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Phil McPhail – Des. Broker/Owner

If you are buying or selling land and recreational property in Maine, you will find few agents with the knowledge and experience that Phil brings to the table. Phil’s land sale volume, education, experience and peer review have qualified him to be awarded the ALC (Accredited Land Consultant) designation by the Realtors Land Institute. This designation is awarded on a national level to only the best of the best in the land business.

The land and recreational market in Maine is complex and always changing. Phil and his team continually study the nuances of what is for sale and currently selling in the market and use this knowledge to assist clients in making the most of their Maine land investment. Phil markets property over a large area of Penobscot, Piscataquis, Hancock, Aroostook, Washington and Waldo Counties among others in Maine.

Land and recreational property sellers want and need an agent with specialized skills and a marketing plan to expose their unique property type to the largest market of qualified buyers. Buyers of these property types want an agent who knows the area, understands value and can effectively help them through the complications that can occur in a real estate transaction. When working with Phil you can be assured that you will get honest advice, superior skill and knowledge from a full time agent who will work hard to be sure your goals are met.

Phil lives in Lincoln, Maine where he and his wife Carmen successfully raised two independent daughters. Phil is a member of the Small Woodland Owners Association of Maine and a supporter of the Forest Society of Maine. When not working in the real estate business he enjoys preparing a good meal, photographing Maine landscapes, fly fishing clear cold rivers, hunting for that allusive big whitetail and improving the timberland he owns with his brother.

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Big Acres with a Pond in Maine New

Big Acres with a Pond in Maine

Kingsbury Plantation, ME
Piscataquis
Nestled on the south west border of Piscataquis County, this 309± acre timberland tract surrounding Little Pond presents an opportunity to own a piece of Maine waterfront wilderness. With year-round access via a county-maintained road, this land offers both seclusion and accessibility, making it a perfect Maine retreat. Historic Kingsbury Plantation: A Legacy of Natural Beauty Kingsbury Plantation holds a rich history, dating back to its acquisition by Judge Sanford Kingsbury in 1833 as part of the Bingham Purchase. With its early development around Kingsbury Pond, including the establishment of two mills in 1835, this area quickly grew into a community. Today, the mills are gone and the Plantation is very quiet and peaceful with a population of only 28. Enjoy the rolling hills, surrounding mountains, numerous lakes, rivers, streams, and ponds of this scenic part of Maine. A Closer Look at This Land Spanning 309± acres, this property is a testament to the natural beauty of Maine. It encompasses 276± acres of forested land, 27± acres of ponds, wetlands, and streams, and 6± acres dedicated to roads. The terrain is a blend of rolling land with elevations ranging from 900 to 1,160 feet above sea level. Nearly 90% of the area is covered in hardwoods, with mixed wood and softwoods around the pond and its outlet, showcasing the diversity of this location. The soil, as reported by NRCS, varies across the property, with well-drained areas on the upper ridges and somewhat poorly drained areas in the valleys. This mix supports a rich ecosystem, including red spruce, white spruce, balsam fir, yellow birch, paper birch, and red maple. Central to the property is Little Pond, nearly 10 acres of high-quality wading bird habitat. It's an area designated for resource protection, ensuring the preservation of its natural beauty and wildlife, including ducks, geese, moose, deer, beaver, otter, and other water loving animals. With building setbacks required to be 250 feet, any development will maintain the integrity of this pristine environment. The outlet of Little Pond flows north though the property on the way to its confluence with Kingsbury Stream. This riparian feature with plunge pools and live water, is most likely rearing waters for the trout living in Kingsbury Stream. It may be your perfect place to construct a backwoods log cabin to enjoy the sight and sounds of flowing waters. Access and Points of Interest This property enjoys about ½ mile of frontage on the county road, with over a mile of interior road facilitating access throughout. It is located about half way between Bingham and Abbot about 2 ½ miles south of Route 16. The county seat of Dover Foxcroft is 27 miles from the land and is the location of the nearest hospital. Bangor is home to the nearest commercial airport which is 66± miles from the land. Boston, Massachusetts is 225 miles, less than a 4-hour drive. Nearby points of interest include Kingsbury Pond and Mayfield Ponds, renowned for their fishing and recreational opportunities at 2 ½ miles from the end of the driveway onto the land. Greenville and Moosehead Lake, two of Maine's premier outdoor destinations, are 36 miles northeast of the land, offering a host of amenities and activities. The famous Kennebec River is located 16 miles west of the property where you will find Maine’s best whitewater paddling and fishing for trout and landlocked salmon. Embrace the Wilderness This offering is not just land; it's an invitation to become a steward of a piece of Maine. Whether you're drawn to its historic roots, the promise of solitude, the investment potential of land ownership, or the allure of outdoor adventure, this property in Kingsbury Plantation is a rare find. With its rich ecosystem, scenic beauty, and strategic location, its perfect for your retreat, conservation project, or dream wilderness home location. Don't Miss This Opportunity For those who appreciate the beauty of Maine and the opportunity of owning a significant tract of land with a water feature, this property represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call today for a property information package and schedule a viewing of this unique offering today.
$399,900
Affordable Maine Land for Sale New

Affordable Maine Land for Sale

Winn, ME
Penobscot
Escape to your off-grid retreat in the Maine woods with this picturesque 25-acre timberland property at 95 Branch Road in Winn. Nestled in a heavily wooded area of well-drained soils, this land is the perfect location for building your new cabin. LOCATION Winn is a small town in northeastern Penobscot County with a population of about 400. The land is located just 2 ½ miles from a town-maintained road, this property offers a balance of seclusion and accessibility. Lincoln is only 18 miles or 25 minutes away, while Bangor is 66 miles or 1 hour 15 minutes, convenient for getting supplies or a day trip. Portland is just under 3 hours away, and Boston is a 4-hour 55 minutes’ drive, making for a quick escape from the city to the peace and quiet of the woods. OFF GRID LAND The land features 25.2 acres with registered survey. The NRCS reports a mix of 80% Plaisted loam and 20% Howland loam soils which are terrific for growing trees and when cleared of trees and rocks could be planted to crops. The elevations range from 370 to 430 FASL, providing stunning forest views and many potential building sites. With over 1,500 feet of road frontage, this corner lot would be easy to divide and sell a portion to fund your cabin construction. What makes this land stand out from most on the market today is the heavy tree canopy. No harvesting has been done for decades on this property. You can walk through the well-spaced hardwood forest without a lot of underbrush. The land is about 80 percent hardwoods and is covered with yellow and white birches, maple, American beech, and poplar with a scattering of spruce, fir, and hemlock around the edges of the lot. RECREATION Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to the Dwinal Pond Wildlife Management area, Penobscot River, and Mattawamkeag River, offering ample opportunities for trail riding, hunting, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. The Mt Jefferson Ski Area is only 8 miles away, making it convenient for winter sports enthusiasts. ATV and snowmobile trails are easily accessible for year-round enjoyment of the great outdoors. This property offers an affordable opportunity to own a piece of Maine's natural beauty. Do not miss out on the chance to own your off-grid paradise. Contact us today to learn more about this incredible property.
$38,900

