Waterfront Property

Here you will find a choice selection of Maine waterfront properties, cabins and land fronting lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, and the Atlantic Ocean. Check out lakes like Schoodic, Sebec, Cold Stream, and other deep coldwater lakes. Smaller warm water ponds like Folsom, Crooked and Mattanawcook Ponds offer excellent smallmouth bass fishing and peaceful paddling opportunities. The downeast lakes region has much appeal with lots of conservation lands keeping it like it was 100 years ago.

Maine Timberland For Sale in Hancock County Maine

US Route 9 Aurora ME 04408

Price$2,605,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1254058

  • Land
  • Address US Route 9
  • Acreage 4770

Traveling east on US Route 9 in Hancock County you turn into a scenic rest stop to stretch your legs. Before you an amazing vista with rivers, forest and mountain views expand out from the road to the horizon. Imagine if you could own all of what you see, well you can. The Whales Back is one of eastern Maine's most recognized natural features and a timber investment opportunity that is much more than just timber. The surveyed 4,770 +/- acre parcel with timber cruise estimates of over 55,000 cords has 4 +/- miles of paved road frontage on Route 9 and boasts 10 +/- miles of interior gravel roads and trails providing access for forestry, recreation and future development purposes. Soils on the property contain a lot of sand and gravel useful for future road maintenance and construction. Water features abound on this tract. The Middle Branch of the Union River courses through the property for approximately 3.7 miles. The wilderness waterbody of Lower Middle Branch Pond forms about 9,500 +/- feet of the northern boundary of the parcel.  A wild trout stream known as Seven Mile Brook runs for 2 miles through the land until it enters the Union River. On the shore of the pond are two cabins, one log constructed the other stick built construction. Both camp locations could be utilized for additional residential structures, sporting camp opportunity and other recreational uses. Recreational needs are met with the opportunity for small and large game hunting from grouse and waterfowl to whitetail and moose. Trails reachable in the area for ATV and snowmobiles are groomed, maintained and interconnect with thousands of miles of other state trail systems. If you enjoy coastal Maine, the city of Ellsworth is just 30 miles from the property and Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park are just 1/2 hour further. Aurora is a very rural Maine town of blueberry barrens and mixed wood forest with a population of just over 100. The property is located 35 +/- miles from Bangor International Airport and is accessible all four seasons. Call today and ask for a complete property information package complete with mapping, location, tax and land use information. If you are in the market for an investment property we dare you to find a better one that has it all - paved road front - electric at the street - lakefront  - riverfront - trout stream - timber - and a great location for this price anywhere else in the world today. 4,770 +/- surveyed acres with cruise estimates of 55,000 cords, 4 +/- miles of paved road frontage, 10 +/- miles of interior roads, 9,500 feet lake front, 3.7 miles river front, 2 miles stream front. 35 miles from Bangor International Airport.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Land for Sale in Lake View Plt

On North Shore Road Lake View Plt ME 04463

Price$2,000,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1337021

  • Land
  • Address On North Shore Road
  • Acreage 2857

Schoodic Lake Forest is a 2,857 +/- acre timber tract with about 2 miles of frontage on Schoodic Lake. The acreage is a hardwood heavy timber tract with a centrally located hill site offering incredible view potential. A good choice for a 1031 exchange property.  Two road systems access the land. One unencumbered logging road running south to north through the western side of the parcel. The other road on the property is a shared right of way with camp owners along the western shore of the lake. This road runs south to north along the eastern boundary. Sales to abutting camp owners have been a historic source of revenue for exceptional ROI, some with per acre prices more than 10 times the current asking price of the property. These sale opportunities are likely to continue into the future as camp and home owners wish to enlarge their holdings. One year to year lease used for a stump and wood debris site provides yearly income. The timber on the property is growing well. The most recent timber inventory was completed in September of 2013 with an estimated 27,000 +/- cords. With nearly 5 years of growth since then and no harvesting having been done, estimates of over 30,000 cords are likely. Fronting the undeveloped northern basin of Schoodic Lake for thousands of feet, this location would make a great family or corporate retreat. The lake has a surface area of over 7,000 acres and depths recorded to 188 feet. Schoodic is known for exceptional water quality and a large rainbow smelt population that sustains a prolific trout and salmon fishery. At nearly 10 miles in length, the lake is a boaters’ freshwater paradise underutilized much of the year. There are great views from the lake of Mount Katahdin and a lot of undeveloped forest along its eastern shore. As a timber investment the property has great potential for future gains with an added bonus of outdoor recreation possibilities that are all inclusive. Trail riding the local ATV/Snowmobile trails directly from the property is exceptional. Fishing and boating on the lake are some of the best in Maine. All of Maine’s big and small game are here. Hike and bike the trails within the property. Other nearby recreational attractions include Sebec Lake, Pleasant, Piscataquis and Sebec Rivers, Katahdin Iron Works, Gulf Hagas, Baxter State Park, Peaks Kenny State Park, thousands of acres of public reserve land, The Appalachian Trail and too many mountain peaks and other lakes and ponds to list here. Lakeview Plantation may be one of the happiest locations in Maine. The people you meet are enjoying the recreational activities mentioned above which will put a smile on the face of the sullenest human. Maybe it is because they have all this sport at hand while enjoying one of the lowest property tax rates in Maine. This being a recreational destination has created a place of few permanent residents with 43 being the last census count. If you choose to live here you will see few people Monday – Friday as most owners are weekenders and vacationers.

