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High Quality Land For Sale Maine

769 Limestone Road Fort Fairfield ME 04742

MLS Number 1484600

  • Land
  • Address 769 Limestone Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 45

Not all land is created equal. These Fort Fairfield, Maine acres are exceptional. Featuring a private rural location, paved road frontage, utility power and communications roadside, trout stream frontage plus high-quality soils. These features add up to one great piece of ground! LAND FEATURES The 45 +/- acres of timbered land was once working farmland which has been reclaimed by the forest. This site would be a great place for a new home, cabin, or homestead location. A thinning timber harvest in 2015 has left an uneven aged forest with some great habitat established for wildlife. The benefit of this residual stand of spruce, fir, larch, and mixed hardwoods are a banked source of building materials, income, and heating. NRCS soil mapping of this property indicates that nearly every acre is usable for some farming application. Mapping shows about 70% of the land to be Stetson gravelly loam. Of course, with soils this good, trees will grow better here than in most locations. Access is key to this property with 1,300 +/- feet of paved year-round accessible road frontage on Limestone Road and a driveway near the center of the frontage. You can choose to build near the road or extend the driveway further into the land for more remote privacy. Both electric power and communication lines are along the road frontage. The lightly rolling property has elevations that range from 450 to 480 +/- FASL. WATER FEATURES Coloney Brook forms the southern boundary of the land for approximately 2,600 feet. This is the headwaters of Limestone Stream and the Aroostook River. The small brook is home to wild native eastern brook trout. The stream flows from west to east across the property. Other nearby waters of significance are Nadeau Lake located about ⅓ mile from the property. This former limestone mine has become a local fishery for brook trout with an acclaimed reclamation project by the Maine IFW. An improved boat landing makes access to the pond very convenient. FORT FAIRFIELD This friendly town of 3,200 people has a lot of history. Fort Fairfield was the location of the Aroostook War between the United States and Great Britain in the late 1830’s. The block house museum on the Main Street in Fort Fairfield tells the story. Across from the block house museum is the town library, a grand building built in 1913 with a $10,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. The town is home to the annual Potato Blossom Festival with 8 days of events. AROOSTOOK COUNTY Known in Maine as simply “The County”, this is an area larger than most New England States. Because of the quality of soils in the region, this is Maine’s biggest farming community. Views of fertile fields backdropped by rolling hills and mountains make this one of the state’s most scenic places. IS IT WORTH IT? If you don’t care about a good location, soils, waterfront, community and access then you can find cheaper land. If you plan to invest your valuable time and hard-earned money to build a new home or cabin, the land is your foundation. Don’t make the mistake of purchasing the wrong ground. Call today for more information.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Mountain View Land For Sale | Maine Real Estate

Lot 6 Off Route 156 Perkins Twp ME 04294

Perkins Twp, MELot 6 Off Route 156

Price$798,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1484236

  • Land
  • Address Lot 6 Off Route 156
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 1320

It is not very often that an opportunity to own 1,320± acres of timberland presents itself, never mind 1,320± acres of timberland that has been respectfully owned and managed by the same family throughout four generations. But, between Wilton, ME and Weld, ME in the unorganized territory of Perkins Township, on Route 156 in Franklin County, that opportunity awaits! This expansive tract of land offers up a quintessential Maine landscape with its bold hills, boundless panoramas, babbling brooks, and big skies. You can stand atop Lakin Hill (1,661’) or Cherry Hill (1,826’) to take in billion-dollar views of Webb Lake and scores of high peaks that make up Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region, meander along multiple live water features, including Yeaton Brook and Bowley Brook, that account for approximately 10,000± feet of water frontage, or take in an unimpeded view of the cosmos under a pristine night sky. On this property, the opportunities are limited only by your imagination...this land has much to offer in the way of production and recreation! As a long-term timber investment opportunity, this property is characterized by healthy specimens of sugar maple, birch, ash, and other hardwoods blanketing the property alongside softwood areas that are marbled with hemlock, pine, spruce, fur, and scattered cedar. While most of the property has been through well-planned harvests in the past 15 years, there are strategically distributed stands of trees in place for future cutting. These highly-stocked stands will provide excellent potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource. On this land, you will have the chance to hunt everything from snowshoe hares to trophy bull moose. This tract’s sizable acreage, good timber, and natural sanctuaries, coupled with its forested riparian zones that provide some of the most food-rich grounds in the area, make it a sportsman’s paradise. Outside of hunting, you can jump on your ATV, UTV, snowmobile, horse, cross-country skis, or mountain bike and cruise the expansive network of logging roads that already exist on the property. While this land offers you a place beyond the edge of the paved world, it is also conveniently located just 30 minutes from the full-service community of Farmington and only 1.5 hours from both Portland and Bangor. Land holdings of this size and nature are becoming harder and harder to find in Maine. Any discerning buyer will immediately notice that this land offers almost unlimited outdoor 3 pleasure, substantial investment potential, and an opportunity for conservation. Don’t miss your chance to own this beautiful working landscape, and to cement yourself in Maine’s storied forestland history!