Over 1,000 Acres On A Maine Lake

T2 R4 WELS, ME
Aroostook
Welcome to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own over 1,000 acres of Maine land, including a remarkable 8,000 feet of lake frontage. This property, located in T2 R4 WELS, offers a rare chance for savvy investors to explore a multitude of possibilities. As you contemplate the possibilities of this investment, remember that unlike traditional financial assets, you can physically stand on this one. While its value appreciates, you can indulge in the simple pleasures of the great outdoors, making this investment truly unique, one you could be proud to hand down to the next generation. Land Features The standout feature is the impressive 8,000± feet of lake frontage on Wytopitlock Lake, a remote lake covering 1,152 acres with depths to 24 feet. The lake, with minimal development, is a unique setting for various water sport activities. Fish for trophy smallmouth bass, put the kids in the boat for a perch fishing outing and bring back a bucketful of these tasty fillets for dinner. Power boat the open basin or paddle in privacy along the quiet shores. The water is clean and clear to go for a swim on a hot summer day. For a woodsier riparian experience you can explore Braley Brook, with its two branches meandering through the property for over 7,000 feet. Here you will find fast moving waters shaded by the forest canopy interspersed with flat waters rimmed with open wetland habitat that attracts moose, deer, water fowl and a multitude of other wildlife. The property spans elevations from 470 to 600 feet above sea level, featuring three ridges running from northwest to southeast with brooks flowing between them. With 75% of the soil classified as Howland gravelly loam or Thorndike channery silt loam by the NRCS, this property is exceptional for timber growth and potentially agricultural ventures in the less rocky and steep areas. Navigating the property is made easy with 3 ½ miles of interior roads and trails, allowing for convenient access to much of the land. The roads and trails are perfect for recreational activities, including hunting, hiking, ATVing, snowmobiling and horseback riding. The timber breakdown consists of approximately 1/3 softwood and 2/3 mixed hardwood and softwood timber stands. This is a diversified asset for commercial timber growth. Location - T2 R4 WELS This unorganized township located in southeastern Aroostook County offers a peaceful escape, with only a few seasonal cabins dotting the landscape. This remote area with little to no population requires few services. Managed and taxed directly by the State of Maine, the state assessor currently levies a reasonable $7± per $1,000 of assessed value. The property lies 35 miles south of Houlton, a bustling border town with New Brunswick, Canada, with services, shopping, and a hospital.  43 miles south you will find the northern Penobscot County hub of Lincoln, providing similar amenities. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is 90 miles to the south, while Boston is just 325 miles, a 5 hour 20 minute drive. Do not miss out on this extraordinary chance to own a piece of the Maine Woods – this one is for nature enthusiasts and astute investors alike. Call today for a complete property information package and let us schedule a tour today.
$2,000,000

Private Recreational Get Away

Dixfield, ME
Oxford
A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, this secluded property offers a unique blend of privacy and adventure, making it an ideal retreat for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Embrace the natural beauty that surrounds you on this gently sloping, wooded terrain. The property spans 42 acres, offering a canvas for your outdoor adventures, whether it's hiking, hunting, or simply immersing yourself in the soothing sounds of nature. Enjoy the luxury of privacy with almost 900 ft of road frontage on a private gated road. Revel in the seclusion of your retreat. Discover the charm of a cozy 400 sq ft cabin complete with a loft and polyurethane pine throughout providing both comfort and rustic appeal. Enjoy the warmth of a wood burning stove as you unwind after a day of exploring the vast wooded landscape. Too tired to haul wood? No problem, just fire up the propane heat instead. Experience off-grid living with some modern comforts. Electric power is supplied through a generator and inverter stored in the 20 ft camper. While there's no well or septic on the property, embrace the simplicity of off-grid living with an outhouse, connecting you to the essentials of life surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of nature. A 20 ft shipping container provides ample space to store all your outdoor gear and toys, keeping them secure and ready for your next adventure. Located just 30 minutes from Sunday River or in the other direction Mount Blue State Park/Webb Lake, and within an hour's drive to Rangeley Lakes and Saddleback Mountain, this property is a gateway to a multitude of recreational activities, from skiing and hiking to fishing and boating. Enjoy the peaceful serenity of nature and the convenience of being only 15 minutes away from town. This property is a perfect blend of solitude and accessibility. Escape the ordinary and embrace a lifestyle where the beauty of nature is your constant companion. Explore, relax, and make this enchanting retreat your own slice of paradise. Schedule a showing today and let the adventure begin!
$125,000

Your New Maine Off Grid Sanctuary

Oakfield, ME
Aroostook
Welcome to 199 Nelson Road in picturesque Oakfield. This extraordinary property is one of the most private off-grid solar and generator-powered residences on more than 40 acres available in Maine. What sets this home apart is not only its seclusion but also the added benefit of approximately $8,000 per year in transferable easement payments – a unique feature that not only offsets property taxes but also significantly eases your house payments. Location Situated in Oakfield with a population of 661, this property strikes the perfect balance between tranquility and convenience. Only 4.2 miles away from Oakfield Village, where you will find local amenities such as a grocery store, restaurant, bank, and the County's most economical gasoline. Approximately 22 miles from Houlton, offering more extensive shopping, hospital services, and additional conveniences. The cities of Presque Isle and Bangor are 61 miles (1 hour 15 minutes) and 108 miles (1 hour 42 minutes) respectively. Both have a commercial airport. Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, Canada, is a mere 96 miles away (1 hour 40 minutes). Home Built in 2016, this cozy abode offers a unique blend of modern comfort and off-grid living. A thoughtfully designed 661 square feet of heated space, featuring a 20½ X 26 main area with an additional 8X16 room. With one bedroom and one bath, this home provides an intimate and comfortable living space. Wood and propane heating ensure warmth during colder seasons. LP Gas on-demand water heater for convenience. A distinctive Butter Nut live edge bar and granite counter top adds character to the living space. LP Gas refrigerator and range for modern living. Situated on a concrete slab with a crawl space for easy maintenance. The property boasts an artesian drilled well that overflows into the scenic Moose Brook. Off-Grid Power Sustainability is at the core of this property, with off-grid power sources including a 5 KW EG 5000 CL Honda Generator, 940 watts of PV, a Magnasine Magnum - Midnight inverter & charge controller (a 24-volt system), and eight lead-acid batteries ensuring a reliable power supply. Garage A spacious 20 X 26 metal-clad building serves as an insulated and finished garage, equipped with a wood stove for heat and a workshop space. Additionally, the possibility of purchasing a tractor and attachments can be discussed along with the home. Wood Shed & Chicken Coup A 9X9 wood shed provides ample storage space for approximately three cords of wood, essential for keeping warm during the colder months. You will enjoy fresh eggs while you hens enjoy the safety of the super max chicken coup that will keep out the most determined predators. Land Spanning 46 acres of surveyed land, the property offers a diverse and captivating landscape. Soils consist of 85% Thorndike rocky silt loam per NRCS. Elevations range from 810 to 1,250± feet above sea level. Raised garden beds cater to gardening enthusiasts. 1,000± feet on Moose Brook, a tributary of the Mattawamkeag River, adds to the scenic beauty. Mature timber, trails, fields, and abundant wildlife, including moose, grouse, whitetail, black bear, otter, and more, create a thriving natural environment. Points of Interest Beyond the property's boundaries, discover exciting recreational opportunities: Direct access from the property to snowmobile trails, providing international trail riding. Connect to ATV trails, exploring hundreds of miles in northern Maine. Within 2.3 miles, experience the pristine waters of the Mattawamkeag River for canoeing, fishing, and exploration. Within 11 miles, reach landings on both Pleasant and Mattawamkeag Lakes, known for salmon and trophy smallmouth bass. Just 10 miles away, golf enthusiasts can enjoy Va-Jo-Wa, an 18-hole golf course (a shortcut through the woods reduces the distance in half). 199 Nelson Road is not just a property; it is an invitation to a unique way of life. Explore the privacy of off-grid living, the convenience of modern amenities, and the beauty of the Maine wilderness. Schedule a viewing today and seize the opportunity to make this distinctive retreat your home.
$275,000

Serene Off-grid Land with Mountain Views

Mt Chase, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to your future homestead, vacation home location or hunting camp site nestled in the serene foothills of northern Penobscot County, just a scenic 10-minute drive from the quaint service town of Patten. This expansive 63± acre parcel is an alternative from city life, offering a simpler, more rural lifestyle. Located in the charming community of Mount Chase, with a population of 187 as of the 2020 census, this property is situated near the Aroostook County line, and its charm is accentuated by scenic views of a 2,400-foot Mount Chase peak merely 3 miles north. The convenience of Patten, 6 miles or 10 minutes away, provides access to essential amenities such as grocery stores, hardware and building supplies, a health clinic, and local eateries. The elevations are rolling from 890 to 920 feet above sea level. Per NRCS, this land boasts Thorndike and Dixmont silt loams, providing a fertile foundation for a variety of uses from trees to crops. The landscape unfolds with views of Mount Katahdin, Mount Chase and a forest extending to the horizon creating a picturesque backdrop for your new home or cabin. Access to this secluded retreat is granted through a private right-of-way, ensuring vehicular and utility access. The property is 4/10 mile from the public road and utility lines, making it easily accessible. Consider the benefits of Eastern Maine Electric COOP power company, offering competitive rates that are approximately half of what Maine's two largest suppliers charge. Experience reliable cell service and internet connectivity, with the option to explore the possibilities of Starlink technology. Points of interest surround this location and include the renowned Baxter State Park, just 23 miles away, boasting over 60 wild lakes and ponds and 200 miles of hiking trails. Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument is only 15 miles away, with more than 87,000 acres east of Baxter. For local amenities, Shin Pond Village, 8 miles away, offers a couple stores, rental cabins, and a bar and restaurants. Enjoy the rich history of this region of Maine preserved at the Patten Lumberman Museum. Immerse yourself in the fascinating journey of Maine logging from the early 1600 explorers through the river drives down the Penobscot River. In conclusion, this property represents a rare opportunity to own a substantial piece of Maine, where the possibilities for a peaceful, self-sustaining lifestyle are endless. Welcome home to a place where tranquility meets opportunity.
$114,000
Maine Mountain Land on the Trail Sold