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Aurora Maine 3,670 +/- acres Land For Sale

Lot 1 Route 9 - Airline Road Aurora ME 04408

Price$1,750,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1404037

  • Land
  • Acreage 3670

Aurora Maine 3,670 +/- acres Land For Sale Get your timber investment and outdoor recreational property all in one. This is arguably the most scenic timberland parcel for sale in Maine, located less than 1 hour from Bangor International Airport. Land - Timber – Natural Features Driving along the 4 +/- miles of road frontage you enjoy amazing views of the Union River Valley and the rolling hills of central Hancock County from the Whales Back. This is a glacially created esker rising 75+ feet above the river bed. The forest land is a nice mix of timber types of deciduous trees such as maple, birch and poplar to coniferous trees like white pine, spruce, hemlock and cedar. The timber has been well managed for 20+ years by the current owners. A well-stocked forest is growing well and will provide ROI for you and your family for generations. Along the Airline Road the property has several private road entrances. These roads access much of the interior of the land. The land has a rolling landscape with elevations from about 300 to nearly 800 feet above sea level. The soils of the site vary from sandy loam to rocky and boulder complex soils good for road building, forestry and wildlife uses. Wild blueberries will do well in many of these soil types. River & Streams The property has miles of frontage on the Middle Branch of the Union River, Seven Mile Brook, Beaver Brook and the outlet of Hazlam Pond. These streams have different water types from fast moving riffles to calm flat waters ideal for paddling. These waters are accessible from the interior roads but hiking in to some secret pools, runs and ponds in the river will reward you with moose, beaver and otter sightings, plus remote fishing opportunities. Recreation Hancock County is known for its hunting and fishing opportunities with good populations of moose, whitetail deer and black bear. Fly fishing for trout and salmon or spinning gear for smallmouth bass is also popular in this part of Mane. Nearby trail systems for ATV exploring and snowmobile riding are maintained by several local clubs. Paddling a canoe or kayak along the many miles of calm waters on the property will reward the photographer with scenic views and wildlife viewing. Perfectly Located Not only is the property easy to get to no matter what time of year you want to be here, Route 9 is open year-round for trucking forest products to market. This fact gives the property an advantage over others located on restricted access roads. Should you need a day away from the solitude this parcels provides, take a 45 minute drive into Bangor, 1 hour to Bar Harbor, or check out New Brunswick Canada just over 1 hour drive east. If you need additional information call today for a property information package, maps, timber data or to schedule a time to see the property.

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Two Lakes Forest – 5 Miles from Bangor

