MLS Number 1438719
- Listing Status Active
- Acreage 33
Outdoor recreation wonderland for sale in Somerset County. This 33± acre heavily forested site has nearly ¼ of all the frontage along Safford Pond or about 1,450± feet of waterfront. It is located deep in the woods, 3± miles away from the nearest public road or electric power lines. The property consists of a mixed hard and softwood forest. There are some truly amazing older growth trees on this property. The land slopes from Butler Pond Road towards Safford Pond with elevations ranging from about 825 to 930 feet above sea level. The frontage around the pond is mostly rocky with no development is in sight. A small gravel pit located on the property should provide plenty of materials for both driveway maintenance and building construction needs. Safford Pond is a 40± acre Maine Great Pond with a maximum depth of about 9 feet. The fishery here is mostly chain pickerel and is the ideal location to keep the kids interested in an outdoor recreational lifestyle. This is the perfect pond to learn paddling skills, enjoy frequent moose and deer sighting and watching bald eagles in the wild. Renowned upland bird hunting in this region, extremely large whitetail deer and plenty of black bear will keep hunters interested. The nearby town of Kingfield is about 4 miles away as the crow flies. Kingfield is a rural town of approximately 1,000 people straddling the Carrabassett River. You can get all of life’s necessities here. The city of Waterville is less than 50 miles drive, Bangor International Airport is less than 90 miles drive. Other area attractions include Sugarloaf USA ski area and golf course, the Kennebec River system, the Appalachian trail and an amazing interconnected snowmobile trail system. Are you looking to escape to one of the last great wilderness areas in the east? If so, this could be the place for you. Call today for more details and property information package including timber and location maps.
Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine