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Country home in Lincoln, Maine

30 Cold Stream Estates Road Lincoln ME 04457
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MLS Number 1502453

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Rooms 4

The Maine country home for sale at 30 Cold Stream Estates Road in Lincoln is a 2100 +- square foot home.  Currently configured as a 1 bedroom, 1 bath home with a large one car heated garage and shop below.  The living space is on the second floor above the garage/shop building.  The home is situated on 9.98+- acres of land near the end of a private gravel road.  The home is year-round accessible and has utility power as well as a private drilled well and septic system.  The living space is very well insulated with a combination of rockwool and fiberglass insulation.  The ceiling is insulated with a layer of rockwool covered by a thick layer of fiberglass.  The living space has a direct vent propane heater and the hot water is supplied by an on demand tankless heater.  The home is nearly finished and just primarily needs a bit of trim work to be complete.  The garage/shop area, on the ground level, has approximately 1050 square feet of space that can be used as is or possibly reconfigured to your vision.  The garage portion of the ground level could easily accommodate a lift if you wanted to have one for working on your automobiles.  The lot is 9.98+- acres in size. It rises up from the road gradually towards the back of the lot.  There is approximately 40 feet of elevation change from the low spot at the edge of the road to the high point where the home is built.  There are several walking trails cut through the lot to enjoy a morning walk with your family dog and hot cup of coffee.  Being located near the end of a dead-end road there is very little traffic to disturb your privacy. The home sits back a few hundred feet from Cold Stream Estates Road for loads of privacy.  The road is an atv and snowmobile access road.  There is a primitive boat launch a short drive from the home with access to Cold Stream Pond.  There is plenty of room to add more outbuildings or an additional garage.  So, what are you waiting for?  Here is an opportunity for a nearly finished building on a larger than average lot on the edge of the town of Lincoln.  Nearby lake access to the area’s premier lake as well as atv and snowmobile trail access.  Whether you are looking to live here, or you are looking for a comfortable recreational property.  This one may be just what you are looking for.  Call soon! Lincoln is a service center community with a population just over 5000 according to the 2010 census data.  Lincoln has a hospital, VA clinic, dental providers and other healthcare related businesses.  Hardware, dining, automobiles, and several dealers of boats, atv’s as well as snowmobiles are located right in Lincoln.  Lincoln has 13 area ponds for summertime water fun.  The nearby Penobscot River is the premier smallmouth fishery on the East Coast.  Miles of interconnected trails provides year-round access for recreational vehicle enthusiasts.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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In-Town Ranch in Presque Isle, Maine

30 University Street Presque Isle ME 04769
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MLS Number 1501762

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Address 30 University Street
  • Rooms 9
  • Bathroom 2

The in-town ranch style home located at 30 University Street in Presque Isle is a move in ready housing opportunity.  The ranch style home was built in 1977 and has 3-4 bedrooms and 1 ½ baths.  The home has been well maintained and renovated since it was built.  There is a detached 2 car garage and a nicely paved and sealed driveway.  Leading into the home is a patio area of brick pavers, as well as raised perennial flower beds that have been configured to add color throughout the summer growing season.  There are two mature shade trees on the front lawn and in the back, there are rosebushes, a lilac tree as well as more perennial flowers.  The home has 1130 square feet of finished space above grade and downstairs you will find over 420 square feet of additional living space with room for a bit more if desired in the basement.  The home is heated with an oil-fired boiler and has a heat pump for additional heating as well as cooling.  The low maintenance home is in a great neighborhood, directly across from the University of Maine at Presque Isle campus.  The neighborhood is one of the best in the community with residential homes that from roadside all appear to be well maintained.  The home is close by the community walking trail which crosses through the University campus and passes directly by the far end of the neighborhood.  From the walking trail you can walk to the grammar school as well as Mantle Lake Park, where you will find tennis courts, and Mantle Lake which is stocked with fish for the children of the community to catch. The home is in Presque Isle, Maine, which is Maine’s northernmost city.  Presque Isle has a population of approximately 9500 residents.  Presque Isle is the economic hub for the region.  Located in Presque Isle are the University of Maine at Presque Isle as well as Northern Maine Community College.  The area is served by Northern Maine International Airport with daily jet service to Washington D.C. as well as Newark, NJ.  Healthcare is found at The Aroostook Medical Center as well as doctor, dental and vision care offices.  Presque Isle is large enough to provide all of what you need, yet small enough for you to have that small town feel you are looking for.  Most importantly, in todays interconnected world, Presque Isle is served by a fiber optic network for broadband internet. The region is surrounded by large farming operations as well as thousands of acres of working forest.  Outdoor recreational opportunities for all 4 seasons are found here.  There are hundreds of miles of atv and snowmobile trails that connect much of northern Aroostook County.  Downhill skiing can be found in Mars Hill at Big Rock ski area and Nordic skiing at the Nordic Heritage Center.  The trails at the Nordic Heritage Center are available during the summer to walk, hike as well as for mountain biking.  There are many area lakes just a short drive from town.  The Fish River chain of lakes are well-known cold-water fisheries.  In addition to the area lakes, there are numerous trout streams and remote trout ponds, providing countless opportunities to wet a line. If you are looking for a well-built family home in a great community, then give me a call.  The 30 University Street property has it all.  A great location with access to higher education, shopping, dining, healthcare and business opportunities.  Aroostook County and the city of Presque Isle are a great place to live, work and play.  Give me a call and let’s get the process started for changing your address to, 30 University St, Presque Isle, Maine.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Fields Realty LLC

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Maine Riverfront Home | ME Real Estate

1104 Grindstone Road Grindstone Twp ME
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MLS Number 1501194

  • Mobile Home
  • Property SubType Manufactured Home
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Address 1104 Grindstone Road
  • Bathroom 1

Maine Riverfront Home The Maine riverfront home for sale on the East Branch of the Penobscot River, is your year-round, vacation home destination.  The property consists of 1.2± acres of high riverfront land with over 505± feet of river frontage.  The 2-bedroom, 1 bath home was positioned perfectly on the lot to capture the expansive riverfront view from nearly every window in the home, and especially from the 3-season River Room.  The River Room is a large screened in area with a dining room table and chairs as well as a cedar swing to sit on and watch the wide flowing river. The view of the river is mesmerizing.  The section of the river that is seen from the property is a series of riffles, bends and deep pools that is always changing.  The home was built with low maintenance and year-round enjoyment in mind.  With metal roofing, vinyl siding, mature trees, and wildflowers, your time at home is spent in enjoying the tranquil setting and planning your next outdoor adventure, not in mowing the lawn and painting the house.  This is a turnkey, river front property that is ready to enjoy from your very 1st day of ownership.  The riverfront, country home is located along the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Scenic Byway.  The Katahdin Woods & Waters National Scenic Byway is 89 miles of scenic roadway that ends near Baxter State Park’s north entrance near Grand Lake Matagamon.  Grand Lake Matagamon is the headwaters of the East Branch of the Penobscot River.  This section of river is part of the Henry David Thoreau-Wabanaki trail.  Henry David Thoreau and a Wabanaki guide, in 1857, canoed this wild section of river.  The river flows 27 miles from Grand Lake Matagamon to Medway, Maine.  This can be a challenging paddle with high water as there are many sections of whitewater along its course.  Sea run Atlantic salmon, landlocked salmon, brook trout and smallmouth bass all can be found here.  Areas surrounding the property are large tracts of working forest lands, as well as conservation lands all adding to the recreational opportunities available to you.  Moose, deer, river otters as well as bald eagles will all be seen by you from or near the property.  Bird watching enthusiasts will be happy to know that the current owner has recorded over 50 species of birds right from the River Room.  Just six miles further north along the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Scenic Byway you will find Penobscot River Trails.  Penobscot River Trails is a free to public outdoor recreation area that gets you outside.  There you can find over 15 miles of groomed trails for walking, hiking, biking, skiing and more.  The Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument is located just up the road as well.  Baxter State Park, and Maine’s tallest mountain, Mount Katahdin, are just over 40 miles from the property. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase an absolutely stunning riverfront, vacation property.  The home sits high over the East Branch of the Penobscot River with captivating views from nearly every room.  Start your day in the early grey light of morning, with a hot cup of coffee sitting in the River Room, with the sounds of songbirds, gentle mountain breezes and the flowing waters of the Penobscot River.  Spend your day on countless outdoor adventures available from your river front property.  Finally end your day, watching the setting sun, as you watch the flowing waters of the river.  As darkness falls, and the night sky is filled with bright stars, lay your head down and reflect on the unspoiled beauty that surrounds you here at your Maine river front cabin.  Call today!

Listed by Rick Theriault of The Land Brothers

Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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Riverfront Timberland for sale

00 Off Jemptland Road Connor Twp ME 04762
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MLS Number 1498455

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Acreage 45.8

The Little Madawaska River cabin homesite is a 45.8+- acre surveyed parcel of river front timberland.  It is located in the low taxed unorganized township of Connor, Maine.  The area location is a mix of timberland and farmland properties.  It is a rural area where outdoor recreation is enjoyed by resident and visitor alike.  Located between two small northern Maine cities you get the benefit of country living without a real burden of being too remote. The 45.8+- acre surveyed parcel of land is located about 1 ½ miles from power, so this is an off-grid cabin or home site.  The gravel ROW road to the property is in place allowing direct access to the property.  The land slopes downward from the northern boundary to the river to the south.  The property has been lightly harvested and there is still a good stocking of mixed wood.  It is predominantly a softwood lot with cedar, spruce and fir of marketable size.  This is a very nice parcel of timberland with excellent recreational possibilities.  There are access points near the property to get on the vast interconnected atv and snowmobile trail network.  The Little Madawaska River offers fishing and waterfowl hunting right from the property.  The property and the surrounding woodlands are filled with white tail deer, moose and other game animals.  Moose and deer are frequently seen on the property. The soil maps of the property indicate that the predominant soil is quite rich providing a good environment for timber growth.  The long frontage on the Little Madawaska River is very nice providing direct access to the property for canoeing and fishing the clear waters of the river.  The long road frontage along the ROW road makes accessing the property for hunting, logging or building a cabin very convenient.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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Haney Road Homesite

Haney Road Connor Twp ME 04736

Connor Twp, MEHaney Road

Sale Price$123,500

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MLS Number 1496148

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address Haney Road
  • Acreage 134.5

The Haney Road homesite is a 134.5+- acre parcel of hay fields and timberland.  It is located in the low taxed, unorganized township of Connor, Maine.  The location is a mix of timberland and farmland properties in Aroostook County.  It is a rural area where outdoor recreation is enjoyed by resident and visitor alike.  Located just a few miles from Caribou Maine, you get the benefit of country living without a real burden of being too remote.  Access to the property is along a sparsely populated public road, that passes through thousands of acres of farm fields and rolling stands of timber. There are access points near the property to get on the vast interconnected atv and snowmobile trail network.  The property and the surrounding woodlands are filled with white tail deer, moose and other game animals.  Tracks of both species were clearly seen on the property in the damp earth along the interior road that leads from the paved road to the back of the property nearly 1 mile away.  The select harvest of timber that was completed 14 years ago, left a healthy forest ecosystem, with food and cover for ruffed grouse, whitetail deer, moose and other northern Maine game animals.  Nearby you can find the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge which was formed from land formerly owned by Loring Air Force Base.  The refuge provides opportunities to view birds, and animals native to the area. The 134.5+- acre tract of land has power at the road, so you can conveniently build a home near grid power.  If you would prefer to live off-grid, well you could do that as well.  Multiple options for homesites can be found on the property. The property was harvested about 14 years ago and there is still a very good stocking of mixed wood, hardwood as well as soft wood.  The road that was cleared to access the timber, winds thru the property.  Along its course are several potential off-grid homesites that could be used.  There are two cleared fields of approximately 20 acres of rich farm soils located near the road side of the property.  The first field is convenient to power and at one time was the site of a home that has long since burned down.  Parts of the fireplace hearth can be seen amongst the rose bushes and nearby lilac tree that were planted by the old home. The old barn still remains, and could possibly be saved or removed and some of the materials reclaimed for building a new home.  The second field is screened from the road by a strip of mature timber.  This too could make a nice home site convenient to utility power, or off-grid if you prefer cutting the chord from the utilities.  If you want even more privacy and wish to utilize all the cleared acreage for growing crops, then building further into the interior of the property would be a nice option.  The land lends itself to fairly easy construction as it is relatively flat with some small elevation changes throughout the acreage.  This is a very nice parcel of farm and timber land with excellent recreational possibilities. The soil maps of the property indicate that the predominant soil is quite rich providing a good environment for timber and crop growth.  The neighboring properties that are used for growing potatoes, oats, hay and more highlight the quality soils of the area.  The USDA soil maps indicate that nearly 100% of the parcel has soil that can handle intense farming.  The soils are described as gravely loams with 2-8% slopes.  Clearing more of the acreage over time would yield very good crop land to add to the nearly 20 acres of currently cleared acreage.  Having wooded land with good soils produces healthy stands of timber.  This is a great parcel of land, located in a beautiful part of the state.  Call today to make it yours!

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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Log Cabin For Sale in Maine | ME Real Estate

Lot 3.86 Loop Road Elm Stream Twp ME 04441
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MLS Number 1494131

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Location Rural
  • Address Lot 3.86 Loop Road
  • Bedrooms 2

  Property Overview A cedar log cabin and 55+- acres of timber land for sale in the North Maine Woods.  The 815+- square foot cedar log hunting camp is a 4-season recreational property.  It is very well built.  Containing 2 bedrooms, a full bath, an open concept kitchen, dining and living room.  The cabin has a drilled well and septic and is well insulated.  It has a large covered porch for enjoying the sounds of the north woods while drinking a cup of coffee in the early morning hours, or enjoying the star filled night sky with an adult beverage.  The camp is in the North Maine Woods approximately 20 miles from the Canadian border, in a very desirable recreational area.  There are very few opportunities to own property in the North Maine Woods, call today to find out more, before this log cabin getaway is gone. 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 area. 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 wooded acreage was last harvested in the late 1980’s.  There are two small brooks that cross the property.  The old logging trails and soft earth near the brooks have deer, moose and other animal tracks crossing them.  Numerous game trails through the thick understory are indications that numerous deer, moose and other game are making their home upon the 55 +- acre parcel.  This part of the state is a prime ruffed grouse hunting destination.  On a recent trip to the property in the spring, nearly a dozen hen grouse were seen along the gravel roads leading to the camp.  The large expanses of forest are filled with many species of large and small game.  Water and Land Features The surrounding area is wooded with predominately sugar maple and other hardwood species.  Some softwood stands are interspersed amongst the hardwoods.  Mixed wood stands and some whitetail wintering yards are located nearby.  Seboomic Lake, the St. John Ponds and several trout streams are located just a short drive from the property.   There are numerous public launches nearby giving you access to large trout, togue and salmon fisheries in Moosehead and Seboomic lakes.  For moving water enthusiasts, the west branch of the Penobscot River is nearby.  Its pools and rapids are home to both brook trout and landlocked salmon.  If you like to hunt, fish, ride recreational vehicles and get immersed in the forest, then this is a property you need to see.  The lot has two small streams bisecting it.  Nulhedus Stream is the largest of the two brooks, and there is nearly 935 feet of frontage on Nulhedus Stream.  The unnamed brook, that is seen from the porch of the cabin, has several deep pools formed by beaver activity.  The ground surrounding the water has been transformed by the beavers into grassy meadows. 

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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Maine River View Country Home for Sale

20 Oakview Lane Enfield ME 04493

Enfield, ME20 Oakview Lane

Sale Price$229,000

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MLS Number 1491473

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Address 20 Oakview Lane
  • Location Rural
  • Bathroom 2

Maine river view country home for sale in Enfield, Maine.  The raised ranch style home of 1778+- square feet of finished living space was built in 1997.  The spacious Maine country home has 3 large bedrooms and 2 full baths.  A large eat in kitchen with an adjacent dining area that has sliding doors onto a raised deck overlooking the open back yard with a view of the Penobscot river.  There is a living room off of the kitchen where you can relax in the evening.  There is an attached two car garage with direct entry into the living space.  A small outbuilding can be used to store your lawn mower and landscaping tools. The river view home is very well built on a quiet, dead end road with only about a dozen neighbors.  The country home is situated on a well landscaped and surveyed lot of 1.1+- acres.  There is nearly 336 feet of frontage on the road which is town maintained.  There is a long gravel driveway leading from Oak View Lane to the home.  If you are in the market for a river view country home, this one should be on your shortlist.  Call today before this one drifts away. Area info The home is located 4 miles from the interstate and a 30-minute drive to the city of Bangor which has approximately 33000 residents.  The neighboring community of Lincoln, Maine is a service center community of 5000 citizens where you will find groceries, a hospital, car dealerships and dining opportunities.  The town of Enfield has about 1600 year-round residents.  There is also a large seasonal population that return to the area during the summer months to their lakefront properties and other seasonal cottages built in and around the town of Enfield. Year-round outdoor recreational opportunities can be found in the area.  Summer months fishing and boating on the Penobscot River.  The bass fishing on the Penobscot is particularly good.  This is a world class, bass fishery that many fishermen journey to the area to search for lunker bass.   The river can be navigated for several miles up and down river from the property.  A nearby network of ATV trails during the Spring, Summer and Fall months are enjoyed by riders.  During the Winter months you can find well groomed snowmobile trails that connect local riders to points north.  Cross country skiing and snowshoeing through the vast, undeveloped woodlands in the area often lead to wildlife sightings of snowshoe hare, owls, eagles and ruffed grouse. 

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by First Choice Real Estate

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Recreational Retreat For Sale in Maine

19 Katahdin Iron Works Road Ebeemee Twp ME 04414
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MLS Number 1492844

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Rooms 10
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathroom 2

Property Description “Little House on the Prairie” was a television series that aired when I was growing up.  That series depicted the growing up years of Laura Ingalls Wilder on the prairie in the central United States during the late 1800’s.  This was a period of expansion in to the untamed wilderness areas of our country.  The show depicted what it may have been like to grow up during that time in a little house on the prairie.  Although the Prairie Lodge in Ebeemee township was built in 1921, the area where it stands was no less wild than the unexplored western United States when it was first settled.  This region, today, is the most sparsely populated county east of the Mississippi River.  The Prairie Lodge, when it was built, was not a little house on the Prairie, but rather a quite grand home for its time.  With over 2200 square feet of interior living space, 6 bedrooms, two full baths and a beautiful river rock fireplace in the living room this property still maintains an air of elegance missing from many newer homes of today.  The wide halls, tall ceilings and large rooms are waiting for you to make them your home. The historic country inn for sale in Maine with acreage located in Ebeemee Township is the Prairie Lodge on a large riverfront lot of 95.5+- acres.  The historic property was built in 1921.  Built in an area called the Prairie, as it is a flat expanse of land surrounded by hills and the Appalachian mountain range.  The home sits on a poured concrete foundation and has a detached 2 car garage.  There is a separate standalone building on the site situated along Route 11, that has housed a snack bar at one time.  This building could be used as a business location or perhaps converted into a small rental home. In the past the home was visited by many people as it served as not only a large family home; it had been a large farm, an Inn, an airport and most interestingly as a Speak Easy and a brothel during Prohibition.  Are you looking for a Bed & Breakfast opportunity or a large historic home?  The Prairie Lodge property is an opportunity awaiting your vision.  During the westward expansion of our country, the call was “Go West young man”.  Well today I would say, come north, to the Prairie Lodge and bring your vision of a bright future with you.  Call today to arrange a personal viewing of the home and acreage.     Area Description The home is located on the Katahdin Iron Works road in the low property tax, unorganized territory of Ebeemee Township which leads to a vast, wilderness recreation area that is visited by many hikers, fishermen, hunters and wildlife enthusiasts.  Gulf Hagas, the 100-mile Wilderness, Screw Auger Falls and the Appalachian Trail are all just up the road from the property.  The home sits off by itself giving you lots of privacy, yet you can be in the town of Milo in 15 minutes where you can find groceries, hardware and more.  Recreational Data The area surrounding the home is home to all of Maine’e wildlife.  You will find moose, deer, beaver, turkeys as well as snow shoe hare.  The toughest section of the Appalachian Trail passes nearby.  This section known as the 100-mile Wilderness has given many experienced hikers pause due to its level of difficulty.  Hunting, fishing, wildlife watching as well as recreational vehicle riding are all enjoyed in the area.  Water Features The Middle Branch of the Pleasant River bisects the property.  There is over 2200 feet of frontage on this trout stream.  The section of stream has riffles, deep pools and some undercut banks.  The water is crystal clear.  It looks to be a place where a brook trout would call home.  Fiddle Head ferns are found along the shore of the stream on the property.  These ferns are a delicacy enjoyed each spring by many people that appreciate foraging for them.  There is a nice kidney shaped farm pond located across the road from the home.  There are numerous springs and small trickles that cross portions of the acreage.  Located a short drive from the property are Ebeemee Lake and Schoodic Lake.  Both of these water bodies provide both warm and cold-water fishing opportunities. Land Features The property once housed a grass air strip.  Its foot print would need to be widened as young pine trees have encroached upon the runway.  The home site itself is very flat, which would make ground work very easy.  Approximately 30 acres of the property are overgrown field with the balance wooded.  There is some merchantable timber on the property, but the majority of the stems are young.  Sections of hardwood, softwood and mixed wood stands make up the wooded acreage.  The grounds around the home are filled with perennial flower plantings, a large lilac tree and other ornamental flowers add color and depth to the home.  

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

Listing Sold by Vacationland Realty

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Lakefront Log Cabin

Lot TT3 Rafuse Way T4 Indian Purchase Twp ME 04462
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MLS Number 1489471

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Address Lot TT3 Rafuse Way
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 1

Property Description A lakefront vertical log cabin for sale with mountain views is awaiting you in Katahdin country.  The 822+- square foot log cottage is situated on a large 1.3+- acre waterfront lot with over 930+- feet of lake frontage.  The cabin sits up on a private peninsula lot with pine trees lining the shore.  The cottage uses lake drawn water and has a newly installed chambered, septic system.  The cottage was built originally in the 1960’s.  Gas lighting and appliances as well as its full bath, make time spent at the lake very enjoyable.  The location is very private as there are only a handful of other camps nearby, with lots of conservation land protecting much of the lake shore.  The property is off-grid and is 6 miles from a paved road.  Panoramic views of the lake and Mount Katahdin provide an awe inspiring back drop to your family gatherings at the camp.  This is a great opportunity to purchase a lake side log cabin, vacation property for your family.  Call today! Area Description The property is located in an unorganized township just outside of the town of Millinocket.  The township is called T4 Indian Purchase.  The area is a vast working forest with rolling hills, steep ridges, small streams and ponds and lots of lakes.  The Appalachian Trail can be accessed just 5 miles from the property in a region known as the 100 Mile Wilderness.  This area is a rugged and wild section of the Appalachian trail that challenges hikers of all ages.  Although there are logging roads that go beyond the camp, the roads are normally gated with no vehicle access.  This is a very beautiful and remote part of Maine, yet you can be in Millinocket on a supply run in about 30 minutes. Recreational Data This area is a 4-season recreational destination.  Hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking and snowmobiling are all enjoyed by residents and visitors to the area.  The access road to the property is a groomed snowmobile trail in the winter.  Fishing opportunities directly from the property include bass, perch, salmon and trout.  There is nearly 5000 acres of lakes that can be accessed directly from the cottage.  Turkey Tail and Middle Jo-Mary lakes flow into Upper and Lower Jo-Mary.  These waters provide fantastic fishing opportunities during both the open and hard water seasons.  The ridges, valleys and vast stretches of forested land are home to all of Maine’s game animals.  Moose, deer, ruffed grouse, snow shoe hare and more are found here. Water Features Turkey Tail and Middle Jo-Mary lakes together are 1143 acres of freshwater.  Passing through into Upper and Lower Jo-Mary lakes adds an additional 3700 acres of water to explore just in that chain.  With a canoe or kayak the adventurous individual can gain access to the Pemadumcook chain of lakes near White Horse Landing which is a historical site filled with history of Maine’s log driving past.  Pemadumcook Lake is connected to Ambajejus Lake as well as North and South Twin lakes.  This is over 23000 acres of cold-water fishery that can be accessed from the property.   With depths of over 100 feet, these waters are home to salmon, trout, togue and more. Land Features The peninsula lot rises above the lake shore approximately 20 feet.  Jutting out into the lake with its elevated location, there is a nearly constant breeze that keeps you cool during the summer and carries the mournful cry of the loon to your ears as you sit by the crackling campfire gazing into the star filled skies of the Katahdin region.  The land around the Jo-Mary and Pemadumcook chain of lakes varies from steep ridge lines to deep valleys with crystal clear streams that flow into and out of the chain of lakes.  Vast stretches of working forest with pine, spruce, maple and more surround the lakes.  Mount Katahdin is prominent in your view from the property as well as the much of the surrounding area.  Dozens of smaller trout filled ponds await you if you are willing to hike your way to them.  Native Brook trout of bragging size are waiting for you. 