Lot 9 Copeland Hill Road Holden ME 04429

Price$1,500,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1401705

  • Land
  • Acreage 271

You can find lakefront kingdom lots available in the rural and hard to get to regions of Maine. You will not find a property like this within 6 miles of a city at this price point. A mixture of coniferous and deciduous forest set high on Copeland Hill Road offering stunning views of the hilly country side, the lakes and the city of Bangor. The location is the special part of this offering. The land is situated about 5 miles southeast of Bangor. Copeland Hill Road adjoins the state highway between Bangor and Bar Harbor. Two conservation parcels are directly abutting the property, one owned by Maine Audubon, the other by a local land trust. These hundreds of acres of abutting land will insure privacy and shelter this investment from encroaching development. Plus, with more than 3,000 feet of combined waterfrontage on two separate waterbodies, this truly is a uniquely attractive property. The parcel consists of 271 +/- forested acres of land located in two towns. The road frontage access is located in Holden with all the lakefront located within the limits of Orrington, Maine. The current timber stocking is impressive with large oak trees lining the hill side over the two ponds. Currently, the owner is constructing a road to the lake side of the property to make better access to the center of the lot. The terrain is impressive with lake elevations around 100 feet and the road side of the property at about 500 feet above sea level. This transition in elevation has locations on the property with stunning views and view potential. Fields Pond is a sparsely developed water with about 180 acres of surface area and max depth of about 31 feet. The fishing is reported as trout and bass. The outlet of Fields Pond is Sedgeunkedunk Stream which flows into the Penobscot River in Orrington. Brewer Lake feeds into Fields Pond. It is a deep, 881-acre lake with gin clear water. This parcel has a lot of potential. Areas suitable for developing residential lots, a truly unique property for a private compound, tax saving conservation value, timber management and certainly outdoor recreation. Call today to schedule time to see it.

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Land for Sale in Aurora Maine | Middle Branch Forest

Lot 1 Long Pond Road Aurora ME 04408

Price$1,000,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1403505

  • Residential
  • Address Lot 1 Long Pond Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1

Here is an opportunity to purchase a Maine kingdom property. The land consists of 1,100 +/- acres of investment grade timberland, nearly two miles of water frontage on Lower Middle Branch Pond, two cabins, plus thousands of feet of river frontage on the Middle Branch of the Union River. Land - Forest - Water The terrain of Middle Branch Forest is extremely varied with elevations from 330 to over 700 feet. The 710-foot southwestern spur of Middle Branch Ridge is in the northeast corner of the property. It forms an impressive backdrop to the views from the pond. The frontage along the pond also varies from steep shorelines, level cottage areas, and scenic marshy shores often frequented by moose. The forestland is a nice mix of hardwoods along the tops and sides of the ridges with softwoods such as white pine and spruce in the transition and lower lying areas. The land has been managed over the past 20+ years by professional foresters. It is well stocked with both merchantable and growing stock sized trees. The property is accessed over several interior private roads including Long Pond Road which meanders through the western side of the parcel. Recreational Opportunities If outdoor recreation is in your blood, this is the place for you. The pond is remote and undeveloped with the exception of the two cabins on the property and a another on the land to the north. The fishing here is reported as perch with occasional brook trout that migrate down from Upper Middle Branch Pond and up from the Union River. Paddling here is pure solitude. Hunting in the area is known to be excellent for Maine black bear, large whitetail deer, upland birds and waterfowl. The land can provide access to local snowmobile and ATV trail systems maintained by local clubs. Great Maine Location If you are currently seeking a large tract of land in Maine you will not find one better located than Middle Branch Forest. Getting here is easy. I-95 to Bangor Maine, 40 +/- miles east out Route 9 to Long Pond Road, then just 2.5 miles to the property. Daytrips to Bar Harbor are easy being about 50 miles away to the south. Atlantic Canada is about 65 miles to the east at the border crossing of Calais/St Stephen. Additionally, the property abuts tens of thousands of acres of private timberland that has been historically and currently is open to public use for recreation. Call today for and ask for an interactive map and property information package. Then schedule a trip to Aurora to see it. Here is an opportunity to purchase a Maine kingdom property. The land consists of 1,100 +/- acres of investment grade timberland, nearly two miles of water frontage on Lower Middle Branch Pond, two cabins, plus thousands of feet of river frontage on the Middle Branch of the Union River.The terrain of Middle Branch Forest is extremely varied with elevations from 330 to over 700 feet. The 710-foot southwestern spur of Middle Branch Ridge is in the northeast corner of the property. It forms an impressive backdrop to the views from the pond. The frontage along the pond also varies from steep shorelines, level cottage areas, and scenic marshy shores often frequented by moose.The forestland is a nice mix of hardwoods along the tops and sides of the ridges with softwoods such as white pine and spruce in the transition and lower lying areas. The land has been managed over the past 20+ years by professional foresters. It is well stocked with both merchantable and growing stock sized trees.