Maine Mountain Land on the Trail

Mt Chase, ME
Penobscot
Are you interested in diversifying your investments with land? Why not combine that investment with your passion for being outside. Are you someone who loves to ride snowmobiles and ATV’s? Maybe you love to hike the Appalachian Trail or explore large expanses of forest. No matter what your outdoor pursuit, you will not find a better location than this 71± acres of forest land in Mount Chase Maine has to offer. LOCATION Located on the Ackley Pond Road in the small town of Mount Chase. This road is part of the International Appalachian Trail System that continues from Baxter State Park meandering through northern Maine then into Canada before terminating at the end of the Gaspe peninsula. In the summer months, the road is a club-maintained ATV trail and during winter the road becomes ITS 81 and is well groomed by the local snowmobile club. The location is rural and remote, yet Shin Pond Village is just a couple miles from the land. It has two stores, a restaurant, and gas available. The town of Patten is located less than 12 miles from the property and with many services including hardware, building materials, grocery store, restaurants, health clinic and more. LAND The 71± acres of forested land has good access over 3,800 feet of road frontage and interior trail. The trees on the land are mixed wood with spruce fir and hemlock along the small brook on the land and predominately hardwoods of maple, beech, and birch on the ridge tops. Located in the foothills of Wadsworth Mountain and Mount Chase, elevations on the property range from 810 to more than 1,000 feet above sea level. NRCS soil survey indicated that much of the soil type is Thorndike, a soil type usually found on hills and mountains. This is a shallow soil formed in a thin mantle of till derived principally from slate, phyllite, or shale. As a somewhat excessively drained soil it is dry a good portion of the year. It does well promoting the growth of the tree species found on this site, and on some of the lesser slopes, could be cleared and cultivated. Potential uses for this property would include timber management, off grid cabin or home location, seasonal rentals for camping or cabin rental, future division and lot sales, hunting, riding, hiking and many more recreational uses. NEARBY A variety of nearby point of interest enhance the location of the property include the north entrance of Baxter State Park, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, East Branch of the Penobscot River, Seboeis River, Grand Lake Matagamon, Upper and Lower Shin Ponds to name just a few. If you are searching for that investment that you can enjoy while its growing, call today and ask for a package of information on 156 Ackley Pond Road in Mount Chase, Maine
$106,500

Mountain View Land for Sale

Mt Chase, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to 16 Moose Brook Road, Mount Chase, Maine – where panoramic mountain views meet the tranquility of nature on this remarkable 64.7 acre parcel of land. Located approximately 1 1/2 miles from the town-maintained road in an off-grid location, this property offers a secluded escape in the community of Mount Chase. Boasting a diverse landscape, the land features elevations ranging from 810 to 1,120 feet above sea level, providing a picturesque backdrop of rolling hills and wooded expanses. Most of the terrain is wooded with hardwood trees, including maple, birch, and beech. The soil composition, predominantly Thorndike per NRCS, making it an ideal environment for cultivating trees. With 85% of the land covered in this soil type, the property presents an opportunity for tree growth enthusiasts or those seeking a natural haven. Accessibility is key, and this property doesn't disappoint. With approximately 3,300 feet of interior road frontage on two roads providing many points of access onto the property. The potential for division after 5 years enhances the investment versatility of this parcel. For those who appreciate local points of interest, you'll find the charming Shin Pond Village a mere 3± miles away, offering a store, restaurant, and bars to cater to your daily needs. Nature enthusiasts will delight in the proximity to Baxter State Park's North Entrance, just 18± miles from your doorstep. Additionally, Shin Ponds, Seboeis River, and the East Branch of the Penobscot River are within easy reach, providing a range of outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and water sports. As an added bonus, Ackley Pond Road serves as an ATV and snowmobile trail system, offering year-round recreational opportunities for adventure seekers. Whether you're envisioning a private retreat or a future development project, this Mountain View land in Mount Chase, Maine, will meet your needs. With Patten, Houlton, Bangor, and Boston within reasonable driving distances, you're connected to both the serenity of a remote area and the conveniences of town life. Discover the potential that awaits at 16 Moose Brook Road.
$87,000
Mountain View Maine Land Sold

Mountain View Maine Land

Mt Chase, ME
Penobscot
If your holiday wish list includes a large tract of Maine land providing incredible mountain views while offering a lot of privacy, you owe it to yourself to look at this off grid listing in Northern Penobscot County. LAND This magnificent 48-acre property, with elevations ranging from 870 to 920 feet above sea level, has a diverse landscape with a variety of trees species, creating a captivating natural setting. There are many potential building sites on this ridge top property. The views of Mt. Chase and Mount Katahdin are nothing short of spectacular, providing a constant reminder of the beauty that surrounds you. For stable building sites and for growing everything from trees to crops, NRCS mapping shows this area to be mostly Thorndike soil. The diverse tree growth, proximity to large privately owned fields, and the remote location are all aligned to make this land an exceptional place to see whitetail deer, moose, wild turkeys and many other Maine wildlife species. LOCATION Nestled in Mount Chase, a charming town with a population of 187, this town is aptly named after the majestic mountain peak that graces its northern skyline. This property is conveniently located just 6 miles north of Patten, providing essential services such as grocery store, gas station, hardware shops, a health clinic, and the intriguing Patten Lumberman Museum. For more extensive amenities, Houlton is 32 miles away, offering a hospital and shopping centers, while the vibrant city of Bangor is a mere 95 miles, less than a 1 ½ hour drive mostly via I95. If you're venturing from afar, Portland is 223 miles (3 hours and 15 minutes), and Boston is 329 miles (5 hours) away. POINTS OF INTEREST As you explore the surrounding area, you'll find yourself in close proximity to noteworthy points of interest. Baxter State Park, a mere 25 miles away, beckons with its North Entrance, offering mountain peaks, hiking trails, and wild trout ponds. The Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument, with miles of public access to the area historically explored by Roosevelt and Thoreau, is just 20 miles from your doorstep. Adventure enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to ATV and Snowmobile Clubs & Trails, ensuring year-round enjoyment. The East Branch Penobscot River, with Grand Pitch, provides opportunities for whitewater adventures, canoeing, and salmon and trout fishing. DO NOT DELAY This property encompasses 48 acres of unspoiled beauty, offering not just land but an experience. The taxes are reasonable, considering the extraordinary mountain views that come with this unique piece of Maine. Don't miss the chance to make this property your own.
$99,900
Affordable Off-grid Parcel Sold

Affordable Off-grid Parcel

Winn, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to 35 Branch Road in Winn, Maine – an 11.9± acre parcel of land offering an affordable off-grid retreat with a myriad of recreational opportunities. This property invites outdoor enthusiasts to embrace the Maine wilderness while enjoying activities such as ATV and snowmobile trail riding, hunting, wildlife photography, hiking, and more. Land – This parcel boasts 11.9± surveyed acres of predominantly hardwood timber, featuring beech, yellow and white birch, red maple, as well as some hemlock and balsam fir. The well-drained rocky soils, identified as Thorndike/Winnecook Complex by the NRCS, are ideal for growing trees and can potentially be cleared for cultivated crops and pasture. With elevations ranging from 380 to 420 feet above sea level, the gently rolling terrain provides a picturesque backdrop for your off-grid living or recreational dreams. Location – Situated in the town of Winn, with a population just over 400, this location offers a remote escape while still being within reach of essential amenities. The nearest larger town, Lincoln, is approximately 18 miles away and provides access to hospital, grocery stores, building supplies, and various services. For those seeking a city experience, Bangor is approximately 62 miles away. Potential Uses – Whether you envision building a secluded cabin, creating an RV camping site, utilizing the land for hunting, embracing off-grid living, or investing in a small timber plot for firewood, the possibilities are as vast as the Maine landscape. Nearby Points of Interest – Nature lovers will appreciate the proximity to the Dwinal Pond Wildlife Management area, a sprawling 2,500-acre conservation tract just 1 ½ miles away. The Mattawamkeag and Penobscot Rivers are within 10± miles, offering additional opportunities for outdoor exploration. The property itself features direct access to snowmobile and ATV trails, ensuring that adventure is right at your doorstep. For winter sports enthusiasts, the Mt Jefferson Ski Area is a mere 8± miles away. Come enjoy the Maine wilderness and create your own retreat on this versatile and picturesque parcel at 35 Branch Road in Winn.
$29,900