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Land for sale in Aroostook County

Lot 8E South Road Oakfield ME 04763
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MLS Number 1484354

  • Land
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address Lot 8E South Road
  • Acreage 40

Property Description The off-grid home site for sale in Oakfield, Maine is 40± acres.  It has frontage on a town-maintained road.  The lot is 4027 feet deep and slopes down from the road which is 740 feet in elevation towards the south end of the property which is approximately 680 feet above sea level.  There is an interior road of approximately 1900 feet in length.  The soils of the plot near the South Road are of farm class.  According to the USDA soil maps about 10 acres of the property could be used for intense farming.  There are several apple trees that line the beginning of the road onto the property.  The mixed wood forest has a good stocking of merchantable and nearly merchantable timber.  This a nice accessible lot of just the right size with a great balance of privacy and accessibility.  Area Description The community of Oakfield, ME is located in Aroostook County between the towns of Smyrna to the west, and Linneus to the east.  The area is predominately working forest and farmland.  Oakfield is a small community of 682 residents.  There is a grocery store, a couple of gas stations, and a diner in the small town.  The largest employer in the town is Katahdin Log Homes.  They are a manufacturer of cedar log homes.  The community of Houlton to the north is where more shopping, dining and healthcare can be obtained.  The town of Oakfield is the site of one of Maine’s wind farms.  The project benefits local residents with lower property taxes.  Recreational Information 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.  Frequent sightings of eagles and osprey soaring overhead are common. ATV and snowmobile enthusiasts can explore the vast trail system through the millions of acres of northern Maine forest.  The ITS and ATV trails can be accessed just a short distance from the property.  Water Features Although the property has no water frontage, it does benefit from a Right of Way easement that provides access to nearby Skitacook Lake.  The lake is a warm water fishery of 435 acres in size.  It has a very good population of white perch and chain pickerel.  Much of the shoreland of this lake is in conservation easement which protects the watershed and limits activities on the land surrounding the lake.  In addition to the access to Skitacook Lake, the East Branch of the Mattawamkeag River is accessible from many points and provides great canoe trips thru the area.  The Mattawamkeag has trout, salmon, and small mouth bass.  The woodlands surrounding the Mattawamkeag are predominantly working forest with limited development.  There are several camp sites along it that make overnight canoeing adventures easy to plan and enjoy.

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Maine Lakefront Property for Sale

Lot 3 Cook Island Orneville Twp ME 04463
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MLS Number 1474202

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  • MLS Status Closed
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address Lot 3 Cook Island
  • Acreage 2.29

This water access only lot on Cook Island on Big Boyd Lake is an excellent opportunity. The 2.29+/- acre lot with 210 feet of owned frontage with deep water access is a private recreational retreat location. The lot is well wooded with mature trees and the Forest canopy provides plenty of shade. There is a parking area, which is part of the association available for launching a boat on Little Boyd Lake. Big Boyd Lake is 1005 acres in size with an average depth of 14 feet. This warm water fishery is an excellent bass, perch and pickerel lake. The warm water makes swimming, waterskiing or just paddling your canoe or kayak enjoyable. Big Boyd Lake is located in Orneville, Maine and is just 40 minutes from Bangor. This lakefront lot on Cook Island is private and convenient to get to. This Island oasis awaits your vision.

