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Hunting Property and Land For Sale

This is a selection of Maine's best hunting properties and land for sale located around the state. Big game hunting in Maine for black bear, whitetail deer and moose can be enhanced by finding the right property to make a lifetime of memories with friends and family. If you are looking for a hunting camp, an undeveloped parcel of land, or maybe a home with some acreage to hunt in your own back yard, this is the place to start your search. Our land agents are experienced hunters, land owners, or have years of experience marketing or helping people find a great recreational hunting property. The following properties are in rural parts of Maine and have been filtered to have at least 10 acres of land. We have partnered with RealTree and United Country Real Estate to promote hunting and recreational properties of land, water, farm and timber across the United States.

Country Home For Sale

899 Medway Road Medway ME 04460

Medway, ME899 Medway Road

Price$90,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1535293

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

Are you looking for a efficient and affordable home that’s big enough for a couple or single person? Maybe you are looking for rental property or maybe a getaway. The bathroom was remodeled in 2022. The owners put in a new floor, toilet, and vanity. They added a new washer and dryer also during that time. They installed a new heat pump and wired for a generator hook up. Step out on to your big back deck every morning and enjoy a cup of coffee or spend evenings enjoying the stars sitting by a fire. This home has been used as a rental for three years and is a very well maintained one bedroom, one bath, single story home with an eat in kitchen with a roomy pantry. Spend your time enjoying your property surrounded by the beautiful outdoors. There is plenty of room also for a garage if you want to have one built to fit your needs. Make this your base camp when you come to the region to enjoy all we have to offer for recreation or come and retire here. Medway is the gateway to one of the largest wilderness areas. The region is home to Baxter State Park, numerous whitewater rafting companies, miles of snowmobile trails, and hundreds of pristine lakes and rivers. Wildlife abounds in this natural, unspoiled environment. This home is only 4 miles from the interstate and would be an easy commute to the Bangor area or go north to Houlton.

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170 Main Street Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME170 Main Street

Price$330,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1535153

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 2
  • Half Baths 2
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address 170 Main Street

Once you get here, you won't want to leave Lubec, home to Maine's easternmost lighthouse at Quoddy State Park. Located right on route 189 into Lubec proper just 1⁄2 mile away, thisexpansive building sits on .44 acres and has plenty of parking for several vehicles and even room for a boat. Once the location of a very popular restaurant, there's 2784 square feet of space to transform into both one level living on one side or to establish your business enterprise on the other. Or, design and finish the home of your dreams inspired by water views of Johnson's Bay. Take advantage of this highly trafficked location as anyone heading into Lubec,or onto Campobello Island, Canada, must pass by! The spacious parking lot is flat and easily accessible for adventure seekers to stop in and peruse your restaurant, shop or recharge at your Airbnb, micro hotel or other venture. Lubec's natural beauty is unparalleled and the economy hearty as exemplified by several restaurants, a brewery, chocolatier, specialty shops, commercial fishing vessels and grocery: Nearby are 4 lighthouses, 150 miles of hiking trails,town beach riddled with beach glass and Roosevelt International Park, which was once the summer home of President FDR and First Lady Eleanor. Soaring bald eagles and frolicking harbor seals are common inhabitants of the area and you can catch a glimpse of a Minke, Rightor Finback whale off shore in the Bay of Fundy. Experience the coastal Maine lifestyle and live where you'd vacation!

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Riverfront Land for Sale

568 Pattagumpus Road Medway ME 04460

Medway, ME568 Pattagumpus Road

Price$249,000

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MLS Number 1534898

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • Address 568 Pattagumpus Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 34.55

