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North Maine Woods Kingdom Parcel

Lot 1.1 Rocky Brook Road T13 R8 WELS ME 04739

MLS Number 1516368

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 3669

Why shouldn’t your retreat property also be an investment property? Get the best of both worlds in these 3,669± acres of timberland located in a remote region of the Maine North Woods. Two potential ROIs from this property include the current and future timber and the opportunity to divide and sell some HBU waterfrontage and recreational land. This is rare to find in the North Maine Woods. A 2020 timber inventory is available, call or email for details. LAND DETAILS - The property is nearly rectangular in shape making management easy. This is a rolling parcel with some impressive hills with a lot of early successional hardwoods. It is truly an upland bird paradise. Elevations on site vary from just over 700 feet near the Fish River to 1,080 FASL on North Ridge and 1,240 FASL atop Freeman Ridge. There are vista views for miles from these hillsides. According to the NRCS soil survey the soils of this area consists of Telos-Chesuncook-Ragmuff association and other related glacial tills good for forestry and wildlife. The tree species on this parcel are dominated by the coniferous spruce, fir and cedars and deciduous yellow birch and hard maple. The property fronts along Rocky Brook Road for more than 2 miles. Carr Pond Road intersects the land near the center of the parcel providing another 1 ½ miles of interior road. Unnamed spur roads leading off both Rocky Brook and Carr Pond Roads add an additional 10 miles of interior road system. WATER FEATURES – An estimated 17,000 feet of water frontage includes Fish River, Clayton Stream, Mud Pond Stream, an unnamed pond and an unnamed brook. The frontage along the Fish River makes up the largest percentage of waterfront on the property. It forms the western boundary of the land. The 69-mile-long river forms up on this property and flows northerly through Fish River Lake, Portage Lake and St Froid Lake before it joins up with the St. John River in Fort Kent, Maine. WILDLIFE – The North Maine Woods is probably best known for its abundance of moose. This is one place in the lower 48 where this largest of the world’s deer can be seen on a daily basis. Upland bird hunters know that this is also one of the best areas in the country for ruffed grouse hunting. Whitetail deer are not plentiful, but this remote region is home to the biggest bucks in the northeast. Test your hunting skills tracking a monster buck in the NMW. The NMW is home to the best wild brook trout waters in the US. Trophy square tails are caught here every year. Black bear, pine martin, fisher, fox and more of Maine’s wildlife thrive here as well. ACCESS & LOCATION – T13 R8 WELS is located in a remote region in Aroostook County Maine. This is an unorganized township with few services and low taxes. The road system is used by license with North Maine Woods Incorporated. This organization cooperates with landowners to control access to 3.5 million acres of northwest Maine. Within this area is both the Allagash Wilderness Waterway and the St. John River System. The property is located 17 miles west of the nearest public road in Portage Lake. It is 45 miles to the nearest city of Presque Isle which is also the closest commercial airport. Boston Massachusetts is located 395 miles south.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Timber – Hunting - Development Land for Sale

M1L9 Colonels Road Sebec ME 04481

Sebec, MEM1L9 Colonels Road

Price$514,000

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MLS Number 1526627

  • Land
  • Address M1L9 Colonels Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 514