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Crystal Stream Retreat

Fosters Way Crystal ME 04747

Crystal, MEFosters Way

Price$379,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1482342

  • Residential
  • Address Fosters Way
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 5

Property Description  The Crystal Stream Retreat property is located 1.5 miles from a public maintained road.  It is surrounded by large tracts of Maine working forest land, as well as several trout streams.  The property consists of 166+- acres of land with over 7200 feet of trout stream frontage.  Improvements to the compound consists of a main lodge building of 2000+- square feet of living space, as well as 3 stand-alone bunkhouses that add an additional 480 square feet of housing.  The main lodge has a large commercial kitchen, dining room, sleeping accommodations for up to 15 guests.  There are 5 full bathrooms within the main lodge, and one of the bunkhouses has its own full bath.  The buildings were built in 2006 of wood frame construction.  The interior is v-match pine lumber, and the exterior is natural cedar lumber.  The roofing is metal to provide many years of service. The main lodge building sits on a four-foot tall, poured concrete frost wall.  Heating for the lodge as well as the bunkhouses is provided by direct vent, propane heaters.  There is also a wood stove in the great room to keep everyone comfortable on the coldest of winter nights.  Power for the complex is provided by a large propane generator with battery storage and an inverter.  A drilled well and two separate septic systems round out the improvements to the off-grid homestead. If you are looking for an off-grid retreat property, a private hunting camp or an off-grid homestead, this property needs to be on your shortlist.  Have you dreamt about owning a Maine sporting camp?  This is an opportunity to do just that.  This is an opportunity to fulfill your dream of living “Maine, the way life should be”.  Call today. Area Description The community of Crystal, ME is in Aroostook County between the towns of Island Falls to the east, and Patten to the west.  The area is predominately working forest and farmland.  Crystal is a small community of 269 residents.  The town of Patten is the location to find a grocer, hardware store, and other small businesses including healthcare.  The community of Houlton to the north is where more shopping, dining and healthcare can be obtained.  This area is quiet, and residents have a close connection to the forests and farmland.  They work in and upon these areas, and when the work is done this is also where they play.  Numerous streams, ponds and lakes are close by to try your hand at catching native brook trout, landlocked salmon, or smallmouth bass.  The dense forest and field edges are where you may catch sightings of moose, bear, and white tail deer.  Ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares and other forest animals are found here.  On a recent winter visit to the property, fresh tracks of fisher, ermine and river otter were found in the fresh snow around the property.  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.  Hikers have nearby access to the Appalachian Trail that passes by the area in nearby Baxter State Park.  Mount Katahdin, Maine’s tallest mountain, is viewed as you enter the town of Patten.  Let the southern Aroostook County community of Crystal be your next home and experience “Maine, the way life should be.” Recreational Data Outdoor recreation of all types can be found on and around the property.  Several miles of live water can be accessed directly from the property.  Canoeing, kayaking and trout fishing can be enjoyed from April thru September.  Hiking, ATV riding, and many types of hunting are available here too.  The woodlands surrounding the property are a drainage area for the Katahdin Valley.  The woodlands hold a lot of water, which provides great habitat for moose, deer, bear, and all manner of small game.  This region has produced many of Maine’s largest trophy animals that have been harvested over the years.  During the winter months, the consistent snowfall of the area beckons snowmobile enthusiasts to the area to enjoy some of the best riding found in Maine. Water Features The over 7200 feet of frontage along Crystal Brook that abuts the property flows into Fish Stream.  Mainer’s are known for their ability to name the natural features of the state.  What could be a more accurate name for a place to go catch some trophy trout than Fish Stream?  It is rumored that 20” brook trout have been pulled from the crystal-clear pools that are found along the stretch of Crystal Brook that directly abuts the property and flows into Fish Stream.  Beaver, otter, mink as well as many species of migratory waterfowl are frequent visitors to the property. Land Features The 166+- acres of land that comprise the acreage being sold, is bounded on one side by Lyman Brook and Crystal Stream.  The other boundaries are relatively well marked with painted lines.  The abutting properties are large timber holdings, with very few interior roads.  This provides a great deal of privacy.  Access to the property is along a 1.5-mile-long ROW road that dead ends at the compound.  Two gates can be secured to further limit access if you so desire.  The forest is made up of predominantly mixed wood stands.  The primary merchantable stems that were observed on a recent hike through the tract were aspen of about 30-40 years old.  The working forest surrounding the property provide miles of unbroken woodland that is home to moose, deer, and ruffed grouse.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Fogg Brook Road Lowell ME 04493

