Map 31, Lots 23 & 23A. Located in Wilton, ME, tucked amongst unmaintained, seasonal gravel roads, is a rustic, unfinished cabin sitting on 86 ultra-private acres. Built in 2018, the cabin first comes into view across a small field lined by stone walls. The cabin’s fuss-free design, metal roof, and newer windows and doors (2018) give it a sleek exterior look. On the interior, an open concept main floor maximizes living space while a double-lofted area capitalizes on sleeping space. As it stands now, most of the rough carpentry work has been done — the cabin is framed and dried in — but the next owners will need to button it up on the inside. While there is no septic or electric on this property, you have an outhouse, a generator hookup, propane, and cell phone service to make yourself comfortable during all four seasons. With two wells, 1,200± feet of owned water frontage on Varnum Stream, and 330-acre Varnum Pond less than .5 miles away, there is no shortage of access to water on this property. Adding to this property’s noteworthy characteristics, you’ll find mature timber scattered across a majority of the acreage and around 1,000′ of elevation in its southwest corner. Geographically, Wilton is an outdoor-centric destination ideally located in the western lakes and mountains region of Maine. You can fish, swim, hunt, hike, boat, ATV, golf, and more in this area. It’s only a 15-minute drive to Farmington, 55-minute drive to Augusta and Lewiston/Auburn, and a 90-minute drive to Portland from here, so you have access to all the ‘big city’ conveniences you could ever need. If you are looking for an off-the-grid cabin, with good bones, lots of potential, and big acreage, this one is worth taking a look at! While the cabin needs finishing, it is a great opportunity to save money upfront and infuse your own personal tastes and preferences into its improvements. A little investment – and some elbow grease – will go a long way here! All told…you can’t beat this cabin’s location, makeup, or potential.