Have you sold or have pending a real estate investment and need a quality 1031 exchange replacement property? Are you dreaming about a kingdom sized parcel to create a hunting and recreational retreat? Is it time to develop that homestead with room to grow? Let’s explore 514± forested acres of land in Sebec, Maine. LAND TIMBER WATER – This land is rolling topography with elevations from 480 to 840 FASL. Stony silt loams make up most of the soil types on this parcel and are suitable for growing a multitude of timber species as well as non-timber vegetation preferred by wildlife. The forest on this land has had timber stand improvement harvesting done within the past 10 years. The current mixed wood stand is diverse, uneven aged, well-spaced and growing well. Future timber management is enhanced with nearly 9,000 feet of frontage on Colonels Road and an additional 8,000+ feet of well-built roads accessing the interior of the land. Smith Brook is the water feature within this timber tract that begins from a spring fed pond off the property and runs from south to north through the eastern half of the land before exiting the property and entering Sebec Lake. The brook has both live water sections and ponded areas within the 514 acres creating a very diverse riparian habitat. WILDLIFE & RECREATION – The diverse areas of forest on the property from its hardwood ridges to the ponded wetlands along Smith Brook are home to much of Maine flora and fauna. Because the land has plenty of food, cover and water, it is prime habitat for large game animals such as whitetail deer, moose & black bear. Areas of early successional forest are favored by our favorite upland birds; ruffed grouse and woodcock. Wading birds, ducks and geese all love the beaver pond near the northern boundary. The cold brook is potential rearing waters for wild brook trout. This property and the surrounding area are blessed with an abundance of outdoor recreational possibilities. The land itself is rich with game animals for all types of hunting. The brook has fishing opportunities as do the nearby glacial formed lakes like Sebec and Schoodic. Both have cold water fisheries and size and depth necessary to satisfy all types of boaters. The property has direct access to both an ATV trail system and local snowmobile trails that access the Maine ITS trail system. LOCATION – The town of Sebec is located in the southeast corner of Piscataquis County, ones of Maine’s largest counties by area and the lowest in population at less than 17,000. Sebec has a population of about 650. This rural town is mostly forested or covered in water. This property, while being rural and peaceful, is conveniently located just 6 miles east of the county’s largest town of Dover-Foxcroft. DF is the county seat. It has a hospital, grocery and other shopping, a new skating arena, and is where the kids from Sebec attend public school at Foxcroft Academy. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is about 40 miles from the property. Boston, MA is less than a 4-hour drive. No matter what your interest in owning land is, you can find it here on these 514± acres at Colonels Road in Sebec, Maine. Call, email or text us for more information including interactive maps, video, photos and more.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lakefront Island Cabin

M8L7 South Twin Island Old Town ME 04468

Old Town, MEM8L7 South Twin Island

Price$450,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1518699

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Full Bath 1
  • MLS Status Active

This is the most unique island property for sale in Maine. It is located in the center of one of central Maine’s largest lakes. The island has grid power, a drilled well, and comes with two mainland lots for dock access and a garage. All of this is less than 20 minutes from Bangor International Airport. ISLAND & CABIN – Over 10 acres of old-growth forest covers South Twin Island in Pushaw Lake. The tree canopy is nearly 100 percent closed with little to no undergrowth on the forest floor. Hiking around the island in the shade of huge hemlocks, pines and oaks is an absolute pleasure.  The island will provide more than enough fire wood should you choose to heat with a wood stove. The cabin is situated on a high point of land in the northeast corner of the island. There are views up and down the lake from this location. The orientation of the island at the cabin location, with two dock locations, has protected docking from southern, northern and/or westerly winds. The island is less than a five-minute boat ride from the mainland lots. The 1950’s cabin has been remodeled with many improvements in the past 2 years including: a new metal roof, completely rebuilt 1/3 of the cabin, several doors and windows replaced, a freeze preventing heat strip from the well to the cabin was added, new interior knotty pine finished walls and ceiling, both with new insulation, new kitchen cabinets and sink, new shower enclosure and bathroom sink, new sill posts and more. The floor plan for the living area is an L shaped open space, plus 2 bedrooms and a bath partitioned inside the 800+ square foot cabin. The island has grid power via underwater cable from the mainland to an industrial transformer located on the island.  The electrical wiring, installed by a previous owner, is up to date with circuit breakers.  MAINLAND – Two lots on the mainland make this the most convenient island property to use and enjoy that we have ever seen. An easy drive over a town maintained paved road brings you to your own lakefront lot. Add a boat lift for worry-free boat storage and access point to the island. Directly across Woodland Avenue from the lake lot, is another lot with a garage for vehicle storage, included in sale. LAKE – Pushaw Lake was surveyed by the State of Maine at over 5,000 surface acres, 28 feet deep and nearly 7 ½ miles long. It is a warmwater fishery with smallmouth bass and northern pike being the target sport fish. Bring your bass boat and explore the many islands, coves, points and shoals for large bass and pike. Pushaw is also a great place to take your party boat for a long evening cruise around the lake. No matter what you love to do on the water, this is a large and accessible lake to do it on. LOCATION – Twin Island is located in Old Town and Glenburn, Maine. If you need accessibility, culture and convenience with your new waterfront property, this is the place for you. The cabin is located about 10 miles from the downtown center of the Old Town. This small town of less than 8,000 people offers conveniences from grocery stores, boutique shops to major hardware stores. Even closer to the cabin is the University of Maine flagship campus at Orono. Catch a Black Bear football or hockey game less than 15 minutes from the cabin or enroll in that class you have been thinking about. Northern Maine’s largest city of Bangor is only 16 miles from the property with many opportunities for shopping, health care, fine dining restaurants, casino, Cross Insurance Event Center, Waterfront Concert Series on the banks of the Penobscot River and many more annual cultural events. This is one of the friendliest, safest and cleanest cities in the northeast to visit.  What are you waiting for? Need more information? Call or email for a property information package that includes the deed, property disclosure, location maps of all three parcels, zoning & tax data plus more. Are you ready to come look? Call for an appointment today.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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144 Acres Near Bangor Maine