Lowell, MEFogg Brook Road

Price$126,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1482148

  • Land
  • Address Fogg Brook Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 230
  • UsmAmenities Waterfront

Fogg Brook Forest consists of 230+- acres with many water features, including over one mile of frontage on Fogg Brook and over 1000 feet on the Passadumkeag River. Fogg Brook meanders through the center of this property with meadows and beaver ponds which is the perfect habit for spring brook trout fishing in Maine. The Passadumkeag River offers kayak and canoe enthusiasts a more than 10-mile trip down river to the might Penobscot River. The scenery on this trip will take you through undisturbed forest lands, meadows and cranberry bogs with abundant wildlife.The topography runs from about 280 feet above sea level in the south east corner of this property to 180 feet above sea level near the brooks and river. The best building site is in the southeast corner and with some tree clearing you would have nice views to the northwest.There is no power to the site so any build would be off grid, either with solar and or a generator. The lot is nicely wooded with no sign of any timber harvest in over twenty years. The upper elevation has a mixed growth forest with aspen being the dominant tree with some maple, birch and fur. The lower elevations have predominantly fur with some spruce and maple.Wildlife is abundant on this property and whitetail deer; moose and grouse signs are prevalent on this property. This is truly an outdoors persons paradise. Fishing, hunting, hiking, ATV, snowmobile, mountain biking with miles of trails systems right from this parcel.Located just 15 miles off I-95 in the rural town of Lowell with a population of less than 400 people, you will not be bothered here by the crowds. Bangor International Airport is less than an hour drive to the south. The closest shopping is the Dollar Store in Enfield about 15 minutes away. Major shopping and services can be found in Lincoln Maine about 25 minutes north.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land Lot For Sale in Washington County Maine

451 Hadley Lake Road East Machias ME 04630

MLS Number 1444392

  • Land
  • Address 451 Hadley Lake Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 3

East Machias: Great piece of property to clear and build on. This property has a shared pond on it great for ice skating in the winter.With clearing off the property a possibility of view of Hadley Lake. There is a public landing 1 mile from property to launch your boat. Hadley Lake is a great lake for swimming, ice fishing and boating.Gardner's Lake is near, with a boat landing and dam which is a great spot for family day of fun in the sun and swimming. Close to great schools, grade school is Elm St. Elementary School at the end of Hadley Lake Road. Washington Academy is a Semi-Private school with exchange students from around the world.5 miles from Machias for shopping, restaurants, University of Maine, Machias.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Waterfront Land for Sale

11 McMann Street Addison ME 04606

Addison, ME11 McMann Street

Price$209,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1473901

  • Land
  • Address 11 McMann Street
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 113