Penobscot Heights is a large 34.55± acre tract of Penobscot River land for sale. Located in Medway, ME is a parcel of river front land comprised of six surveyed river front lots and one surveyed road front lot. There is over 3132 feet of river frontage and 335 feet of road frontage. The property has a gravel access road from route 116 to the land that fronts on the Penobscot River. The lots are heavily wooded with mature hemlock, pine, cedar and some very impressive oak trees. The land is rolling and is elevated above the river. The property would make a private home site along the river or perhaps a set of rental cabins that could provide ongoing rental income from fisherman and vacationers visiting the Katahdin region. The property lies on the southern shore of the Penobscot River, one mile below the confluence of the east and west branches of the Penobscot River. This section of the Penobscot River lies above Weldon dam in Molunkus township, and below the Medway dam. The impoundment formed between these two dams extends for nearly eight miles of largely placid water. This is a great area for boating and fishing for small mouth bass. Navigating downstream from the property you will come to Salmon Stream which flows into the Penobscot from the north and Pattagumpus Stream which joins the Penobscot from the south. Both of these streams are great fisheries that are lightly fished. Downstream from the Medway dam, you will find a pretty good flow of highly oxygenated water, and the fishing can be quite good here at times. If you are an investor looking for river front land to develop, or you want a large riverfront property to build your dream home you will want to check out Penobscot Heights. The property has year-round access, utility power available, is high and dry and offers a high degree of privacy. You could land a float plane here on this section of river to shorten the travel time to your Penobscot River property from wherever you call home.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 108.5 Gilkey Hill Road Freeman Twp ME 04983

MLS Number 1534717

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 0.55

Welcome to Plan 2 Lot 108.5 on Gilkey Hill Rd in the Township of Freeman. A .55+/- acre lot in the heart of western Maine recreation. If you're looking for an affordable place to park your camper or build a home, you can do it here! Gilkey HIll Road is a maintained dirt road with power available. The ATV/Snowmobile trail passes through the corner of the land providing easy access to all the riding you could want. If you're more interested in hunting and fishing, you can jump on an atv or get in a truck and be whitetail hunting on hardwood ridges and large timber tracks or fishing on nearby Porter lake in minutes. If you're looking for an affordable piece of land in a quiet location with power available, then take a ride and come check it out!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Private Country Home

390 West Old Main Road Lowell ME 04493

Lowell, ME390 West Old Main Road

Price$499,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1534709

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 2
  • Full Bath 2
  • Bedrooms 5
  • MLS Status Active

This GORGEOUS five bedroom, two bath home sits on 84 acres of land in the small town of Lowell. 71 acres are in tree growth, with the 270’ of road frontage being included in the 13 acres that are not in tree growth. The big backyard features a 2.5 to 3 acre cleared field. The house is a brand new build and has never been lived in. The owners started the construction of the home in 2019, and have just completed it. When you walk into the open kitchen, dining living space, you will immediately see the quality workmanship that has gone into this home. The open living space is finished in tongue and groove pine, with a sliding glass door that leads out onto the huge composite deck that surrounds three sides of the home. You will also notice the high end finishes in the kitchen with granite countertops with a nice large bar, stainless steel appliances, and beautiful cabinetry. A roomy bathroom with a full tub is off the main living space, along with three bedrooms. The master bedroom has the other full bath attached, with a stand up shower. On the lower level you will find two more finished bedrooms, each with a huge walk-in closet. The utility room is on the lower level and features a brand new hybrid heat pump hot water heater and brand new propane furnace, that was just installed a few weeks ago. There is also a utility closet with shelving for all your storage needs, along with another closet under the stairs where the circuit breaker box is located. The lower level is fully exposed on the back side with a walk out onto a patio. The beautiful backyard completes the package. Sit on the deck and watch the wildlife in the backyard field as you drink your morning coffee. This property is a must see! Come check it out before it is too late!

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Country Home For Sale

2692 Northfield Road Northfield ME 04654

Northfield, ME2692 Northfield Road

Price$267,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1534322

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 2
  • Full Bath 1
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Half Baths 1

Rustic “owner built” off grid gambrel offers a great inviting home to someone who is a bit of an adventurer!  The house is located near the paved road with 400’ of road front, but its 41 wooded acres run over 4600’ back from the road with frontage on New Stream and Joe Meadow Brook.  Home would be a great spot for a guide service with its set up, the “great room” on the front is the ideal “gathering spot” or even a perfect location/setup for a home business. Smaller hunting camp set a good distance back from the road and a loft area over the garage that would also make nice housing if more space was needed.