M1 L9 Copeland Hill Road Holden ME 04429

Holden, MEM1 L9 Copeland Hill Road

Price$325,000

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MLS Number 1517301

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 144

Looking for a large tract of land just minutes from Bangor, Maine with mountain views and plenty of privacy? Why not look at these 144± acres of land on Copeland Hill Road in Holden? Land Features – The land fronts along Copeland Hill Road and has an interior road that accesses much of the 144 acres. Views overlooking the city of Bangor and of Mount Katahdin and others in the northern Appalachian Range can be had from several locations, all are perfect spots for a new home or cabin site. The terrain is a rolling site with elevations varying from 340 to 560 FASL. The elevated site is made up of mostly silt and coarse rocky loams with oak and other hardwoods along the ridges. This property potential uses include timber investment, home sites, homestead potential and more. This large lot has a lot of wildlife roaming the woods from whitetail deer to wild turkey and ruffed grouse. The Audubon property adjacent to the property has a public access site to Fields Pond and is a quiet place to paddle or fish. Location – What sets this property apart from other parcels is its location. The 144 acres is in a rural neighborhood has the feel or a remote setting, yet you can be shopping in Bangor in just 15 minutes. The Hancock County City of Ellsworth is only 24 miles away and Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park is just 44 miles from the land. If your job allows you to live anywhere, why not here? Keeping this property protected from additional development is the fact that it abuts the Fields Pond Audubon Center. This is a 229-acre sanctuary with hiking trails and thousands of feet of shorefront on Fields Pond. Getting here is easy with access to the I95 corridor less than 5 miles from the property and Bangor International Airport is just 10 miles drive. Town Information – The town of Holden has schools for grades K-8 at RSU 63, with high school available at the in the city of Brewer or Bangor. This small rural town has a population of approximately 3,000. The town has an affordable tax rate of $17.85 for 2021. Brewer Lake is also located in Holden with a public boat landing is not far from the land.   If you need more information call or email for a property information package.

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Maine Land Investment with Mountain Views

M5L30and47 Long Ridge Road Burlington ME 04417

MLS Number 1523771

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 173

173 +/- acres of Maine forestland with mountain views, streams, paved road frontage, timber and a convenient location. Put this parcel at the top of your list for investment opportunities in 2022 LAND FEATURES: The property has 4,200 +/- feet of paved road frontage on Long Ridge Road. This is a paved town-maintained road. With this much road frontage there is substantial potential for subdivision or gifts lots to family members. An interior gated road, near the center of the land is about ½ mile long and provides access to much of the property interior. NRCS soil mapping indicates the majority of the property to be plaisted stony loams. This soil type is generally well drained. Trees species that do well in this soil include sugar maple, yellow birch, paper birch, eastern white pine, red pine, white spruce, red spruce and balsam fir. The timber on this land is mixed growth early successional forest with patches of older growth pine, hemlock and various hardwoods intermixed. Should you decide to clear some land of trees and stones for homesteading or food plots, the moderately sloped areas should produce hay, pasture and cultivated crops. This is a rolling and slopping parcel with elevations ranging from 360 to 680 +/- feet above sea level. Plan your building site on one of the many level areas near a dramatic elevation change, and you will be rewarded with some beautiful views of the surrounding hills and forest. LOCATION: Burlington is located in central eastern Penobscot County. This rural town has a population of approximately 373. The landscape of Burlington is predominately rolling undeveloped forest land.  The land is located about 11 miles to shopping in the service center of Lincoln and 50 miles from Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city. RECREATION: Burlington is blessed with a lot of outdoor recreational opportunities. It is home to Madagascal Pond, Eskutassis Pond, Little Eskutassis Pond, Saponac Pond, Madagascal Stream and the Passadumkeag River. Miles of waters for paddling, boating, fishing and swimming. Long Ridge Road is an ATV access road, ride from the property to trail head just a couple miles away. Snowmobile trails are nearby. The Nicatous area public reserved lands are 15 minutes away with dozens of ponds and large lakes, undeveloped forests most of which are open for hunting and hiking. ZONING/TAX/SCHOOLS: The town of Burlington has minimal zoning with the exception of shoreland zoning. A simple building permit is all that is needed to start your new home, cabin or business. The mil rate for Burlington was .0174 for 2021. The property is enrolled in the tree growth tax program, taxes on this land were $350 for the 2021 tax year. Most Burlington students attend schools in MSAD 31 and RSU 67, however, they may attend any school of their choosing. INVESTMENT: Along with a growing timber investment, the long road frontage and interior road make it easy to divide and sell lots. The the ease of access along with a lot of nearby lakes, rivers, year-round trails and open forest would make a great location to build rental cabins, yurts or similar glamping businesses. Need more information? Call today for a property information package that includes onsite photos, property disclosures, NRCS soil mapping, deeds, directory of town contacts and distances to points of interest.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Land and Timber Investment Property