A Maine Real Estate Investment to Stand…

T11 R7 WELS, ME
Aroostook
Escape the digital world and invest in a tangible opportunity that beckons you to step outside, breathe in the fresh northern Maine air, and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. This 450+ acre timberland and waterfront property in T11 R7 WELS offers a chance to own not just a financial asset, but a place to stand, recreate, and create lasting memories. Location Situated in an unorganized township near the center of Aroostook County, this property boasts the advantage of no local government, resulting in low taxes. Aroostook County, affectionately known as "The County," encompasses a land area exceeding 6,800 acres, equivalent to the combined size of Connecticut and Rhode Island. This vast county is renowned for its expansive rolling fields along the eastern border, adjacent to New Brunswick, Canada, and its sprawling forests that stretch from its center to the western border with Quebec, Canada. The county's population stands at approximately 67,000 residents. For your convenience, the nearby service town of Ashland, just 13 miles away, provides essential amenities, including gas, food, and small restaurants. Should you require more extensive services and shopping, the city of Presque Isle is approximately 31 miles away, offering a hospital and a commercial airport. Additionally, this property is well-connected, located 145 miles or 2 ½ hours from Bangor, 246 miles or about 5 hours from Quebec City, and 380 miles or a 6-hour drive from Boston. Land This property spans 450+ acres and boasts approximately 5,800 feet of road frontage along New 12 Mile Dam Road. Most notably, it offers approximately ½ mile of frontage along the stunning Machias River, where you can launch your boat and embark on countless adventures. The Machias River, distinct from the more famous river of the same name in Washington County, originates at Big Machias Lake in T12 R8 and flows for nearly 34 miles before joining the Aroostook River in Ashland. It serves as a major tributary to the Aroostook River within the St John River System. This property is situated in the Pinkham Bridge to Ashland section of the river, a 20-mile stretch celebrated for its excellent paddling opportunities, featuring a couple of class 1 & 2 rapids. The river is also a prime location for encountering wild Maine brook trout. The property's topography ranges from 680 to 860 feet above sea level, and the soils, characterized by Monarda/Telos and Telos/Chesuncook types, host a variety of common tree species, including red spruce, balsam fir, black spruce, northern white cedar, eastern white pine, eastern hemlock, paper birch, white spruce, balsam fir, yellow birch, paper birch, and sugar maple, red maple. Points of Interest This property is conveniently located within the boundary of the North Maine Woods (NMW), an expansive area comprising over 3.5 million acres of top-quality commercial forest land. The NMW is known for its impressive natural beauty and is home to two of the most renowned wild rivers in the Northeast, the St. John and the Allagash. It completely surrounds the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, providing a unique blend of a working forest and remote, pristine recreational areas. Aroostook River & Fish River: The property is in proximity to the Aroostook River and Fish Rivers, both of which are sought-after destinations for paddling and offer outstanding fishing opportunities. Snowmobile and ATV Trails The region hosts Maine's largest and best snowmobile and ATV trail systems, ensuring year-round outdoor adventures. In Conclusion This exceptional property is offered at a competitive price and has low property taxes. With around 5,800 feet of private road frontage and approximately another ½ mile of internal roads, you'll enjoy easy access throughout the land. Moreover, the property provides a half mile of frontage along the Machias River, complete with a boat landing. Mixed timber graces the landscape, promising both financial potential and natural beauty for the discerning investor. Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of Northern Maine's pristine wilderness.
$450,000
Mature Forest with Stream Near Bangor Sold

Mature Forest with Stream Near Bangor

Corinth, ME
Penobscot
Discover the perfect piece of Maine wilderness at Rabbit Path in Corinth – a hidden gem offering 15± acres of pristine forested land. If you have been yearning for an escape that is easy to get to, with mature trees, natural beauty, and a water feature, this property is a one you need to see. Nestled off the grid, this property offers 660 feet of private road frontage, ensuring your peace and privacy. A trail winds its way through the property, perfect for leisurely strolls or outdoor adventures. Along the road frontage, you'll find a cleared site, ready for your home or cabin construction. One of the highlights of this property is the presence of a headwater creek of Keyser Stream. This intermittent stream flows 800± feet through the land. This babbling water feature changes throughout the year with every rain and snowmelt. The topography of the land gently slopes between 220 and 250± feet above sea level. The soil composition, including Monarda/Telos and Colonel/Peru/Brayton types, is stony and well-suited for forest and wildlife. Corinth itself is a charming town with a population of 2,900 and a rich history dating back to the 1790s when it was known as Ohio. Located just 16 miles from Bangor, Maine's third-largest city, you'll have easy access to modern amenities, including an airport, restaurants, and cultural events. Portland, Maine's largest city, is 129 miles away, while Boston is within a 4-hour drive at 235 miles. What makes Rabbit Path truly special is its proximity to an array of points of interest. You can reach the University of Maine (UMO) in just half an hour, offering educational opportunities, performing arts, and sporting events. Bangor, is one of the country’s best small cities and boasts great restaurants, the Cross Center for cultural and sporting events, a summer outdoor concert series at the Bangor Waterfront Pavilion, and many other cultural events during the year. For outdoor enthusiasts, Rabbit Path is strategically located within easy reach of Bar Harbor (66 miles), Moosehead Lake (53 miles), the Appalachian Trail (43+ miles to the entrance of the 100-mile Wilderness in Monson), and Baxter State Park (85 miles to the south entrance of the park). Don't miss the chance to own this incredible 15± acre forested parcel in Corinth, Maine.  This property offers a rare opportunity to embrace the tranquility of nature while staying connected to exciting nearby attractions.
$45,000
15 Acres of Maine Coastal Land Sold

15 Acres of Maine Coastal Land

Steuben, ME
Washington
Nestled in the charming coastal town of Steuben, Maine, this expansive 15± acre parcel of land offers an affordable opportunity to own a slice of picturesque Maine coastal living. With an impressive 2,600± feet of road frontage on both public and private roads, this corner lot on Mogador and Harbor Heights Road provides easy access and offers an array of possibilities for development or personal use. One of the most appealing features of this property is the deeded 40 feet of beach access on Dyer Bay, a stunning 6-mile long bay of the Atlantic Ocean, situated just 14 miles northeast of the renowned Bar Harbor, Maine. This gives you the chance to indulge in the beauty of the Maine coastline with the sounds of the ocean at your doorstep. With the convenience of electric and communication lines at the roadside, building your dream coastal home is made even more accessible. The land has a diverse mix of hardwood and softwood trees, creating a natural setting for your future abode or retreat. Steuben, a quaint coastal fishing community, has a population of just 1,129, ensuring a peaceful and close-knit environment. The town's allure is further heightened by its proximity to protected natural areas, including the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge, comprising five refuges spanning nearly 9,500 acres. Additionally, the Pigeon Hill Preserve, with its summit standing as the highest coastal property in Washington County at 317 feet, offers breathtaking panoramic views encompassing landmarks such as the Donnell Pond Public Reserved Lands, Acadia National Park, Petit Manan Lighthouse, and the scenic Greater Pleasant Bay Region. In addition to the natural beauty and recreational opportunities, the property enjoys low taxes, making it an attractive investment for those looking to experience the beauty of coastal Maine. Whether you envision building your dream home, a vacation retreat, or simply holding this land as an investment, this 15± acre parcel with deeded bay access is a rare find that shouldn't be missed.
$50,000
Escape to the Maine Woods – 22+ Acres of Remote Paradise Sold

