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100 Acre Timberland Parcel with a Trout Stream Cabin

00 Sugarshack Road Saint Francis ME 04774

Saint Francis, ME00 Sugarshack Road

Price$289,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1549957

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 00 Sugarshack Road
  • Location Rural
  • Rooms 1

Located in the Saint John Valley of Maine is a year-round accessible 100+- acre timberland parcel with nearly 1200 feet of trout stream frontage and ATV and ITS trail access.  The tract was logged 6 years ago, and at that time over 7200 feet of interior roads were built providing access to nearly all of the acreage.  Included in the road building was the addition of a steel bridge crossing Thibodeau Brook that is strong enough for fully loaded log trucks to cross, so you can bet it is safe for you and your truck.  The property has a deeded, 60-foot-wide ROW from Route 161 that is for all purposes including utilities.  The tract of land rises gradually from the front of the lot which is at an elevation of 600 feet above sea level to over 1360 feet at the back of the lot.  The acreage is made up of several soil types with about 75% of the acreage being farm class loamy soils.  Historically the lower elevations of the property were farmed.  Today the property is largely forested, and the trees that grow there are benefitting from the good soil. In addition to the extensive interior road network the property has a very functional 320 square foot cabin with a covered picnic area alongside the babbling brook.  The cabin has a direct vent heater and a propane stove for cooking.  Drinking water is provided by an improved hillside spring, which gravity feeds to a spigot located along the picnic area.  The cabin is wired for generator provided electricity.  There is also a pole barn for equipment storage and other small buildings and gazebos located on the property. The property is located in St Francis, Maine which is a small town of approximately 450 residents.  This is a 4-season recreational destination.  The property fronts on the Saint John Valley Heritage trail which is a maintained ATV and ITS trailway for recreational vehicle use.  Winter visitors to the region flock here for its consistent snowfall.  Having direct trail access, without the trail bisecting the property is very convenient.  You can have the tranquility of a streamside cabin, and enjoy the thrill of riding on some exceptionally well-groomed snow mobile trails.  During the warmer months of the year, ATV trail riders can enjoy a vast interconnected trail network to explore the Saint John Valley and Allagash regions. Thibodeau Brook is a very nice free flowing trout stream that meanders by the cabin site just 80 feet away.  You will have the ability to catch a few brook trout right alongside your cabin for a tasty streamside lunch.  Hunters will appreciate the wildlife that can be found on the property.  Whitetail deer of bragging size, ruffed grouse in good numbers, snowshoe hare, black bear as well as moose all pass through or live on the parcel.  A good location to watch for deer and moose would be at the base of the ridge towards the back of the property.  Wildlife will follow that terrain feature and an opportunity to see a trophy buck cruising by, may reward the patient hunter. If you are looking for a year-round accessible recreational property or a homestead site that could be either on or off-grid, this is a very nice one.  It has well-built interior roads, ATV and ITS trail access, farm class soils, a well growing stand of young timber and a picturesque streamside cabin.  It can be found right here on Sugarshack Road in St. Francis, ME.  Call today!

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 6.13% last updated on Jan 26, 2023
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Maine Country Home for sale

49 River Road Calais ME 04619

Calais, ME49 River Road

Price$274,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

Active With Contract

MLS Number 1548478

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 49 River Road

Located in Calais, Maine is a solidly built ranch style home on nearly 18 acres of land.  The property is being offered for sale for the very first time.  This is a one owner property that was built very well in 1957, and well maintained since then.  The home is built on a full, unfinished, dry basement.  The three-bedroom one bath home is nearly 1500 square feet of finished living space.  The home is situated on a large lot of 17.85+- acres with the majority of the land being farm class soils.  The country home has a dug well and private septic system.  The single-family home is located right next to the St. Croix Country Club and across the street from the St. Croix River.  The St. Croix Country Club is a nine-hole course founded in 1927 and open to the public. The property is well situated to offer privacy yet have accessibility to the amenities available in the city of Calais.  The home is just 5 minutes from shopping, healthcare, and other services available in Calais, and literally next to the golf course. Calais is a border community with New Brunswick, Canada.  Across the border is the sister city of Saint Stephen, NB.  Saint Stephen has a bit more population than Calais.  Calais has 3,079 residents and Saint Stephen has 4,415 citizens.  Calais is the primary shopping community of the eastern Washington County area.  Saint Stephen is the chocolate capital of Canada.  What could be better than living near the chocolate capital of Canada?   Just a short drive from the property the eastern most point of the US can be visited in the community of Lubec.  In Lubec you can cross a bridge onto Campobello Island, which is part of Canada and summer home of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Here is your opportunity to purchase a well-built ranch style home with a large parcel of land.  The lot has a mix of open areas surrounding the home and densely wooded areas offering privacy and wildlife habitat in the back.  Mature apple trees and rich farm soils can be utilized to have a great garden and family orchard.  The climate in this area of the state is fairly mild being a zone 5 USDA growing zone.  If you are looking for a home with river views, close to amenities, near the ocean, and affordable, then call today.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Off-grid Country Home

