 7 + 17 Off Granite Rock Circle Surry ME 04684
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MLS Number 1487383

  • Land
  • Acreage 26.5

2 Lots for sale in Surry, Maine. 26.5+/- acres of forested land. Private road access. Near Blue Hill and Ellsworth.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Affordable Maine Land For Sale

Lot 6-3 Brimstone Road Lagrange ME 04453
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MLS Number 1486820

  • Land
  • Acreage 23

Looking for a getaway spot that will not break the bank. Here is 23 +/- acres of Maine forestland with an interior road, power at the street and some nice oak trees for $29,900. The property is located off a gravel town road in LaGrange, Maine. The property has 33 +/- feet of frontage on the town road, with a private access road built into the property for approximately ¼ mile. From the town road the land rises steadily and plateaus at about 450 feet of elevation near the center of the land. Driving into the property you come through some red oak and other hardwoods for the first half of the land, then the land becomes mostly softwoods with hemlock and some pine. This property is all timberland, is not in the tree growth current use tax and the taxes are still less than $500 per year. Several good building sites are available along the interior road. This would be a great place to build a cabin for your place to escape the rest of the world. This property is in a good location for hunting and fishing the nearby rivers and lakes. It is less than ½ hour to both Sebec and Schoodic Lake boat landings from the property. ATV and snowmobile riders will appreciate the amazing multi-use trail just two miles from the land. Bangor International Airport and all the other attractions available in this friendly city are just 37 minutes away. The town of LaGrange is located on the western boundary of Penobscot County. Population is just over 700. You can enjoy all the solitude of rural living here yet are close to a lot of other adventures. Call today for more information.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Timber & Recreation Land for Sale

Lot 10C Crystal Brook Road Patten ME 04765

MLS Number 1486646

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 43

43 +/- acres of well wooded timberland for sale in the northern Penobscot County town of Patten. Located nearby Baxter State Park and Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument. The land is all wooded with some signs of old farmland including several apple trees. Tree species on the land include spruce, fir, pine, maple, birch, aspen, cedar, and others. This property is well wooded, and a timber harvest could/should be done now. It is in the current use tax program for Tree Growth. This property has a gentle slope from west to east with a change in elevation from 710 to 610 +/- FASL. NRCS soil mapping indicates that about 90% of the land is Thorndike, Dixmont or Howland gravelly and silt loams, all are good for growing everything from trees to potatoes. These soil types combined with a relatively gentle slope could be converted to fields for your new homestead in Maine. Access to the property is over the Crystal Brook Road from Route 11. This is a discontinued road and is not plowed or maintained by the municipality. There is a groomed trail system running north/south through the eastern third of the land for both ATV and snowmobile. For the hunter, this land is very promising with good sign of whitetail deer, moose, hare, turkey and ruffed grouse. Food plot construction would do well on this property. The village of Patten is just 2 ½ miles south of the property on Route 11. This small town has a decent grocery store, a health clinic, hardware and building supplies, a few restaurants, and other shops. The Patten Lumbermen’s Museum houses some of Maine’s contributions to the early mechanization of logging, including the Lombard Steam Hauler, Lombard Gas Hauler, and the Peavey Cant Dog. From the property it is just 26 miles to the northern entrance of Baxter State Park. The park is 209,000 acres and includes Mount Katahdin, dozens of trout ponds, miles of easy to extreme hiking trails, and many primitive campsites. The adjoining Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument adds another 80,000+ thousand acres of wilderness to explore. Patten is in northern Penobscot County, has a population of about 1,000 and is located 90 miles from Bangor, the nearest city. Houlton is about 35 miles from the land and is the southern seat of Aroostook County. All this recreation from hiking, hunting, fishing, riding, biking and more all easily reached from I-95 make this the perfect place to settle or retire to. This could be a great spot to run a business that caters to outdoor adventure travelers. There are many possibilities. Call today for an appointment to visit this property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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100 Acres Mountain View Land For Sale

M2L60 Off Old Brownville Road Williamsburg Twp ME 04414
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MLS Number 1486165