M6L21 Tyler Lane Frankfort ME 04438

Frankfort, MEM6L21 Tyler Lane

Price$260,000

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MLS Number 1522629

  • Land
  • Address M6L21 Tyler Lane
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 203
  • Other Amenities Waterfront

If a land investment needs to be in your portfolio, it is time to come look at these 203± acres of timber land located in the mid-coast area of Frankfort, Maine. This property has marketable timber, frontage on two roads, electricity on two sides, and a brook all less than 20 minutes to downtown Belfast. LOCATION – As the old saying goes it is all about the location. For an investment to rate high a lot of factors come in to play. This land is located in the mid-coast, which geographically puts it close to a lot of mills to sell timber to. It is also well located for future development just a 30-minute drive from Bangor International Airport, and less than 20 minutes from the City of Belfast. Boston is less than 4 hours drive mostly over 1-95. QUALITY LAND – The timber on this property has been inventoried by the seller’s forester at just over 3,000 cords. The is an uneven aged stand of mixed hardwood and softwood with stands commercially viable now with a lot of established growing stock for the future. A couple intermittent streams run across portions of the property providing seasonal water features. About ½ mile of road frontage on Tyler Lane, a gravel town road, has electricity along the frontage. This access also has a couple of woody trails for exploring the properties interior. There is an additional 1,000 +/- feet of frontage along Loggin Road, a paved town-maintained road also with electric and communication lines available. A state-run website indicates there is broadband access on both roads. The soil types on this lot vary from excessively well drained to poorly drained creating a diverse habitat for flora and fauna. There is evidence of past agricultural uses of the land with an estimated 20% of the acreage once used for pasture and farm land. Game sign is heavy for whitetail deer and wild turkey in this area, with some good cover for ruffed grouse as well. FRANKFORT – This is the oldest settlement along the Penobscot River. Frankfort was incorporated in 1789 and until 1860 it included the area which is now Winterport. The town industries included ship building, lumbering, agricultural concerns and granite quarrying. The famous gray and white granite from Frankford is on display in the Washington Monument, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and many other monuments and buildings in Maine and across the nation. If you need more information contact us today for property information package and an interactive map highlighting the quality features of this great land investment.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale

715 Benedicta Road Benedicta Twp ME 04733

Benedicta Twp, ME715 Benedicta Road

Price$200,000

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MLS Number 1517509

  • Land
  • Address 715 Benedicta Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 221