This is truly a RARE opportunity to own 113+/- coastal acres in Addison, ME. This gorgeous, well landscaped property gradually rises over 200’ above sea level off a town maintained road with electric and fiber optic internet available at the driveway. Not only will you own the waterfront on Knowles Brook off the Pleasant River at the base of the land you also have a beaufitul 14+/- acre wetland/wildlife sanctuary accompanied by a beautiful beaver pond on the back of the land. Loaded with waterfowl and other highland game this property has a little bit of everything. Delivering one of the highest elevations in Addison and surrounding towns this land overlooks miles of ocean water ways. Just 3 miles away from US route 1, supermarkets, gas stations, and other conveniences you’re perfectly located to live in a rural setting with all the comfort amenities you may need. The land is NOT in tree growth and is littered with a variety of hardwood trees such as maple, oak, and other mixed hardwoods with creeks and numerous springs throughout. Thanks to well built, maintained food plots and manicured woodlands this property is loaded with trophy bucks, moose, bear, bobcat wild turkey etc. A family of bald eagles has been spotted on the edge of property living off game available right on your land. With fields and an interior road already built from the start of the driveway on W. McMann road to the very back where the beaver pond is located there are plenty of locations to build your house and another cabin if you want to enjoy some of the higher elevated views. Surrounded by blueberry fields and other wooded parcels that abut the property so if privacy, recreation, ocean access and million dollar views are what you’re looking for, look no further. Call/text Spencer Wood @ (603)-568-2475 for more information

Listed by Spencer Wood of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Riverfront Land

MU14 Lot 6 Medway Road Mattawamkeag ME 04459

MLS Number 1471737

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 6.3

Terrific opportunity to own over 800 feet on the Penobscot River... Build a camp, home, cottage, pitch a tent, or bring a camper! This Maine's Penobscot River frontage highlights this spectacular 6.3 +/- acre lot with a high oak knoll overlooking the river. The property has frontage on a year round paved road with roadside power. This section of the Penobscot has little boat traffic and supports some of the best smallmouth bass fishing available in the northeast. The property is located just over an hours drive to Bangor, Maine and 20 minutes from Lincoln. The lot is located just a couple miles from the village of Mattawamkeag, Mattawamkeag River and the Mattawamkeag wilderness park.

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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M6L82 US-1 Robbinston ME 04671

Robbinston, MEM6L82 US-1

Price$110,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1470581

  • Land
  • Address M6L82 US-1
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 6.2

A tree-lined drive opens into a field and old home site for this 6.2-acre waterfront lot. The property was once a homesite and in 1991 the home burned. The remains of the home and content that remained were removed and the foundation hole was filled in. The only remaining structure is a small garage/shed that needs attention. The homesite had a septic tank installed around 1973 and historical records show it as a 750-gal tank, and the system was working when the fire occurred. A dug well provided water to the home site and a drilled well was put in in September of 1990. Records show that it is 260' deep and gets 20 gallons/min. The property faces west to east and closer to the shore views of Canada can be seen. A field lines the road frontage and leads back to the home site where a circular drive is still evident. There is an old lilac tree and evidence of perennial plantings around. Newly cleared and created paths lead to the 400' waterfront along the St. Croix River separating the United States from New Brunswick Canada. The shorefront is tidal and has a stone and sand shoreline. Numerous vistas to choose from to build that forever home or seasonal get-away.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Off Grid Bug Out Land with Trout Stream

P2L3 Off Williamsburg Road Williamsburg Twp ME 04414

MLS Number 1469821

  • Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 367

Looking to escape from the world in a remote and safe location surrounded by conservation and native tribal lands? Here is your opportunity to own 367 +/- forested acres in the northern unorganized township of Williamsburg. No town roads, no noisy neighbors! This land is located nearly 2 miles off the town road on a private gravel and slate access road. Yes, you can throw up a gate at the start of this property. When you get to this land you notice a nice mix of both hardwood and softwood timber, including some impressive white pines. The rolling landscape is at 500 to 700 feet of elevation. There are already some nice views from the land, and with some tree clearing the views could be spectacular. The property has over a mile of interior roads and trails. The land is surrounded by landowners who conserve both land and wildlife. For an avid hunter this is a dream spot with little pressure from others. Recreation on this property includes hunting, fishing, snowmobiling with a trail through a portion of the property. The investment opportunity here is owning a diverse uneven aged forest with potential for timber harvesting now and into the future. Three water features on this property provide habitat for fish, birds, large and small game animals. Two branches of Whetstone Stream come together on this land and are teaming with wild Maine brook trout. This stream flows through Williamsburg and in Brownville it joins the Pleasant River. In the north west corner of the land a 1 1/12 acre beaver pond is attracting a number of moose and whitetail deer to its shores. Williamsburg is an unorganized township with a low tax rate and a population less than 100. The taxes for 2020 are only $402! This region of Piscataquis County is where you will find Katahdin Ironworks, Appalachian Trail, the Pleasant River drainage, Gulf Hagas and the Jo-Mary forest. If an off grid location in a recreational rich region with a timber investment opportunity you should call today to come see this property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Land For Sale in Maine