  • Land
  • Acreage 100
  • UsmAmenities Mountain View

100± acres of land set in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in central Piscataquis County for sale. If you have been searching for a high and dry off grid 100 acres, this land should be on your list. Potential uses for this property are recreation, timber investment, off grid homestead, hunting land, syrup production or a combination of the above. This parcel's shape is nearly a perfect square. The property sits on the southeasterly slope of Perham Hill. Elevations at this site vary from 490 to 650 FASL. The elevated site has good active and passive solar potential and is sheltered by the Perham Hill from winter winds out of the northwest. Views to the north side of the hill show off the Appalachian Mountain Range featuring the peak of White Cap Mountain. The forest on this land is mostly early successional hardwoods with some middle to older aged white pine and hardwoods scattered about the lot. Soil mapping indicates various types of complex rocky soils best for forestry, wildlife, and grazing potential. Hunters will find ruffed grouse and snowshoe hare abundant on this property along with whitetail deer. Motorsport recreation is also prime at this location with ITS 82 running through the property and a local ATV club trail is accessible from here. There is no waterfront on the property however, Sebec Lake, Sebec River, Schoodic Lake and too many to count ponds are all within a short drive of this location. The nearby Appalachian trail, Gulf Hagas trails, and Baxter State Park can all make for day trips from Williamsburg Township. The Township is unorganized which means there are few public services here, but taxes are cheap. This land has a current tax bill of $140 per year. Service towns of Dover-Foxcroft and Milo are both nearby and are accessible both by trail and by road. Both towns are less than a 25-minute drive. If you are searching for a convenient homesite with lots of public service and easy access keep looking. If you want to be away from the crowds and busy roads, in a recreational rich location or you are looking for a scenic remote spot for a cabin build, this just might be your perfect spot. Call or email for more details.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 46 Two Lakes Drive Northfield ME 04654

MLS Number 1485335

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 5.5

Want to own one of the last large tracts of acreage available in the sought-after Two Lakes subdivision of Northfield, ME.? If so, you are going to want to jump on this listing! Secluded and private acres, make this property the largest tract of land in the 64-lot subdivision that has been up for sale in over 10 years! Located on the northeast side of Fulton Lake, lot 46 (5.44 acres) sits on some of the highest elevated land in the area (300') and provide panoramic views of the waterfront and beyond! With deeded right-of-way to Fulton Lake and Bog Lake, and access to private boat landings on both, the recreational, boating, and fishing opportunities are plentiful. Off the water, the property abuts 103 acres of forestland for exploring and provides easy access to hundreds of miles of trails used for ATV, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, etc. This property can be conveyed to a grantee together as one deed. You can purchase all three lots and buy protection against anything that another buyer of that land might do with it, or you can purchase any one of the lots separately and still have plenty of room to spread out. No matter which way you cut it, the property's modest HOA fees are used to keep the subdivision's gravel road maintained year-round and to upkeep common recreational acreage for public use. A quick 10-minute drive will get you to Machias where you can partake in the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival each August, tour the Fort O'Brien State Historic Site, eat some of your favorite Downeast fare at a Main Street restaurant, or stop into a variety of unique storefronts to do some antique and gift shopping!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 44 Two Lakes Drive Northfield ME 04654

MLS Number 1485330

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 7.5

Want to own one of the last large tracts of acreage available in the sought-after Two Lakes subdivision of Northfield, ME.? If so, you are going to want to jump on this listing! Secluded and private acres, make this property the largest tract of land in the 64-lot subdivision that has been up for sale in over 10 years! Located on the northeast side of Fulton Lake, lots 44 (7.49 acres) sit on some of the highest elevated land in the area (300') and provide panoramic views of the waterfront and beyond! With deeded right-of-way to Fulton Lake and Bog Lake, and access to private boat landings on both, the recreational, boating, and fishing opportunities are plentiful. Off the water, the property abuts 103 acres of forestland for exploring and provides easy access to hundreds of miles of trails used for ATV, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, etc. This property can be conveyed to a grantee together as one deed. You can purchase all three lots and buy protection against anything that another buyer of that land might do with it, or you can purchase any one of the lots separately and still have plenty of room to spread out. No matter which way you cut it, the property's modest HOA fees are used to keep the subdivision's gravel road maintained year-round and to upkeep common recreational acreage for public use. A quick 10-minute drive will get you to Machias where you can partake in the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival each August, tour the Fort O'Brien State Historic Site, eat some of your favorite Downeast fare at a Main Street restaurant, or stop into a variety of unique storefronts to do some antique and gift shopping!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 45 Two Lakes Drive Northfield ME 04654

MLS Number 1485333

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 7.5

Want to own one of the last large tracts of acreage available in the sought-after Two Lakes subdivision of Northfield, ME.? If so, you are going to want to jump on this listing! Secluded and private acres, make this property the largest tract of land in the 64-lot subdivision that has been up for sale in over 10 years! Located on the northeast side of Fulton Lake, lot 45 (7.47 acres sits on some of the highest elevated land in the area (300') and provide panoramic views of the waterfront and beyond! With deeded right-of-way to Fulton Lake and Bog Lake, and access to private boat landings on both, the recreational, boating, and fishing opportunities are plentiful. Off the water, the property abuts 103 acres of forestland for exploring and provides easy access to hundreds of miles of trails used for ATV, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, etc. This property can be conveyed to a grantee together as one deed. You can purchase all three lots and buy protection against anything that another buyer of that land might do with it, or you can purchase any one of the lots separately and still have plenty of room to spread out. No matter which way you cut it, the property's modest HOA fees are used to keep the subdivision's gravel road maintained year-round and to upkeep common recreational acreage for public use. A quick 10-minute drive will get you to Machias where you can partake in the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival each August, tour the Fort O'Brien State Historic Site, eat some of your favorite Downeast fare at a Main Street restaurant, or stop into a variety of unique storefronts to do some antique and gift shopping!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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