The Little Madawaska River cabin homesite is a 45.8+- acre surveyed parcel of river front timberland. It is located in the low taxed unorganized township of Connor, Maine. The area location is a mix of timberland and farmland properties. It is a rural area where outdoor recreation is enjoyed by resident and visitor alike. Located between two small northern Maine cities you get the benefit of country living without a real burden of being too remote.
The 45.8+- acre surveyed parcel of land is located about 1 ½ miles from power, so this is an off-grid cabin or home site. The gravel ROW road to the property is in place allowing direct access to the property. The land slopes downward from the northern boundary to the river to the south. The property has been lightly harvested and there is still a good stocking of mixed wood. It is predominantly a softwood lot with cedar, spruce and fir of marketable size. This is a very nice parcel of timberland with excellent recreational possibilities.
There are access points near the property to get on the vast interconnected atv and snowmobile trail network. The Little Madawaska River offers fishing and waterfowl hunting right from the property. The property and the surrounding woodlands are filled with white tail deer, moose and other game animals. Moose and deer are frequently seen on the property.
The soil maps of the property indicate that the predominant soil is quite rich providing a good environment for timber growth. The long frontage on the Little Madawaska River is very nice providing direct access to the property for canoeing and fishing the clear waters of the river. The long road frontage along the ROW road makes accessing the property for hunting, logging or building a cabin very convenient.