Lot 6 County Road Perry ME 04667

Perry, MELot 6 County Road

Price$45,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1469449

  • Land
  • Address Lot 6 County Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 2.02
  • UsmAmenities Waterfront

Shore lined tidal creek is the border of this property. Mash, trees, shorebirds all enhance this scenery. The driveway comes in on the County Road and enters on to a mixed wooded lot. Lot also fronts on Route 1. This lot is surveyed.

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Land for Sale in Lee, Maine

Lot 4 South Road Lee ME 04455

Lee, MELot 4 South Road

Price$39,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1432622

  • Land
  • Address Lot 4 South Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 5.1
  • UsmAmenities Pool, Waterfront

5-acre lot for sale in Lee, Maine. This lot has a septic system and drilled well. The lot has year-round access with electricity and frontage on Pool Brook. There is a gravel pad in place to park your camper. Silver Lake is nearby along with 13 lakes in Lincoln about 15 minutes away. Also, a chain of lakes in Lakeville about 20 minutes away for all your recreational enjoyment!

Listed by United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Recreational + Hunting Land For Sale in Maine

Lot 10 Averill Road Prentiss Twp T7 R3 NBPP ME 04487

MLS Number 1459870

  • Land
  • Address Lot 10 Averill Road
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 2118
  • UsmAmenities Waterfront

Big Maine Land for Sale 2,118± acres of timberland for sale in Prentiss with year-round access. Make this remote location near the Canadian border your next investment that will double as a recreational retreat property in the northern forest of Maine. THE LAND  This block of forest consists of distinct areas of northern hardwoods hills interspersed with softwood valleys. The soils in this region are a complex mix of well drained and poorly drained silt loams that are well suited to growing a diverse forest. This property has many miles of interior roads allowing vehicle access to most of the land. Terrain on the property is moderately rolling sloping ground with elevations from 500 to 700± feet. This parcel fronts on both sides of the state-maintained Route 169 for 8,400+/- feet. Electric lines extending from the town of Danforth come to about the midpoint of the property’s road frontage. The springs bubbling from the hills on this property form a headwater for Mud Brook. This flows through the southwest corner of the land before continuing on its course to combine with Baskahegan Stream, a locally known wild brook trout stream. Other water features on the land consist of an unnamed creek with small wetlands maintained by working beavers. WILDLIFE If you appreciate an outdoor lifestyle, are a hunter or just like watching wild things, this property's diversity is home and habitat for many of Maine’s creatures. While previewing this property we saw one of the largest bull moose we have seen in many years. There is a lot of sign of large mature whitetails and this area of eastern Penobscot County is well known for trophy black bear. The ruffed grouse population in this region is kept strong by a history of working hardwood forest. If you love watching your bid dog on point you have come to the right spot. One of the state’s finest lakes, Grand Lake, is located about 15 miles east of the property. The lake forms the border with New Brunswick Canada. This pristine water is home to large lake trout, landlocked salmon and trophy smallmouth bass and tasty freshwater cod fish known as cusk. LOCATION Prentiss is a township in northeastern Penobscot County that borders the Washington County line. If you looked up the definition of RURAL and REMOTE you would likely find Prentiss used as an example. With just over 200 people living within 38 square miles of territory, privacy is not a problem. The township is one of the Unorganized Territories managed by the state. No local government or services means the property taxes in this township are some of the lowest in Maine. The state and county maintain minimal services, so if you are looking for street sweepers, public water and sewer and nightclubs, don’t bother calling about this property. NEXT STEP If you are looking for a safe place to invest that will grow a diverse timber crop for you and your future generations this property deserves your attention. Why not have your IRA include real estate that not only generates income for years, but will also create great memories in the out of doors. Come see what a slower pace of life free from traffic and crowds will do for your physical and mental health. CALL TODAY to schedule a visit with one of our land professionals and take a tour of this property.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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