269 Cow Team Road Crystal ME 04747

Crystal, ME269 Cow Team Road

Price$325,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1545281

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 2
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Full Bath 2
  • MLS Status Active

The off-grid, contemporary, timber framed country home located at 269 Cow Team Road has the privacy and comfort you are looking for.  The three-bedroom, two bath country home is built with a blend of reclaimed hand-hewn barn timbers and boards, as well as rough sawn lumber milled from trees harvested on the property.  The home has over 1626 feet of finished living space with over 1207 feet of unfinished basement area.  A blend of hardwood and tile flooring throughout the home as well as a metal spiral staircase leading to the second-floor area add style and elegance to this country home estate property.  The home is powered by a Bergey 1500-watt wind turbine, a few hundred watts of solar panels and a Generac, propane generator with battery storage and Trace inverter.  A simple yet dependable 24-volt power supply for a comfortable and rugged timber frame country home. The grounds surrounding the country home property are open and well landscaped with many perennial plantings adding a splash of color during the summer and early fall months.  The comfortable deck located off the living room is surrounded by perennial plantings.  The home and yard blend well with the 110 acres of woodlands surrounding the home.  The majority of the 110 acres of land, are heavily forested with merchantable timber.  The soils making up the majority of the parcel are classified as farm class soils of state-wide importance.  Trees, crops or food plots will all grow well on soil this good.  The forest around the property is a mushroom foragers dream.  Chanterelles, porcini, hedgehog and other varieties of edible mushrooms are found in good numbers according to the owners foraging accounts.  During raspberry season great quantities of the delicious berries are found along the wooded trails traversing the acreage. There are trails throughout the wooded acreage for navigating the entirety of the property during all 4 seasons of the year.  Animal trails traverse the acreage with moose, deer, bear, grouse and more calling this property home.  The parcel directly abuts over 1000 acres of conservation ground, ensuring this property will remain a private refuge for you into the future. The community of Crystal, ME is located in Aroostook County between the towns of Island Falls to the east, and Patten to the west.  The area is predominately working forest and farmland.  Crystal is a small community of 248 residents according to the 2020 Census.  The town of Patten is the location to find a grocer, hardware store, and other small businesses.  The community of Houlton to the north is where more shopping, dining and healthcare can be obtained.  This area is quiet and residents have a close connection to the forests and farmland.  They work in and upon these areas, and when the work is done this is also where they play.  Numerous streams, ponds and lakes are close by to try your hand at catching native brook trout, landlocked salmon or smallmouth bass.  The dense forest and field edges are where you may catch sightings of moose, bear and white tail deer.  Ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares and other forest animals are found here.  Several of Maine’s large game records have been set near this property. ATV and snowmobile enthusiasts can explore the vast trail system through the millions of acres of northern Maine forest.  Hikers have nearby access to the Appalachian Trail that passes by the area in nearby Baxter State Park.  Let the southern Aroostook County community of Crystal be your next home and experience “Maine, the way life should be.”  Call today for your personal viewing of this amazing offering.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 6.13% last updated on Jan 26, 2023
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Commercial property in Patten, Maine

19 Mill Street Patten ME 04765

MLS Number 1545196

  • Commercial
  • Address 19 Mill Street
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType General Commercial
  • Year Built 1985

Business opportunity available in Patten, ME.  For sale is a 22,080 square foot building on an 8.5 +- acre waterfront property at the edge of the commercial area in the town of Patten.  The building is of metal frame construction with a large concrete slab.  Both the roof and siding are metal.  The property had been a manufacturing facility for wood flooring when built in 1985 and since 2013 has been used for several projects including the manufacturing of wood and grain pellets.  The pellet manufacturing equipment is still there and can convey with the sale. There are three bathrooms as well as office space on the interior of the building.  The building has public water and sewer.  It has 3 phase electrical power.  It has a fire suppression system.  Heat is provided by a very innovative biomass boiler that can use a multitude of fuels to provide heat.  Designed primarily to use saw dust and or wood shavings as fuel.  The boiler will efficiently burn even grains and convert that into heat for the structure.  It will keep the interior of the building at about 50 degrees during the coldest part of the winter.  This ability to burn a multitude of biomass materials to produce heat, helps you use either waste products from your manufacturing or various fuels based on the best price available. The town of Patten is located in northern Penobscot County.  The area has a long history of wood harvesting which is showcased at the Patten Lumberman’s Museum.  If you are a manufacturer of wood-based products the location and building may be ideal for your business.  Access to raw materials, a great facility to produce your product and then very good access to the interstate system to transport your products to market.  Patten is conveniently located along US Route 11 and is just 10 miles from two access points to I-95. Situated in the Katahdin Valley area of Maine, Patten is a picturesque town of 881 citizens according to the 2020 Census.  Surrounded by several mountains along the Appalachians trail, Patten draws many seasonal visitors to the area.  This is a 4-season recreational region with many miles of club-maintained ATV and snowmobile trails to explore.  Located along the north entrance to Baxter State Park and the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument.  This is a great area to build a business and live life to its fullest in a beautiful region of the state of Maine. Do you have a business idea that you are looking for a location and a building to set up shop in?  This is a great property that is waiting for your vision to grow here.  Whether you will make pellets, build medical equipment from nearby hardwoods, or perhaps something totally different like say a brewery and restaurant in a recreational area, perhaps 19 Mill Street in Patten is just the sort of location and building you need. 