Escape to the Maine Woods – 22+…

Brownville, ME
Piscataquis
Are you yearning for a tranquil escape to a remote off-grid sanctuary? Whether you dream of parking your RV, constructing a cozy cabin, establishing a self-sufficient homestead, or simply seeking a base for your Maine wilderness adventures, your search ends here. Welcome to 22± acres of pristine natural beauty in Brownville, Maine, where you can immerse yourself in the serenity of the wilderness, all within an hour's drive from the city of Bangor. Location Brownville A picturesque town of 1,100 residents known for its welcoming community, historic railroad station in Brownville Junction, Wildwoods Restaurant, extensive ATV and snowmobile trails, vast forests, and abundant Maine wildlife. - Only 7 miles from Milo, offering convenient access to a grocery store, restaurants, gas stations, hardware, and building supplies. - A mere 45 miles from the vibrant city of Bangor, with its regional airport just 42 miles away, ensuring easy connectivity. - You're also 150 miles from Portland and 254 miles from Boston, making this property an ideal escape from the city hustle in just a few hours' drive. Land Features - Spanning 22± acres, this property boasts an impressive 2,500± feet of frontage along Alder Brook and another small unnamed tributary to Alder Brook, which meanders for 8-9 miles before joining the Piscataquis River, part of the Penobscot River system—a haven for wild brook trout and waterfowl. - With approximately 1,700 feet of frontage along Smith Road, you have numerous options to select the perfect site for your development dreams. - Elevations range from 450 to 500 feet above sea level. - Per NRCS mapping, the soil composition consists of the Danforth-Masardis-Peacham association, known for its depth and variation, making it ideal for trees, wildlife habitat, and potential pastureland, but not suitable for farming. Nearby Points of Interest - A short 2.6-mile drive takes you to a boat landing on the breathtaking Schoodic Lake. - The pristine Pleasant River, where the East and West Branches merge just north of this property in Brownville. - Access the Piscataquis River just a couple of miles south in the town of Milo. - Venture 21 miles to the Northern Maine Woods (NMW) Entrance at KI, where you can explore the Katahdin Ironworks State Historic Site, Gulf Hagas (Maine's Grand Canyon), and the 100-mile wilderness of the Appalachian Trail between Monson and Mt. Katahdin. - Don't forget to visit the Brownville Deer Pantry, just 8 miles west on Rips Road, for an unforgettable wildlife experience. Endless Possibilities - Create your dream cabin and embrace the tranquility of this serene landscape. - Enjoy fishing in the nearby waterways, hunting in the vast wilderness, and exhilarating ATV and snowmobile adventures right from your property. - Consider establishing a self-sufficient homestead or explore the potential for timber investment, perfect for producing firewood. Don't miss your chance to make this "Escape to the Maine Woods" your reality.
$44,900
128± Acres of Riverfront Forest Land Sold

128± Acres of Riverfront Forest Land

Sebec, ME
Piscataquis
Escape to your own private wilderness with this exceptional 128± acre parcel of land in Sebec, Maine. If you are in search of seclusion, natural beauty, and a stunning riverfront setting, this property provides all that and more. Location The land is located off the Town Farm Road in Sebec near the southeast corner of Piscataquis County. This is the second largest and least populated county in Maine. This land promises the kind of tranquility that is increasingly hard to find. In a county with only 17,000 people scattered across more than 4,300 square miles, you will experience the true essence of solitude with fewer than 5 people per square mile. With just a short 15-minute drive to Dover-Foxcroft, Bangor less than an hour drive and Boston within a 4-hour reach, you will have the best of both worlds: remote wilderness living and access to modern amenities. Land As you explore this 128± acre expanse of wilderness, you will encounter a variety of hardwood and softwood timber species and varied terrain, with elevations ranging from 300 feet near the water to 520+ feet above sea level at the highpoint of the land. NRCS mapping reveals that more than 50% of the property consists of Plaisted Howland Penquis Association – This is a stoney rich soil, good for growing trees, has potential for grazing lands, and is excellent for wildlife habitats. While off the grid, this land presents opportunities for alternative power solutions, making it an ideal canvas for those who seek a self-sustaining lifestyle. Water Features Perhaps the most enchanting feature of this land is the 4,000± feet of river frontage along the Sebec River. Here, you can watch the world go by, fish for brook trout, landlocked salmon, and smallmouth bass, or even land and dock a float plane on this pristine waterway. Additionally, an unnamed brook originating from the hillside south of the land flows through the property for nearly 1,700 feet, this is the perfect backdrop for potential building sites where you can listen to soothing sounds of running waters. Nearby POI For those looking to explore the natural wonders of Maine, you will find numerous points of interest nearby, including Sebec Lake, Schoodic Lake, Moosehead Lake, Gulf Hagas (Maine's Grand Canyon), and the 100-mile wilderness area of the Appalachian Trail. For cultural activities you will find something to do year-round in Sebec and the nearby communities. From annual festivals, craft fairs, club organized poker runs, local community suppers, incredible concerts and more. Make It Happen This versatile land presents many opportunities, whether you are looking for a secluded retreat, an investment in timber, or considering subdividing and selling riverfront lots. Whether you are into birdwatching, fishing, paddling, hunting, or trail riding, this property and location is sure to meet your pursuits. What would you use this land for? The possibilities are many. Come and experience the serenity and beauty of this Maine wilderness retreat, where nature's wonders await your exploration.
$299,900
Charming New England Farmhouse with Acreage and Riverfront Sold

Charming New England Farmhouse with Acreage and…

Lincoln, ME
Penobscot
Riverbend Farm is a timeless property, that embodies the essence of rural Maine living coupled with rich history. This charming New England Farmhouse, dating back to 1832, boasts 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, inviting you to step back in time while enjoying modern comforts. Nestled on a sprawling 18.5-acre lot with 785 feet of Penobscot River and Route 2 frontage, this home conveys a sense of tranquility and natural beauty. The property features a private well and septic for as well as a gray water pit for the kitchen sink, ensuring functionality in a rustic setting. The lot includes a paddock, pasture, and fields that are ready to be brought back to life with a little bushhogging and mowing. A well-placed beaver dam along the river creates a logan perfect for duck hunting, adding to the allure of the landscape. A small private pond, apple trees and tall grasses in the pasture, attract wildlife like deer, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts. The Penobscot River, a defining feature of the region, stretches 109 miles and offers spectacular smallmouth bass fishing in Lincoln. Adventurous souls can explore class 5 rapids further north, providing exhilarating whitewater rafting and kayaking experiences. Step into the antique farmhouse rich with history, showcasing unique features like a summer kitchen/pantry, a tin ceiling salvaged from the Lincoln Theater and many built-ins that take advantage of the nooks and crannies in the formal living room. There is also a parlor with a wood stove, the master bedroom, with walk-in closet and a charming glassed-in 3-season porch. Ascending to the upper floor, you'll find two cozy bedrooms, a central playroom, and a walk-in storage closet as well as the second bath.. The barn, a true relic of the past, stands as a testament to the property's age, providing ample space for storage and potential livestock accommodations. With a blend of modern heating solutions, including a heat pump, and rustic charm, this home is a haven for those seeking a unique blend of history and comfort. The painted wide pine floors upstairs, metal roof, and aluminum siding add to the home's character, making this a truly exceptional and timeless dwelling. Lincoln, a service hub for neighboring communities, offers a splendid blend of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. With 13 lakes and proximity to Baxter State Park, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, and Gulf Hagas, the outdoorsy spirit thrives here. Water sports and fishing are abundant in the 13 lakes of Lincoln, providing endless possibilities for those seeking aquatic adventures. For those craving urban delights, a short 50 minute drive to Bangor offers a diverse array of shopping, entertainment, and cultural experiences.  As the town slogan says – “Come for the Lakes – Stay for the Lifestyle”!
$250,000