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Waterfront Maine Home For Sale in Portage Lake

3071 Portage Road Portage Lake ME 04768
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MLS Number 1463995

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Closed
  • Address 3071 Portage Road
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 3

North Country Lodge Property Description North Country Lodge is a country log home for sale with 356± acres of river and lakefront land. The Maine country home has over 2652± sqft of finished living space. The year round accessible, 2-bedroom, 3-bath, waterfront log home located in Portage Lake, ME is a sportsman’s dream estate. The house sits off of the Fish River Scenic Highway on a well landscaped homesite. The soil near the home is farm class. The house is surrounded by lush green fields, and apple trees and grape vines. The woods beyond the home separating it from Portage Lake and the Fish River, are dense and stocked with merchantable stands of timber. The property has evidence of a very healthy and diverse ecosystem. Moose, deer, bear, beaver, turkeys and all manner of waterfowl live on and around the property. The Fish River and the chain of lakes it interconnects are a world-class cold-water fishery. This is an opportunity to purchase a country log home where you can have it all. Hunting land, waterfront, privacy, sustainability and access to a vast trail network to explore Maine’s North Woods. Call today, to schedule your personal viewing of the North Country Lodge log home estate. Area Description Portage Lake, Maine is a small town in northern Aroostook County. The population of Portage Lake, according to the 2010 Census, was 391 residents. The town also has a large number of seasonal residents that have camps on Portage Lake. The town of Portage is a stop along the Fish River Scenic Byway. The Fish River Scenic byway follows Route 11 from Portage to the town of Fort Kent. The views of rolling hills, farm fields as well as Portage and Eagle Lakes make this drive one of Maine’s most scenic routes. Portage is a gateway into the North Maine Woods area. Maines North Maine Woods is a region of over 3 ½ million acres of privately owned, commercial wood lands. The region completely surrounds the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Within this area you will find trout filled ponds and streams, more moose than people and some of Maine’s most scenic places. This region is visited by people who make their living in the logging industry, as well as outdoor enthusiasts that recreate in the region. Hunters, fishermen, hikers and nature photographers all come here. Portage is about a 45-minute drive to Presque Isle where you will find the University of Maine at Presque Isle, Northern Maine Community College, Northern Light A. R. Gould Hospital as well as restaurants, banks, and more. Presque Isle is Maine’s northern most city and commercial center with a population of 9007 from a 2019 Census Bureau estimate. There is a commercial airport in Presque Isle connecting the residents of the area to the rest of the world. Recreational Data North Country Lodge is located in one of Maine’s 4-season recreational destinations. Portage Lake and the North Maine Woods area are visited by outdoor enthusiasts all year long. Spring time is open water fishing. The Fish River area is a world class landlocked salmon and lake trout fishery. The Fish River itself holds brook trout of bragging size. The woods surrounding the waterways are home to all of Maine’s wildlife. Ducks, geese, turkey, ruffed grouse as well as moose, whitetail deer and black bear are found in this area in good numbers. Hunters have sought out adventure in this region for decades. There are numerous Registered Maine guides that make their living guiding clients pursuing adventure in this area. Winter is a very busy time of year. Outdoor enthusiasts looking for snowmobile riding can find some of the best conditions as well as the best trails in New England right here. During the summer the numerous logging and farm roads make up a very nice ATV trail network that leads you thru some of the back country. If you are looking to play outdoors, look no further than Portage Lake, Maine. Water Features The North Country Lodge home sits on 356 +- acres of land with over 1100 +- feet of frontage on Portage Lake as well as over 3316+- feet of frontage on the Fish River. That is a combined river and lakefrontage of over 4436 +- feet. The Fish River starts at Fish River Lake and flows thru Portage Lake on its way to the St John River in Fort Kent. Along its course it flows into and out of several Lakes making up the Fish River Chain of lakes. Ten miles downstream from the property is St. Froid Lake. That 10-mile section of river makes a very nice canoe or kayak trip. Sightings of moose, deer, ducks, beaver and river otters would be common occurrences.  Fishing for trout and landlocked salmon in the spring and late summer are available right from the property. Land Features The log home sets back from Route 11 about 600+- feet. The trees surrounding the home add a high level of privacy for the cabin. The 52+- acres closest to Route 11 are comprised of farm class soils. Here you will find over 100 apple trees and grape vines growing. There is plenty of room for pasture as well as garden spots. The remainder of the acreage is largely wooded with softwood timber. White cedar, spruce and fir make up a good portion of the timber type. The land slopes down to the river from Route 11 where it is about 780+-feet above sea level to the river’s edge which is about 615 feet above sea level. The views of Portage Lake and the surrounding valley from the home are amazing.

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Listing Sold by The Land Brothers

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