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Allagash River House

233 Frank Mack Road Allagash ME 04774

Allagash, ME233 Frank Mack Road

Price$339,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

Active With Contract

MLS Number 1538430

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 233 Frank Mack Road

There are place names in Maine that immediately paint word pictures to those familiar with the Maine landscape.  Moosehead, evokes thoughts of Greenville, and Maine’s largest lake.  Katahdin, brings forth thoughts of Maine’s tallest mountain and the Appalachian Trail.  The name in Maine that immediately paints adventure, canoeing, and outdoor recreation in a wilderness setting is the word, Allagash.  Just uttering the word Allagash brings out thoughts of rivers, wilderness, adventure, large trout, big woods whitetail deer, moose and the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.  Allagash the town, is a small community of 250 or so year-round residents.  Countless people from around the world have passed through the town of Allagash as they either canoed the rivers, explored the vast wilderness area in and around the town, or vacationed in the most scenic region of Maine. The Allagash River House for sale in Allagash, Maine, is your opportunity to purchase a river front home on the banks of the St. John River.  The timber frame home built in 2014 sits on a 2.8+- acre river front lot in the town of Allagash.  The 2-bedroom, one bath home is well constructed and blends with the land around it.  Built of post and beam construction the peak of the great room is 25 feet above the radiant slab the home sits on.  The open concept house has a large, fully appliance kitchen with quartz counters and maple cabinetry.  A dining area is adjacent to the kitchen and overlooks the scenic river and valley.  Large windows off the family room look out over the flowing waters of the St. John River.  A wide stair case leads from the first floor to the spacious and open, loft bedroom.  The wood used to construct the home was harvested from the local forests, milled at a nearby mill and assembled by area craftsmen.  The timber frame work of the home is old growth spruce, the walls of the home are tongue and groove cedar, and the flooring, and ceiling is tongue and groove aspen.  The wooden interior of the home evokes a feeling of comfort and security with the large timbers, and thick slabs of cedar and aspen.  Built on a dead-end road with only a few neighbors beyond the home, you have end of the road privacy. Adjacent to the home is a spacious 30 x 40-foot gambrel garage that is well insulated with an R-30 ceiling and R-19 walls.  The interior of the spacious garage is well lit with LED lighting and is very easy to heat to have a comfortable place to work year-round on projects.   The room above the garage is accessed via an exterior set of stairs that terminates on an elevated deck area that provides an amazing view of the river.  The space above the garage is currently used for storage, but could be finished off for a rental apartment for Airbnb income. The manicured grounds around the home are a nice blend of hard scape as well as soft scape elements.  Stone and perennial plantings have something in bloom throughout the growing season in northern Aroostook County. There are fruit trees, high bush blue berries, asparagus and much more growing on the rich river bottom soils adjacent to the home.  A stone patio area on the river side of the timber frame house is a great place to sit and take in the natural beauty that surrounds you here at the Allagash River House.  This would be the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee as the grey of pre-dawn gives way to the light of day as the sun rises over the hill sides of the St. John Valley. The home is built on the banks of the St. John River in Allagash, Maine.  The St. John River flows for 410 miles from Forth St. John Pond to the Bay of Fundy.  This wild river is part of Maine’s border with Canada in some sections.  Within the town of Allagash there are several other rivers to explore.  The Allagash River terminates in the center of town where it joins the St. John River.  The Allagash Wilderness Waterway is perhaps the most famous Maine river and from the home you can be on it in minutes.  The Little Black River and the Big Black River are other navigable waters to explore from Allagash.  The other notable river is the St Francis River that flows into the St John in the neighboring town of St. Francis.  The town of Allagash is a canoeist’ Mecca.  There are hundreds of miles of live water to explore right from the property.  Dozens of day trip paddles can start and finish right here at the Allagash River House. The town of Allagash is adjacent to Maine’s North Maine Woods.  Although not public land like a national forest or State Park, it is available to explore and recreate on for a nominal fee.  The North Maine Woods is an area of 3.2 million acres of privately held timberland.  Accessed via private logging roads, through checkpoints in several locations. This area is visited by many outdoor enthusiasts.  Well maintained campsites are located throughout the region.  Whether hunting, fishing, canoeing, bird watching or wildlife photography, there is something for everyone who enjoys being outdoors in the North Maine Woods area. The Allagash River House is for sale for the very first time.  This is your opportunity to buy a property in the most scenic and wild region of Maine.  Separated from the more populated regions to the south, by many miles of pavement, you are connected to the entire world, by broadband internet which is available at the property.  Here is your opportunity to buy a beautiful timber framed property on the banks of one of Maine’s most scenic flowing rivers in Maine’s most scenic region, the Allagash.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 6.13% last updated on Jan 26, 2023
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