Are you familiar with real estate near Baxter State Park, Mount Katahdin and southern Aroostook County? If you are, you know that this is one of the most scenic places in Maine with mountains, expansive forest and open land with quality agricultural soil. This 221 +/- acres of land for sale, located in Benedicta and T2 R6 WELS, is the perfect place to homestead, recreate and enjoy the lifestyle of Maine. LAND  Improvements-Views-Timber-Soils This land consists of 221 +/- acres of mixed timberland with old fields mixed throughout the acreage. This unique parcel has some amazing views of Mount Katahdin and the connected Appalachian Mountain Range. From your new home or cabin built on the west facing hillside, you will enjoy evenings watching the sun recede behind these prominent mountains. An already improved site along the road has a well, septic, driveway and gravel pad. The current owner is leasing this spot as a mobile home site and it is located in the southeast corner of the land. About 3 ½ acres is cleared to lawn, field and access road at this location. From the property’s frontage on Benedicta Road, the elevation is about 580 FASL and the topography is level for about 250 feet. From here the elevation changes quickly and opens up the mountain views. An interior road follows the southern boundary next to the home site then turns into the interior of the land. A small farm pond is located 900 feet from the current home site and could be a water source for farm animals or stocked for fishing. Per NRCS soil mapping, the soils on the property vary in capability from limited, moderate and intensive agricultural use to soil types best used for forestry and wildlife. The forest on the land ranges from a mix of hardwood on the higher elevations to mixed and softwood along the slopes and lower elevations.  LOCATION Big Woods-Conservation Lands-Farms Southern Aroostook County and Northern Penobscot County are very rural areas of Maine. The topography is dominated by a seemingly endless forest leading off to the horizon. Carved out of these woods are some beautiful farms growing potatoes, broccoli, corn and more. You need to take a drive though the area when the potato blossoms are peaking in the rolling fields contrasted by the Appalachian Mountains rising up in the background. Beautiful! Wildlife in the area is highlighted by the majestic Maine moose, large whitetail deer, black bears, ruffed grouse and wild turkeys. A hunter or photographer can make a good living here. The region is blessed with hundreds of rivers, lakes, and wild brook trout ponds. Baxter State Park is nearby and has hundreds of miles of trails and many mountain peaks to explore. Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument and the International Appalachian Trail are also located in this part of Maine. Getting to the property is easy, with it being located just 2.5 miles from the Benedicta exit of I95. Necessity shopping is located 4.5 miles away in the small town of Sherman. More stores and services will be found in Houlton, 42 miles north, and Lincoln, 40 miles south. Bangor International Airport is located just 79 miles away, most of which is over I95. CHANGE YOUR LIFE  Community-Privacy-Wilderness If you currently reside in a highly populated area with no space, no privacy and lots of traffic, why stay? Can you work from home utilizing new technologies and increasing internet access and speed? Do you want a simpler life living off the land? If you answered yes to any of these questions you owe it to yourself to explore your options. Call today to schedule a showing and ask for a detailed property information package.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale in Least Populated Maine County

351 Windy Pitch Drive Parkman ME 04443

Parkman, ME351 Windy Pitch Drive

Price$199,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1527448

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 135

Here is your chance to escape the crowds to Piscataquis County on these 135± acres of forested land for sale in Parkman Maine. Stream frontage, mountain views, interior roads and growing timber highlight this acreage. Use this land as a combination timber investment, recreational property and/or an off-grid homestead. THE LAND – Surveyed into three distinct lots of 40+ acres each, the property is being sold as one offering. What this means to you, is should you decide to sell land in the future or gift some property to family, the surveying expense and permitting are done. The landscape on site is slopping hill side with elevations of 580 to 830 FASL. There are many options for building sites on the land because two roads gain access to the northern and southern sides of land. The north road is nearby the stream front and the southern road accesses the height of land with great views of the foot hills and mountains along the Appalachian Trail. The northern 2/3rd’s of the property are primarily forested by hardwood species while the lower 1/3rd along the stream is maple, beach and other hardwoods mixed with spruce, fir, pine, hemlock and cedar. The last commercial harvest was done on the land about 7-8 years ago. Recently, about 16 acres has had precommercial thinning removing less desirable trees to promote improved tree growth of the hardwood stands. WATER FEATURE – This property fronts Carleton Stream for about 2,500 feet. This headwater of the Penobscot River system is a freestone stream. It begins as springs on the north side of Huff Mountain in Wellington Maine and then flows northeasterly to the property before it continues on and enters Kingsbury Stream.  Build a cabin along this remote shore, sit on the front porch and enjoy the sounds of the babbling stream. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES – Getting away from crowds and enjoying all the outdoors has to offer is what we love most about Maine. Skiing the nearby mountains, fishing for wild brook trout, hiking the 100-mile woods of the Appalachian Trail, challenge your patience and skill hunting for trophy whitetail deer, jump in your ATV to explore hundreds of miles of connected trails; these and many more of these mind mending activities are on or nearby this property. PARKMAN & PISCATAQUIS COUNTY If you are looking for privacy and solitude you need to consider Piscataquis County. This is an area of 4,378 mi² with just 16,836 population. The town of Parkman is located in the southwest corner of the county and is home to just 800 residents. It is quiet and a bit remote, yet not that hard to get to. The property is located about 50 miles from the city of Bangor and less than a 4-hour drive from Boston, Massachusetts.  About 15 miles from the land is the county seat of Dover-Foxcroft. This friendly central Maine town has all the necessities from a hospital and other health care, large and small stores, restaurants and public access to one of the area’s largest lakes and a state park. Other nearby places of interest are the growing community of Monson and the start of the 100-mile woods of the Appalachian Trail, Moosehead Lake is just 28 miles north, the Piscataquis River, Sebec and Schoodic Lakes and countless brooks, streams and ponds are all nearby Parkman. Call today if you need more details or want to schedule a time to see this pretty parcel of land.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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109 ± Acres | Fields - Woods - Mountain Views