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950 acres with Lakefront Cottage and Mountainside Cabin

55 Mount Blue Pond Road Avon ME 04966

Price$875,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1335837

  • Residential
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Rooms 4

950+- acres with over 3,000 feet on the western shore of Mount Blue Pond in Avon Maine.  Tucked in a quit cove is an off-grid post and beam chalet with one bedroom on the first floor and a loft bedroom.  An enclosed front porch and an enclosed second floor balcony enjoy views of the pond.  Heat and ambiance are provided by a Vermont castings propane stove.  This Maine vacation home is powered by solar and a generator. For the fishing enthusiast, 3 plus pound brown trout are not uncommon.  Brook trout, splake, rainbow- smelt and smallmouth bass are also among the game fish.  This body of water is 134 acres with a maximum depth of 38 feet.  The outlet forms Mount Blue Stream and flows to the Sandy River. If you are tired of loud noises and want to get away from it all, you are in luck.  Motor boats are not allowed on this pond and the shoreline is mostly undeveloped. If you enjoy wildlife, the forest is ideal habitat for moose, white tail deer and grouse.  Game sign is prevalent around the entire property. Many trails for hiking and biking are on the property and elevations range from 1100 feet to 2300 feet above see level.  Phillips Mountain is in the center of this property.  Saddleback Mountain Ski resort is a 45-minute drive northwest, making this the perfect base camp for winter sports.  Ride your snowmobile from the chalet to the International Trail System (ITS 89) located just under 2 miles to the north via the Mount Blue Pond Road. Included with this offering, is a remote 2 room mountain cabin secluded in the southeast section of the property.  A romantic hide away for your visiting guests or the perfect place for tranquility to finish writing your book. With a forest of this size, long frontage on a trout pond, a mountain, two cabins and just over 4 hours to Boston, unique is an understatement. Click here for a detailed property information package

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R/w Off Lamb Road Weld ME 04285

Price$799,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1347666

  • Land
  • Address R/w Off Lamb Road
  • Acreage 1125

Imagine stunning mountain views in every direction, two live water brooks racing through the landscape plunging into deep pools, tree covered rock walls displaying the past agricultural history of the land, and beautiful hardwood trees predominating the hillsides. This is Two Brooks Forest in Weld, Maine. The land consists of 1,125 +/- acres of wooded forestland. It is situated on the edge of Maine's western mountains between the Webb and Swift Rivers. The property has miles of interior roads and trails. Elevations on site range from 700 to over 1,800 feet above sea level, providing the amazing views mentioned earlier. No current timber inventory is available, but this property certainly has some mature trees with promising timber value today and into the future.

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Maine Land for Sale in Phillips

Off Mud Pond Road Phillips ME 04966

Price$599,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1347979

  • Land
  • Address Off Mud Pond Road
  • Acreage 534

  Own the entire frontage around a trout pond in Maine. Access to ATV & snowmobile trails with scenic mountain views. Build you own private cabin overlooking Stetson Pond. Great area for hunting. Short drive to Farmington or Rangeley.

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Maine Waterfront Home for Sale in Forest City

13 Grove Road Forest City Twp ME 04413

Price$410,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1344159

  • Residential
  • Address 13 Grove Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 3

  Forest City Township Essay by David Snow The dock rumbles noisily as I walk out onto it and out to the edge, but I have no fear for I know it will not fall. The air is warm and still, silhouetting the low wooded hills far away. There is no movement at all: not a stirring of the flag behind me nor the faint whine of a fishing boat's motor. A ripple breaks out in the middle of the glassy lake, sending undulations in all directions across the reflection of the sky; a fish has his dinner. The eerie cries of the loons begins back and forth across the lake and an owl calls out from the forested shores of the cove. Dragon flies hum to their resting places as bats come out to reap the bounty of oblivious flies. There is a clinking of silverware hitting the floor back up the hill and laughter. Lights across the lake twinkle out from the Canadian town. Forest City Maine - I love you. No place in Maine inspires tails of wilderness adventure more than Forest City Township, home of past and current fishing outfitters such as Wheatons Lodge. What a great place for a seasonal home with some of the lowest property tax rates in the state. If you are looking to leave the world's troubles and stress behind, Forest City Township is the place you are looking for. Here, there is little traffic, few people, sounds of bird songs, wind, and river - mostly peace and quiet and the occasional exchange of yarns with the local fishing guides.   The Home The Forest City contemporary home was constructed in 2004 and was a collaboration of the dreams of the home owner and the talents of a professional architect. The home blends into the landscape with pleasing roof lines and natural cedar shake siding. The stone and log covered front entrance are your first clue to the refined rustic interior. Inside the home the beautiful hardwood floors lead you room to room. The star of the show is the impressive living room. This large room has a stone fireplace from floor to ceiling accented by the strength and good looks of engineered wood composite beams. The kitchen and dining room have an open floor plan both with views of water and garden. The kitchen's engineered quartz counter tops are both beautiful and functional as are the natural hickory wood cabinets. The dining room is the access point onto a covered porch with multiple skylights. The porch enters directly onto the riverside deck. Two first floor bedrooms share common access to a large bath via wood pocket doors. The first floor also has a half bath, formal entry and laundry room. From the laundry there is direct access to the two car attached garage. The second floor of the home is reached via a rugged wooden staircase. The first room is a large open loft perfect for reading a good book or watching birds in the flower gardens below. From one end of the loft you access a private bedroom suite with ample walk in closet space and a private bath with a shower and whirlpool tub. The other side of the loft enters into a private den/office. A large semi-finished bonus room is beyond the office. The lower level of the home takes advantage of an open front basement. Here is a huge family room perfect for home entertainment or exercise. Great Gardens The grounds of the Forest City home aid in preserving the natural feel of the property. The vegetable garden and trees nearly obscure the home from the street. A crushed rock driveway leads you into the property. Stone gardens are a perfect blend of wildflowers, blueberries, raspberries, trees and perennials that give you the feeling of being in a nature park. The owners have preserved much of the natural landscape on the river side of the home yet have cleared and maintained enough for nice views of the water. About midway to the river from the home is a large stone and gravel fire pit. There is plenty of space for a gathering of friends to enjoy fire side tales of large fish lost.  

