This affordable 250± acres of Maine land has everything an outdoor enthusiast could want with the investment potential of growing timber.
The land is a mixed wood forest with a harvest done over portions of the western side of the property. Battle Brook meanders through the eastern half of the parcel for about 3,500 feet. This is a slow-moving stream with a ponded area from a beaver dam. The moose, whitetail deer and black bear love the habitat along the edge of the water feature. From the stream at about 520 FASL, the land rises east and west up a ridge to about 590 FASL.
From the Yankee Woodshed Road access to the land is over an interior road. This gravel road crosses the southwest quadrant of the land and ends at the height of land on a sugar maple ridge. This thinned stand of mature maple could be used for sugarbush. A branch of the interior road travels southeast towards Battle Brook.
The land is in the northern Maine town of Glenwood Plantation. The population of this town was reported at 3 in the 2010 census, let’s make it 4. The property is located about 32 miles south of Houlton and 39 miles north of Lincoln.
This tract is located off a private access road approximately 2 miles off Route 2A. This is a very remote region of Maine with hundreds of thousands of undeveloped forest land. Wytopitlock Lake is nearby as well as the Mattawamkeag River. This is hunting and fishing nirvana with most of the timberland in the area open to recreational use.
If you are looking for a great property to escape crowds for hunting, homesteading, or just getting away from it all, with the added opportunity to manage a forest for future revenue from timber and maple syrup production; come take a look at this 250± acres in southern Aroostook County.