PO6-16B Route 11 Mount Chase ME 04765

Mount Chase, MEPO6-16B Route 11

Price$165,000

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MLS Number 1518990

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address PO6-16B Route 11
  • Acreage 109
  • Other Amenities Mountain View

This is the Maine land you are looking for when not just any hundred acres will do. This land is comprised of nearly 38 acres of fields with quality farming soils surrounded by mountain views, 71 ± acres of managed forest land, paved road frontage plus private road access and affordable property taxes. All this is located in one of the most scenic and pristine regions of the state. SMALL TOWN – Mount Chase is located on the northeast quadrant of Penobscot County where is borders Aroostook County. About 200 people call Mount Chase home. Baxter State Park, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument and Upper and Lower Shin Ponds are the most notable destinations in the region surrounding Mount Chase, however there is much more to discover; thousands of acres of undeveloped forest, hundreds of nearby wild brook trout ponds, beautiful streams and rivers, small friendly communities and family-owned farms. LAND – The 109 ± acres has about 38 acres of fields along its northern and western boundaries. From these fields there are amazing views of Mount Katahdin and the northern Appalachian mountains. NRCS soil data indicates the fields consist of Thorndike channery silt loams and Dixmont silt loams both rated for intense farming. The only farming that has been done on the land since our client has owned it is hay. The land is suitable for other crops and would be a perfect place for a farming and homesteading. The forest on the property had commercial thinning over the past few years. The timber stands are mostly softwoods and mixed wood. All the forested land is in the tree growth tax program and taxes are less than The property fronts along Aroostook Scenic Highway for about 800 feet. The frontage along this section of road rises quickly from about 800 to its highpoint of 920 FASL. To make access to the property easier the deed also includes a right of way over and existing road that includes the right to extend utilities onto the land. LOCATION – The land in Mount Chase is located about just over 5 miles north of the village of Patten, Maine. This rural town has a small grocery store, restaurants, a health clinic and is home to Patten Lumbermen’s Museum. The larger town of Houlton is located about 32 miles east of the property. It has a hospital and chain stores. Houlton is a border town with NB Canada. The city of Bangor is 95 miles south of the land. If you are searching for quality and not just acres, call today to schedule a showing or for more information on this quality 109 ± acres.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lakefront Tiny Cabin

124 Jackson Way Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME124 Jackson Way

Price$101,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1528591

  • Land
  • Address 124 Jackson Way
  • MLS Status Pending
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 2.41

Central Maine lakefront property for sale includes tiny cabin, 2.41± acres with a lot of frontage on Mattanawcook Pond in Lincoln. If you’re looking for a peaceful private location that is convenient to services then you need to see 124 Jackson Way. LOT/CABIN – This is 2.41± surveyed acres with 325± feet of frontage on the lake. The shoreline is wooded with a rock and gravelly bottom and a gradual drop off from shore. A floating dock is attached to the shore and will convey with the property. The land fronts the very end of Jackson Way for 348± feet offering maximum privacy with no through traffic. A gravel driveway accesses the land and the tiny cabin. The cabin sets in a small clearing elevated from the lake and any flood plain. It is approximately 12X20 including one room and a screened porch. The 2X6 constructed building has log siding and a metal roof. It is unfinished on the interior awaiting you to finish to your liking. LAKE – Mattanawcook Pond/Lake is an 832± acre pond with a maximum depth of 22 feet. The pond has two distinct basins. The property is located in the eastern basin which is mostly a wilderness area with no grid power. Much of the shoreline here is protected wetlands with some high-quality common loon nesting habitat. This is the ideal place to paddle canoes and kayaks as the shallows here limits the amount of boat traffic. The lake is well populated with smallmouth and largemouth bass and white perch. The larger and deeper western basin of the pond extends into downtown Lincoln. It is possible to boat from the lot to the public boat landing and walk to a local grocery store, restaurants and small shops. LINCOLN – Lincoln is one of the larger service towns in the northern half of Maine with its claim to fame being the 13 lakes/ponds and the Penobscot River. located within its boundaries. It is located about 45 miles northeast of Bangor, Maine. The town’s population is about 4,850. It is a large town geographically at nearly 75 square miles. The town boasts two large grocery stores, Walmart, auto dealerships, restaurant’s, a hospital and other health care facilities and a robust downtown area of small shops. Need to know more? Call today for a print of digital information package.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Lakefront Off Grid Cabin