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Undeveloped Coastal Land For Sale | Maine Real Estate

Lot3 Bog Brook Lane Cutler ME 04626

Cutler, MELot3 Bog Brook Lane

Price$32,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1533958

  • Land
  • Address Lot3 Bog Brook Lane
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 17

Enjoy the beauty of Cutler Harbor and the scenic views of the Bold Coast Scenic Byway as you travel to private Bog Brook Lane (Way).  This undeveloped rural, wooded lot is located in the Bold Coast Area subdivision. Build your off grid retreat in the heart of this Bold Coast area. The property’s  southern boundary borders Maine Coast Heritage Trust conservation land. The 17 acre lot has a Tree Growth tax exemption and a Forestry Plan is available. Many of the sizable lots in the subdivision remain undeveloped, leaving a very natural woodland scenery with a variety of native species of trees and shrubs. This private lot is only 2/10 on a mile off the Rt 191, half a mile from the Bog Brook Preserve and 2 1/2 miles from the Cutler Public Lands. As you explore the area along the Bold Coast trail you will discover many more Preserves and trail heads along Downeast Maine’s Bold Coast. From Bog Brook Lane, you have a short drive to Cutler Village to your south and to the nearby town of Machias.  Cutler is located in Washington County, Maine and area also know as Downeast, Maine.  The area has more shoreline than any other town along Maine’s coast.   Cutler village is known for its picturesque boat studded fishing harbor, its many hiking and multi use trails, and historic Little River Lighhouse. The Cutler Coast Public Preserved Land, in Cutler and in Whiting, contains almost five miles of dramatic cliff-bound ocean shore. It represents the eastern tip of Washington County where you will find peatlands, blueberry barrens, partially forested ledges, and thick, swampy woods across the countryside. There are features like grasslands and meadows, windswept coastal headlands and steep, jagged cliffs that hug the 4.5 miles of undeveloped coastline. The Downeast area is home to candy striped West Quoddy Head lighthouse and State Park in south Lubec and boasts hiking trails and a local history museum. It is at the gateway to the Bay of Fundy.  New Brunswick, Canada is across the bridge to Campobello Island in Lubec, home of Roosevelt’s International park, picturesque Head Harbor Lighthouse and Herring Cove Provincial Park.  You can also enter New Brunswick though the Calais border crossing from which you can access many Canadian destinations.  It is part of the Bold coast trail system hosting several well known hiking trails along its rugged coastline.   Traveling west along Rt 191 is Machias, the county seat.  It is home to  the Campus of the University of Maine at Machias, the Down East Community Hospital and many other amenities.    Recreation opportunities abound for the outdoor enthusiast and naturalist. There is beach-combing along the many public beaches, hiking on the local trails, and boating of all kinds are popular along the many coves and inlets and rugged coast line.  There are many acres of preserved lands, state parks within minutes,  There is the 127 mile Sunrise Trail for hiking, biking, horseback riding and 4 wheeling to explore. The newest offering in the Lubec area for hiking, biking, camping, paddling, and bird watching are the Cobscook Shores waterfront parks. Lubec and the surrounding area offer many opportunities for whale watching trips and seasonal ferries are available to and from Eastport, Campobello Island, Deer Isle, and Grand Manan Island. Inland you will find many freshwater lakes in the county that can be accessed for boating, fishing, and swimming. Bird watching is very popular because of the abundant variety of native and migratory birds.  Hunting  White Tailed deer, moose, Black bear and turkeys is seasonal in the thousands of acres Washington county’s woodlands.   The waters off of Cutler and the Downeast coastal area have tides that eb and flow more than 20’ twice  a day, revealing opportunities to explore the oceans floor and unique tide pools.  It is famous for its rocky bold coast and miles of inlets, coves and picturesque harbors.  The Old Sow whirlpool reveals itself on the incoming tide just off the southwestern tip of Deer Island, New Brunswick, CA. It is the largest whirlpool in the western hemisphere.  Fin Back, Minke, Northern Right Whales, and Humpback whales migrate to the waters between Lubec and  Grand Manan Island. Harbor Seals, Bald Eagles, Osprey, are commonly seen.  As you drive along the rural roads of Eastern Washington county you will see many acres of commercial blueberry land.   These fields are blue with ripe berries in August and fiery red in the fall.  Beside blueberries, the land is mostly evergreen forests harvested for lumber. Freshwater lakes and tributaries crisscross the interior of Washington County.  Southern Washington County is home to  Roque Bluffs State Park which has a great sand beach and picnic areas while in northern Washington County, you can camp and hike at Cobscook State park.   Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, located in north central Washington County,  purpose is to monitor and protect native wildlife, however they specialize in providing nesting and feeding habitats for many bird species. The refuge is located within the Atlantic flyway migratory route.