A Homestead Fit for the Gods/Maine Real…

Lakeville, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to 20 Asgard Road, a truly unique rural homestead nestled in the town of Lakeville, Maine. While it may not be the legendary Asgard, this property offers a slice of paradise that is as close to Valhalla as you can get in Maine. This scenic property has been meticulously carved out of the Maine woods, offering you a glimpse of rustic tranquility. As you explore this 45+ acre property, you will encounter a variety of structures, including the main cabin, an unfinished second cabin, a versatile multipurpose building that could be transformed into a third cabin, a shed, workshop, barn, and more. A Location to Call Home Lakeville Maine is a small town in the eastern part of the state. The towns population of wildlife certainly surpasses the 100± people living in this town. The residents here take pride in conserving their hard-earned dollars and have voted on one of the lowest tax rates in New England. Lakeville is appropriately named as it has numerous lakes dotting the landscape. Large sprawling cold waters such as Junior Lake and Sysladobsis Lake are opposed by smaller ponds such as Bottle Lake and Upper and Lower Pug Ponds. These are the headwaters of the famous Grand Lake Stream and St. Croix River system. Buildings & Improvements The main cabin, measuring 16 x 24 feet, welcomes you with its hardwood floors and a cozy interior. It boasts modern conveniences, including essential appliances, and a vintage 1912 Trolle Wood stove for warmth during the colder months. The cabin rests on concrete pads with 2 inches of foam insulation underneath the pads. Adjacent to the main cabin, you will find a 10 x 16-foot tool shed/workshop, complete with a workbench and electricity. A 12 x 24-foot insulated multipurpose building offers the potential to be converted into an additional cabin. And for environmentally-conscious living, there is a composting outhouse on the property. Adding to the versatility of this homestead is an 8 x 8-foot farm stand, ready for use as a charming market or easily repurposed for other creative endeavors. A guest cabin, measuring 16 x 16 feet, is shelled in and is ready for your personal touch and customization. Finally, an 8X10 portable chicken coop and a 20 X 40 livestock barn complete the essential structures for this incredible homestead. Glorious Land The land here is a nature lover's dream. Several improved areas, with an eye towards the artistic and meditative, including two forested rock gardens with monuments and carvings, forested hiking trails, and a stream side thinning. All sure to help you forget a hectic life and improve your state of mind. The property fronts on Bottle Lake Road for approximately 650 feet, and the 45.3 acres have been surveyed and the plan recorded in the registry of deeds. The soil, a mix of Thorndike, Winnecook, Howland, Dixmont rocky & stony loams, holds great potential for cultivation once cleared of stones and rocks. The rolling terrain, ranging from approximately 360 to 460 feet above sea level, offers stunning views of Dill Ridge. A portion of the land, 4± acres, has been thoughtfully cleared of trees, stumps, and rocks and enriched using the techniques of renowned farmer Joel Salatin. The portable chicken coop is a testament to these sustainable farming practices, and the quality of the grasses is proof of its success. Fruit trees and other plantings further enhance the property's natural beauty. Two Water Features Don't miss the opportunity to explore the two beautiful brooks on this parcel, with about 650 feet of an unnamed brook providing a serene setting and cold, trout-rearing waters. Dill Brook, a tributary to Bottle Lake, also meanders for about the same distance through the forest, adding to the property's natural charm. Life is Short… Do Not Waste It You know you deserve a property like this, so do not wait another minute. Call now and schedule your tour of Asgard!
$269,900
Off Grid Forest land for Sale in Maine Sold

Off Grid Forest land for Sale in…

Greenbush, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to a hidden gem in the heart of Maine's wilderness – 44.8 acres of off-grid forested land. If you have been on the hunt for an affordable slice of Maine land, whether for recreation, investment, or to create your own rural off-grid haven, your search ends here. Location is Everything: Lot 26 Wolf Run Trail, Greenbush - Situated in Greenbush, a Penobscot County community with a population of 1,444 according to the 2020 census. - The nearest city, Old Town, is just 21 miles away. - Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, has an international airport, two hospitals, and cultural amenities like restaurants, festivals, fairs, and concerts, is a mere 28 miles away. - For those seeking a city adventure, Boston is approximately 262 miles, or a 4-hour and 15-minute drive, from this tranquil forestland. Land Features - Access over a private gravel road. - The property spans a generous 44.8± acres. - Rest assured, this land has been surveyed, with a detailed plan available for your review. - NRCS Soil survey reveals a predominantly Scantic soil type, with some stony areas and occasional water excess, making it ideal for forestry, possibly limited grazing, and diverse wildlife habitat. - A brook meanders along the eastern side of the land, complemented by a tributary at the property's center. - With elevations ranging from 160 to 210 feet above sea level, the gently sloping terrain simplifies timber management, keeping costs in check. - An existing driveway extends approximately 250 feet from Wolf Run Trail, leading you to a cleared building site. - The land boasts a mix of timber, including various hardwoods and spruce, fir, pine. Uses & Recreation Opportunities - Timber investment is an attractive prospect, with potential tax benefits under tree growth tax status. - Discover the ideal cabin site, conveniently located near the end of the driveway, offering a retreat in the heart of the forest. - Wildlife enthusiasts and hunters will appreciate the diverse habitat supporting white-tailed deer, black bears, grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hare and waterfowl. Explore the wetlands in the south-central and eastern edges of the land, Otter Brook, and its tributaries. - If you're an ATV enthusiast, this property is perfect for trail riding with access over the private and public road system. - Anglers will find joy in the proximity to the Penobscot River, just 10 miles from the nearest boat landing. - Access to Studmill Road, a few miles away with tens of thousands of acres of private forestland open to permissioned public access, perfect for hunting, fishing, trail riding, and more. - Nature lovers and hikers will appreciate the proximity to the Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Area. Conclusion - Priced at an attractive $49,900, this 44.8-acre surveyed property offers not only beautiful trees and diverse wildlife habitat but also excellent hunting opportunities. - Enjoy the tranquility of off-grid living while remaining close to major service areas. - With taxes at just $302/year for 2022, this forested property is not only a nature lover's dream but also an investment opportunity. Don't miss out on this chance to make your forested dreams a reality in the scenic wilderness of Maine. Contact us today to schedule a viewing and start your journey to off-grid living and investment in this exceptional property.
$49,900
Big Home Big Land Great Price Sold

Big Home Big Land Great Price

Burlington, ME
Penobscot
This stunning property offers the perfect blend of a spacious home and expansive land, making it an ideal homestead for those seeking a rural lifestyle. With its 2,124± square foot single-story layout, this home provides ample space for comfortable living. Nestled on a picturesque lot spanning approximately 34± acres of fields and woods, this property is a nature lover's paradise. LOCATION Located in Burlington, a small town with a population of only 373, this area boasts a tight-knit community and a vibrant spirit. Despite its size, Burlington surprises residents and visitors alike with its remarkable Independence Day parade and day-long celebration. Situated as the gateway to The Nicatous Wilderness & Duck Lake PRL area of conservation and public lands, with thousands of conserved acres dedicated to the future preservation of natural beauty, this area provides abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy hunting, fishing, or hiking. Enjoy unspoiled beauty with miles of lake frontage on Nicatous and West Lakes, there is something for everyone to appreciate. For essential needs, Lincoln hospital is conveniently located just 13 miles away, ensuring that medical services are within reach. If you desire a larger city experience, Bangor is approximately 48 miles away, while the renowned Bar Harbor is less than 100 miles away. For those looking for a weekend getaway or city excursion, Boston is accessible within a 4-hour and 18-minute drive, spanning 282 miles. A COMFORTABLE HOME The home itself is a combination of an original 1970s structure and renovations and additions made in the 2000s. The open kitchen, dining, and living area create a warm and inviting space for family gatherings and entertaining guests. The first floor boasts laminate and tile floors, adding a touch of elegance and easy maintenance. A basement provides additional storage and utility space. When it comes to heating options, this property offers versatility and efficiency. Take advantage of the best deal with oil hot water baseboard, two heat pumps, and two wood stoves. The electrical system features a 200 amp entrance with breakers, ensuring reliable power supply throughout the home. Outside, a 24 x 24 tech deck provides a spacious and low-maintenance outdoor living area where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The property also features a 25 x 28 two-car attached garage, providing ample space for vehicle storage and workshop activities. In addition, a detached one-car garage and a storage shed offer further convenience and storage options. LOTS OF LAND The land itself is a haven for nature enthusiasts and equestrians. With 34± acres at your disposal, you have plenty of room to explore and enjoy the great outdoors. The property features several acres of fields, perfect for those who love horses and envision adding their own barn. A second well on the property offers flexibility in determining the ideal location for your equestrian facilities. Gardeners will appreciate the presence of flowers and perennials, while a designated garden plot allows for cultivating your own fresh produce. The land's elevations range from 470 to 560 feet above sea level, offering scenic views and varied topography. For recreational activities, the property provides trail access to a snowmobile trail, adding to the array of outdoor pursuits available in the area. Make Your Move This property represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a spacious home and substantial land in a picturesque rural setting. Call today to schedule your personal viewing of this fantastic property.
$321,000
Wilderness Retreat Property Sold