East Shore Drive Glenwood ME 04497

Glenwood, MEEast Shore Drive

Price$100,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1513247

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Address East Shore Drive
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural

Is your mind ready for a wilderness setting 40+ miles from the nearest shopping center? Are you looking for dark skies at night with an uninhibited view of the galaxy? Step back in time and enjoy the simplicity of lakeside recreation at this off grid lakefront cabin, located on a wilderness lake in Aroostook County, Maine. The cabin was built pre 1970 with some updates and improvements over the years. The 21’ X 28’ foot print includes the main cabin, the lakeside covered porch and a wood shed/ utility area. This cabin sets about 50 feet from the lakeshore. The building is set on concrete and wood blocks. It is finished on the exterior with cedar shingles. The heat source for the cabin is a wood stove. Lighting, cooking and refrigeration are all LP gas. This is as simple as cabin life can be. Currently the cabin owner is leasing the land from a local land company. The lease can be transferred to a new owner, or the land company will sell the 1.72± acres with 205± feet of lake frontage. The list price includes the purchase of the land. The land is heavily wooded, and the cabin is surrounded by 100+ year old white pines that provide both shade and privacy. The land and cabin are located on Wytopitlock Lake in Glenwood, Maine. The lake is 1,152± acres with a maximum depth of 24 feet. The fishing in this lake is primarily warm water species with the occasional wild brook trout. The relatively shallow shore line has a pebble bottom and is a good spot for swimming. This lake has very little developed shoreline and gets very little boat traffic. A boat landing is located on the southern shore of the lake a couple miles from the cabin. Glenwood is a remote township in south eastern Aroostook County. The last census showed a population of 3. Most of the township is managed forestland owned by just a few landowners. These owners have thus far allowed the public recreational use of their lands. If you are ready to get away from the crowd call today for more information or to schedule a showing.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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River Land For Sale

P1 L4 Route 11 Grindstone Twp ME 04460

Grindstone Twp, MEP1 L4 Route 11

Price$75,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1518690

  • Land
  • Address P1 L4 Route 11
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 3

Here is your chance to purchase land on the East Branch of Maine’s Penobscot River. This 2 +/- acre riverfront parcel is complimented and protected by an additional acre lot directly across the road from the river property. The land on the river side has approximately 250 feet of road frontage on State Route 11 and 270 +/- feet along the river. The river site is heavily wooded with a nice mix of hardwoods and softwoods.  Directly across the street from the river lot is an additional 1 +/- acre that is about 1/3 field and 2/3 forest. The acre lot also has about 250 feet of road frontage. The combined 3 +/- acres is easily accessible along both sides of the paved state route with electric and communication utilities roadside. The location is the perfect base camp for all your north woods adventures. The river lots big tree canopy provides a lot of shade and privacy. The river frontage along a babbling riffle is a perfect camping spot to enjoy the Maine outdoors. Sit around the campfire in the evenings listening to the river and enjoying the unbelievable view of the stars. A canoe trip in either direction along this scenic and pristine waterway will feature great views, wading birds, bald eagles, incredible fishing and a lot of solitude. Grindstone is located just 6 +/- miles from I-95 exit in Medway. It is easy to get here. The unorganized township has very few residents and low property taxes. The township is supported by the school systems of Medway and East Millinocket with fire protection also provided by these nearby towns. Grocery stores, health clinics and hospital are located in the town of Millinocket just 15 miles from the land and Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city is 67 miles south all but 6 miles over Interstate 95. Nearby this location is The North Maine Woods, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, Baxter State Park, The Appalachian Trail, and the amazing Penobscot River Trail facilities being just a few miles from the lots. Come here for hiking, biking, skiing, paddling, bird and moose watching, fly fishing….you decide there is a lot to enjoy in this part of Maine. If you need more information before coming to see this beautiful property call or email for a complete property information package.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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