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Lakefront Bunkhouse

10 Lakeview Drive Garland ME 04939

Garland, ME10 Lakeview Drive

Price$100,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1533930

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Address 10 Lakeview Drive
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural

Welcome to Garland Pond!  This 2.19-acre surveyed lot has two hundred feet of frontage on the pond.  A 16 x 16 shed/bunkhouse with loft could easily be stayed in while you build your home or vacation cottage.  There is even room to store your ATV.  Power is at the street, but you will need to install a well and septic. There is a nice path leading down to the waters edge where you could launch a small boat or your jetski.  The parcel has year-round access on Lakeview Drive and power is at the street.  This is a quiet area with very little traffic Garland Pond is a 102-acre body of water and is a mile and a quarter long, which is perfect for your small boat, canoe, or kayaks.  Let the kids fish off the end of the dock to catch perch and pickerel. Garland Pond was created many years ago when a mill dam was built on the Kenduskeag Stream. The topography of the land runs from about 350 feet above sea level to 300 feet at the shore which lends itself to a daylight foundation.  The forest here is old growth hemlock.  You can enjoy evening camps fires with the two firepits on the property.  Historically known as Lincolntown prior to its Incorporation in 1811 and today Garland has a population of about 1,000 people.  The town is named after Joseph Garland whose family was the first to arrive here in 1802. In the 1800’s Garland had shoe and boot manufacturers, lumber mills, wool producers, furniture makers and the stage-line connected the town of Garland to the Maine Central Railroad in Dexter Maine.  Today, Garland is a bedroom community to Bangor and Dover Foxcroft. We are about 40 minutes southeast to Bangor and the international airport.  Traveling from Boston will take about three and a half hours.  An easy day trip to Moosehead Lake is just about an hour from the land.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Cozy Lakefront Camp

TBD Clifford Lake Road Princeton ME 04668

Princeton, METBD Clifford Lake Road

Price$179,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1533660

  • Residential
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Site Features Level,Open
  • Rooms 1

Welcome to your new happy place! Nestled on the banks of the east arm of Clifford Lake, this log sided cabin is the perfect summer retreat. This off grid, open concept cabin, is very secluded and quiet. The current owners built several beds into the camp, it can easily sleep 8 to 10 people. The area in front of the camp has been cleared and would be the perfect spot for family gatherings and cornhole tournaments. There is a really nice beach area along the shores of the lake. This camp would be perfect for private use, or as a rental unit.  The camp features propane lights, and appliances and a wood stove for plenty of heat. Clifford Lake is approximately 954 acres total between both arms of the lake. The max depth is 50 feet in some spots. This lake is considered a conservation area, there are only 8 camps on the lake and no more will be allowed to be built in the future. There are several species of fish in these waters including, smallmouth bass, white perch, yellow perch. Clifford Lake is 12 miles from Princeton which has several stores and gas stations for necessities. You are also about 35 to 40 min from Calais which has the larger stores, hotels and restaurants. Come take a look at this property today!

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Moosehead Region Maine Land For Sale

M3L23 Main Road Abbot ME 04406

Abbot, MEM3L23 Main Road

Price$100,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1533454

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Address M3L23 Main Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 77