Wilderness Retreat Property

Patten, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to the rare and extraordinary property nestled within the enchanting wilderness of the North Maine Woods area. The sprawling 40-acre lot is located on the East Branch of the Penobscot River in T4 R8 WELS, in the pristine northern reaches of Penobscot County. Uniquely positioned, this property is nearly surrounded by the awe-inspiring beauty of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, offering an exceptional opportunity to experience nature at its finest. If you yearn for a true wilderness experience, this location will surpass your expectations. Journeying here is an adventure, as the property lies approximately 20 miles beyond the nearest paved public road. The property boasts an impressive 1,900± feet of frontage along the East Branch Penobscot River. Delight in the serene beauty of the flowing waters as you unwind and reconnect with nature. The land itself features excellent soils characterized by gravelly sandy loams, as attested by the NRCS. With elevations ranging from 400 to nearly 600 feet above sea level, you will be treated to breathtaking panoramic views that will leave you in awe. Embark on a journey along the historic East Branch Penobscot River, following the footsteps of renowned author Henry David Thoreau. Navigate through a landscape steeped in rich history, stunning scenery, and abundant wildlife, including native brook trout, landlocked and sea-run salmon. With its 75-mile length, this tributary of the Penobscot River meanders through the area north and northeast of the majestic Mt Katahdin, offering a haven for wildlife, outdoor enthusiasts, and adventurers alike. Take on the challenge of navigating the exhilarating whitewater rapids at Grand Pitch, Hulling Machine, and Spencer Rapids, while creating unforgettable memories. This remarkable property is surrounded by natural wonders and protected lands. Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument encompasses an impressive 87,563 acres of mountains and forestland in northern Penobscot County, including a section of the East Branch of the Penobscot River. Adjacent to the KWWNM lies the vast Baxter State Park, spanning over 209,000 acres. This expansive wilderness area is permanently preserved as a state park. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of pristine wilderness in the North Maine Woods. Whether you seek tranquility, natural beauty, or thrilling outdoor pursuits, this property offers an unparalleled sanctuary in the great outdoors. Call today to see this property and secure your chance to create memories that will last a lifetime.
$250,000
40± Acres available on the Penobscot River Sold

40± Acres available on the Penobscot River

Patten, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to the rare and captivating North Maine Woods, where an extraordinary opportunity awaits you. Explore a remarkable 40-acre lot nestled along the scenic East Branch of the Penobscot River in T4 R8 WELS, located in the pristine northern region of Penobscot County. This property is a true gem, amidst the vast and enchanting woodlands of Maine. Location is everything, and if you are searching for a genuine wilderness experience, look no further. Accessing the property is an adventure in itself, as you'll embark on a roughly 20-mile journey along dirt roads via the Sherman Lumber Road from Route 11. The anticipation builds as you immerse yourself in the surrounding beauty and tranquility. LAND Let us delve into the land itself. The property boasts an impressive 1,000± feet of frontage along the East Branch of the Penobscot River. The soil quality is exceptional, characterized by gravelly sandy loams as recognized by the NRCS (National Resources Conservation Service). Elevations range from 400 to nearly 600 feet above sea level, providing breathtaking views and varied topography. The timber on the property is diverse, showcasing nature's beauty. Convenient road access further enhances the appeal of this lot. THE RIVER Prepare to be captivated by the mesmerizing East Branch Penobscot River, retracing the historic route once taken by Henry David Thoreau and his Penobscot guide in 1857. Immerse yourself in a rich tapestry of history, awe-inspiring scenery, and abundant wildlife, including native brook trout, landlocked and sea-run salmon. Stretching 75 miles, this tributary of the Penobscot River weaves its way through the northern and northeastern areas of Mt. Katahdin. If you are a whitewater enthusiast, embark on an exhilarating adventure below Grand Lake Mattagamon through Grand Pitch, Hulling Machine, and Spencer Rapids, offering thrilling whitewater canoeing experiences. CONSERVATION Enveloping this remarkable property are two prominent conservation areas. The Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument spans an impressive 87,563 acres of mountains and forestland in northern Penobscot County. It stands adjacent to Maine's renowned Baxter State Park. Baxter State Park, covering a vast expanse of 209,000 acres, is a cherished wilderness area preserved as a state park in Northeast Piscataquis County. Home of Mt Katahdin, Traveler Mountain, and many others, the hiking, fishing, and other outdoor ventures are limitless. In conclusion, this is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. With over 1,000 feet of frontage on the East Branch, you'll enjoy unparalleled access to this remarkable river. Surrounding the property are vast conservation areas spanning hundreds of thousands of acres, ensuring the preservation of the natural environment. Seize this extraordinary chance to own a piece of wilderness paradise in the North Maine Woods. Embark on an adventure that will leave an indelible mark on your soul and create cherished memories for generations to come.
$250,000
38 Acres of Maine Land for Sale Sold

38 Acres of Maine Land for Sale

Carroll Plt, ME
Penobscot
Welcome to the woods of Maine, where a fantastic opportunity awaits you on this 38± acre property. Nestled amidst rolling hardwood hills and boasting breathtaking views, this wooded parcel in Carroll Plantation offers the perfect retreat for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. As you venture onto the property, you'll find a long driveway leading to an older mobile home that provides a starting point for your new venture. Measuring approximately 14 x 70 feet, the mobile home offers potential for renovation or replacement. While it does require a lot of attention due to water damage and mold, the decision to salvage or remove it is entirely up to you. The land itself is a haven for wildlife, with approximately 38 acres of diverse terrain to explore. Picture yourself surrounded by hardwood and softwood trees, creating a backdrop for your dream property. A drilled well and septic system are already in place, providing the essential foundations for your future plans. Per NRCS soil mapping, the soil composition on the property is predominantly Plaisted, Dixmont, and Monarda Burnham, with 70% being Plaisted and Dixmont soils and around 20% Monarda Burnham. The elevations range from 940 to 1050 feet above sea level, offering varying topography and potential for scenic viewpoints. Convenience meets tranquility in Carroll Plantation, a small community with a population of 138. While you'll relish the seclusion of this woodland retreat, you're never too far from amenities. Lincoln is just 24 miles away, a mere 30-minute drive, while Bangor is within reach at 73 miles, approximately an hour and 15 minutes by car. Portland and Boston are also accessible, at 201 miles and 307 miles respectively. Surrounded by lakes such as Junior Lake, Sysladobsis, Bottle, and Duck, water enthusiasts will delight in the proximity to boat landings and the opportunity for aquatic adventures. For those seeking outdoor recreational activities, nearby Grand Lake Stream offers legendary fly fishing for landlocked salmon and over a thousand miles of canoeable waters. Additionally, the Down East Lakes Land Trust works diligently to conserve and protect the area, with 370,000 acres of land conserved or protected, and the Down East Lakes Community Forest, which spans 57,000 acres and offers trails, wildlife habitats, and sustainable forest management. If you're looking to expand your horizons beyond the US, the property is conveniently located just 37 miles from the nearest border crossing into New Brunswick, Canada. Don't miss this chance to own your piece of Maine's wilderness. Whether you decide to renovate the existing mobile home or start anew, the possibilities are endless on this expansive 38± acre property.
$85,000
Solar Powered Off Grid Cabin with 42 acres Sold

Solar Powered Off Grid Cabin with 42…

Prentiss, ME
Penobscot
Have you been searching for an off-grid getaway, hunting property or homestead in rural Maine? Stop searching and come look at this two-bedroom 14 X 32 cabin. The sale also includes the cabin, a bath house, 4 KW Solar PV system with lithium-ion phosphate batteries and a 40 foot shipping container all set on 42± acres of hardwood forested land. CABIN & IMPROVEMENTS The cabin is 448± square feet. The interior of the cabin is finished with tongue and groove pine on the walls and ceilings. The floors are bamboo. 2 bedrooms are petitioned off from the open kitchen and living area. The cabin is heated with a Hearthstone wood stove. There is not yet plumbing in the cabin and the building is set on a gravel pad with concrete blocks. A separate 10 X 16 bathhouse has a shower and is heated with a gas wall mounted heater. Hot water is made with a on-demand propane fired unit. The bathhouse is also home to the EG4 inverter, charge controller and 3 - 100 Amp hour 48 volt lithium ion phosphate battery rack. Water is supplied by a drilled well and the bathhouse shower has a grey water system installed. Other improvements on the property include a large graveled parking area and a like new 40 foot shipping container large enough for ATV’s, snowmobiles, and all the other outdoor equipment you could want to store on the property. HARWDOOD FOREST The land is a nearly square 42± acres of mostly hardwood forest land. Maples, beech, birches and other hardwood predominate the landscape. This is middle aged forest with most trees between 4 and 12 inches dba. The land is moderately to gently sloping with elevations lying between 700 and 800 FASL. According to NRCS mapping the majority of the soils are Dixmont stoney silt loam. This soil type is of very deep, moderately well drained, and somewhat poorly drained soils. It grows northern hardwoods and pine well and when cleared of trees and stones can also be good for grazing crops, think about where you want your next food plot. PRENTISS - AKA T7 R3 NBPP is a rural community and an unorganized territory in eastern Penobscot County. The town has a population of approximately 170. The town is mostly undeveloped timberland, nearly all of which is held privately with a few small farms scattered around the township. The nearest service towns to Prentiss would be Springfield 13 miles, Danforth 16 miles, and Lincoln 30 miles away. NEARBY PLACES OF INTEREST – Prentiss is located less than 40 miles by car to the New Brunswick Canada border crossing. This area is home to East Grand Lake and Spednic Lake which are two of the largest lakes in Maine. From this location a day trip to Grand Lake Stream and West Grand Lake is easy and it is less than 1 ½ hours away from the northern coast of Maine. COME SEE IT – If you need more information call and ask for a property information package complete with maps, soil reports, deed, property disclosure, tax information and more info. Take a look at it today before you miss another select Maine getaway.
$140,000
100+ Acres in Northern Maine Sold