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Mountain Top Log Cabin Retreat | Elm Stream Twp, Maine

Lot 3-313 Elm Pond Road Elm Stream Twp ME 04441

MLS Number 1362600

  • Residential
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1
  • Rooms 6

Property Overview Located on a tall hill surrounded by mountains in the North Maine Woods is a 1200+- square foot log cabin.  The Mountain Top Log Cabin Retreat is built on the high point of a 349.9+- acre parcel of surveyed timberland.  The log home is built on a poured concrete foundation, pinned to the ledge on top of the property. This extremely well-built home contains 3 bedrooms, a full bath, and kitchen with all appliance. This north-woods retreat property is a turn key opportunity for you to obtain a hunting and outdoor recreational property that has been built by and for the outdoor enthusiast.  A large outdoor deck provides a place to admire the 360 mountain and valley views.  Solar panels and a propane generator charge a bank of Rolls Surrette batteries to provide for the electrical needs of the property that is just 20 miles from the Canadian border. Area Description The property is located in the North Maine Woods which is an area of approximately 3.5 million acres of sparsely populated commercial working forest.  This is an area where the moose outnumber the people.  Countless lakes, ponds, rivers and streams provide angling opportunities.  From brook trout to muskies, you can find countless open water and ice fishing opportunities accessible from your log cabin retreat location.  There are very few smaller parcels within the North Maine Woods area.  Most of the land is owned by corporations, but the unique relationship here provides access to recreate on the commercial woodlands owned by the landowners within the North Maine Woods. Recreational Data The area is home to some of the largest whitetail deer found in the United States.  These big woods bucks are tremendous trophies.  Hunting for them will test your skills as an outdoorsman.  Not only is patience required, but also a great deal of stamina.  The recent timber harvest in 2012 has regenerated young hardwood saplings and berry plants amongst the tall timber overstory.  Numerous game trails through the thick understory are indications that numerous deer, moose and other game are making their home upon the 349.9 +- acre parcel.  Tracks of moose and large whitetails are clearly seen along the long private drive leading to the cabin.  Water and Land Features Approaching the property, you follow the gravel road upwards towards the summit of the hill top log cabin property.  From the homesite the land slopes away providing panoramic views of vast wooded valleys and mountains.  The surrounding area is wooded with predominately sugar maple and other hardwood species.  Some softwood stands are interspersed amongst the hardwoods.  Seboomic Lake, the St. John Ponds and several trout streams are located nearby.  

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Maine Farmland for Sale in Cross Lake TWP

2090 Caribou Road Cross Lake Twp ME 04779

Price$335,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1351091

  • Land
  • Address 2090 Caribou Road
  • Acreage 414

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Blue Hill Bay Access | Coastal Maine Waterfront Property

270 B Salt Pond Road Blue Hill ME 04614

Price$299,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1347117

  • Land
  • Address 270 B Salt Pond Road
  • Acreage 2.5

  This is the nicest building lot on Salt Pond in Blue Hill. the property has fields right to the waters edge. The frontage along Lone Cove is excellent for swimming. Kayak from the property to Blue Hill reversing falls and into Blue Hill Bay.

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