Land for sale in Abbot, Maine less than ½ hours drive to Moosehead Lake. 77± acres of year-round accessible forestland with electricity roadside and close to amenities, this land is all about location. We all know it; location is the top 3 most important features of a real estate investment. In today’s world, great location means privacy without sacrificing utility and nearby necessities of life. Abbot, Maine is located in the southern heart of Piscataquis County about 21 miles due south of Moosehead Lake and Greenville. The region around Abbot could best be described as scantly populated forestland peppered with small to large ponds and lakes interconnected by countless streams that drain the nearby Appalachian mountain range. The Town of Abbot has a population of 650 or just 19 people per square miles, check mark the privacy factor. If you forgot the bread and milk, no worries. Guilford is a service town with grocery store, gas, and more and it less than 3 miles from the property. Health care, banking, restaurants, professional services and more is just 14 miles away at the county seat of Dover-Foxcroft. Heading south for a winter trip? Bangor International Airport is about 1 hour drive from the land. The 77± acres fronts on Main Road for over a quarter mile. This is a paved state maintained road that provides year-round access to the land. Electricity and communication are here roadside. An interior road leaves the highway near the western side of the road frontage and makes its way into the first third of the property. The area near the road frontage provides the best soil and opportunity for building your new home or cabin. This is also where the small unnamed brook crosses the property supporting a unique riparian habitat. The forest is a mix of hardwood and softwood. The soils are mostly stony, gravelly and sandy loams best suited for growing trees and supporting wildlife. The elevations on site range from 390 to 470± FASL. If you need more information or want to schedule a showing call today.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Home For Sale | Maine Real Estate

260 Horn Road Harrington ME 04643

Harrington, ME260 Horn Road

Price$599,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1532955

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 4
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Full Bath 4
  • Address 260 Horn Road

Talk about a one of a kind coastal home!  Located at 260 Horn Road in Harrington, ME, there is a brand new house that was exclusively built to provide an exceptional quality of living in a private oasis. Sitting on 45 ultra-private acres with stunning views of Pleasant Bay and boasting over 3,500 square feet of living, every square inch of this property’s interior and exterior space is absolutely show-stopping! Scattered across the property there are acres of fields and healthy 150-year-old apple trees that are still bearing fruit. There are three cascading trout ponds accented by a dock, a custom built in-water granite bench, and fish feeder. The bottom of the ponds are lined with crushed gravel and fed by 11 natural springs on the property. The large pond averages 18’ in depth and has a stocking permit from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife for 1,000 brook, rainbows, and brown trout. Another feature that makes this property so special- hydroelectric power! It is not often that homes are set up to use the power of moving water to generate electricity, but this one is!  The property has been permitted for hydropower and most of the infrastructure is already in place -- all that’s left to do is secure a turbine, battery bank, and inverter and you’re ready to power your entire house with hydropower! A few more big pluses for this property: your own two acre gravel pit that you can pull from to maintain all the trails and roads that meander across the property, space for at least six sizable food plots intended for premiere whitetail hunting, and high quality pasture for livestock. Off to the side of the house you will see the stunning, board and batten, stained, cider barn that has been completely renovated. The barn, built in the 1860’s, is highlighted by hand hewn, timber framed bones that are as solid as they were 160 years ago! The barn sits on a fiber-reinforced concrete pad with a lean-to off both the backside and right-hand side of the barn for tractors, firewood, added storage, etc. Between the barn and the house is a generator shed with an industrial propane generator that can power the entire property at any moment. The house, as it is designed now, is a spacious five bedroom, four bathroom home with milled beams throughout. While the house is unfinished on the inside, it is completely dried in and ready for the finishing touches. There are impressive 14’ ceilings on the first two floors and 10’ ceilings in the full basement that has radiant floor heating. The second floor master has unmatched views of the ocean with plans drawn up to add a beautiful deck off the bedroom. To top things off, there is a 12’ indoor waterfall that drops into an indoor/outdoor trout pond! Imagine being able to fish from your own living room?! With so many unique features, qualities, and opportunities for you to infuse your own personal tastes and preferences into the final touches of this house, this property is truly in a class of its own. No words, pictures, or video will do this estate justice. You’ve got to come see it with your own eyes!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine camp for sale

329 Bingo Road Waite ME 04492

Waite, ME329 Bingo Road

Price$49,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1532699

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

Maine camp for sale in Washington county. This property sits on 3.67 secluded acres. An outdoor enthusiast's dream spot. All you need for your sporting-hunting-get-a-way, Minutes from Grand Lake Stream known for fishing for smallmouth bass, togue, perch, pickerel & legendary fly fishing for landlocked salmon. Surrounded by lakes & Grand Falls Flowage w/miles of canoe waterways. This property is currently off-grid with solar. Private well & septic. Open kitchen & living area with two bedrooms & a full bath. Wonderful wood stove to keep you warm. Priced to sell!

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