100+ Acres in Northern Maine

Merrill, ME
Aroostook
Introducing a breathtaking land parcel located in Merrill, Maine, with an extensive list of features that make it a truly remarkable property. With 109.54± surveyed acres, this land has been surveyed and recorded at the county registry. The land is also off-grid, and there is a deeded and surveyed private right of way that guarantees access, privacy, and seclusion. Huntley Brook is one of the many tributaries to the Mattawamkeag River and forms the northern boundary of the property, stretching over 2,000 feet. The elevations range from 740-840 FASL, offering picturesque views of the surrounding landscape. NRCS websoil survey shows the majority of the soils are Plaisted, Howland, and Thorndike, gravelly and silty loams, and a property information package (PIP) that includes this map overlay is available upon request. The property boasts recent pre-commercial thinning of the trees, which has opened trails and improved the spacing of the hardwoods stands. The access road ends near the middle high point of the property offering an ideal location for a home or cabin, and the quality of the soils and trees make it perfect for homesteading. Internet and cell service are available, and Starlink can be available providing reliable and high-speed internet connectivity. You can also stay connected through a good cellular network. The property is located in Merrill, Maine, with a population of 208 per the 2020 census. It is just 3.2 miles west of I-95 exit in Oakfield, Maine, providing easy access. It is located in Aroostook County, which is the largest county east of the Mississippi, covering 6,828 square miles and has a population of 68,000. The county is known for its farming and forest activities and boasts 2,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and 1,000 miles of maintained ATV trails. The Southern Aroostook Community School System, located less than 6 miles from the land, serves the community. The property is only 18 miles away from Houlton, the Southern County Seat, which provides access to a hospital, large stores, restaurants, car dealerships, and other essential services. Bangor International Airport is 106 miles away, which is approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes, while Boston is 339 miles away, taking approximately 5 hours. Nearby points of interest include the North entrance of Baxter State Park, which is 43 miles away and covers 209,000 acres including many miles of hiking trails, numerous wild trout ponds, and the state’s highest peak; Mt Katahdin. The Oxbow Gate of the North Maine Woods is 34 miles away, this is a region of 3.5 million acres, mostly private lands open to the public for hunting, camping, fishing, and boating, including the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Katahdin Woods & Waters, a US national monument with over 87,000 acres, is 24 miles away featuring miles of the East Branch Penobscot River, hiking, hunting, fishing, and canoeing.
$100,000
Heavily Timbered Land with Well & Septic Sold

Heavily Timbered Land with Well & Septic

Brownville, ME
Piscataquis
Searching for a forested lot in Maine with no recent timber harvesting? Come see this 42.6± improved parcel in the homesteading and outdoor recreational paradise of Brownville, Maine. Land Features & Improvements – Once a cabin site, the property has a drilled well and private septic system located at the end of a 200-foot-long driveway. An 8X10± storage shed with a poured concrete floor can store your equipment while you build your new cabin or set up an RV site for your camper. There is commercial timber on this property should you be interested in selling some or use it for your own building and firewood use. The property is mostly hardwood with some softwoods located along the edge of Alder Brook and the outlet of Abbee Pond. These two brooks bisect the land providing riparian habitat that borders the hardwood ridges of the property. Check these brooks out for native wild brook trout and waterfowl hunting. This is rolling land that starts level along Smith Road then descends to Alder Brook, rises again then descends to Abbee Pond Outlet and then rises again to the highest point of the property. The elevations on this rolling land vary from 515 to 600 FASL. Soils on the property vary from well drained along the ridges to hydric soils under and adjacent to the streams. The soil is growing trees well and could be cleared for garden spots near the building site or food plots in more strategic hunting locations. Location – The property is located off grid on a private gravel road just south of Schoodic Lake in the small town of Brownville. This road is currently not plowed in the winter and is by permission a local snowmobile trail. Brownville has a population of approximately 1,100. The nearest service town is Milo, about 8 miles away. Dover Foxcroft is about 20 miles away and is the nearest hospital location. Bangor International Airport is 45± miles away. Uses, Recreation and Points of Interest – This land lends itself well for hunting with the two waterways making pinch points and wildlife funnels. It is not enrolled in the tree growth tax program, so building sites are free from removal penalty. Commercial timber management and harvesting is permitted here. Homesteading in this off grid location would provide lots of privacy yet is nearby other services and trade markets. Trails riders can enjoy the direct access to snowmobile and ATV trails. If you like fishing, the two onsite streams will give up some wild trout and the boat launch on Schoodic Lake is just3 ½ miles drive in Lakeview Village. Nearby attractions include Schoodic and Sebec Lakes, Moosehead Lake, the Appalachian Trail, Gulf Hagas, Pleasant, Piscataquis and Sebec Rivers, plus more wild trout ponds and lakes than you can count. What are You Waiting For? – This land has it all; well, septic, timber, storage building, water features, incredible onsite and nearby recreation. The last property we had on this road sold in less than 3 days. Call today before you miss this one.
$75,000
60 Acres with Brook Sold

60 Acres with Brook

Ashland, ME
Aroostook
Welcome to Maine’s largest county; Aroostook, also known as “The County”. It is home to some of the most fertile soil and private contiguous forests in New England. For those looking for a great opportunity to own a large parcel of northern Maine retreat land, we have an auction for you. This 60+/- acres of forest land in the quiet town of Ashland offers various features that make it a great opportunity for homesteaders, vacationers or outdoor fanatics. The land consists of 60+/- acres with approximately 400 feet on Wrightville Road, with grid electric at the street. The property also boasts over 1,000 feet on Brown Brook, a water feature that forms a portion of the northern boundary of the land. Brown Brook runs cold all year and is a potential nursery for wild Maine brook trout. This rolling boreal forest adjacent to nearby farmland and thousands of acres of undeveloped timber land offers quality hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, black bear and moose. There is a small log cabin adjacent to Brown Brook that is in need of much repair. If you are handy you may want to try and restore it or remove it and build a new cabin at this brook side location. Aroostook County is home to a diverse landscape, making it a haven for outdoor adventurers. The County boasts over 2,000 miles of snowmobile trails and 1000 miles of ATV trails for motor sports enthusiast to enjoy. For those who love water, there are hundreds of large lakes and ponds, plus remote and wild live-waters such as the Aroostook, St John, Allagash and Fish rivers to cast a fly or paddle in an unspoiled environment.  Hunting and fishing opportunities abound in the North Maine Woods and the property is located less than 15 minutes from the 6-mile checkpoint just west of Ashland. Downtown Ashland is only 7.5 miles away, while the city of Presque Isle is about 40 minutes away at 28 miles. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is 146 miles away or about 2 hours and 30 minutes to get there. In conclusion, Aroostook County is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for retreat land in northern Maine. The 60+/- acres of forest land in the quiet town of Ashland along with its many features make it a great opportunity to live and enjoy the life you deserve. Don’t miss out on this chance to own this piece of Maine! To buy this property, it is being offered by online auction. Interested buyers need to register for the auction so call or email us today to receive a bidder package complete with maps, disclosures, auction terms & conditions and all the details about the property and town.
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