Middle Branch Forest
Here is an opportunity to purchase a Maine kingdom property. The land consists of 1,100 +/- acres of investment grade timberland, nearly two miles of water frontage on Lower Middle Branch Pond, two cabins, plus thousands of feet of river frontage on the Middle Branch of the Union River.
Land – Forest – Water
The terrain of Middle Branch Forest is extremely varied with elevations from 330 to over 700 feet. The 710-foot southwestern spur of Middle Branch Ridge is in the northeast corner of the property. It forms an impressive backdrop to the views from the pond. The frontage along the pond also varies from steep shorelines, level cottage areas, and scenic marshy shores often frequented by moose.
The forestland is a nice mix of hardwoods along the tops and sides of the ridges with softwoods such as white pine and spruce in the transition and lower lying areas. The land has been managed over the past 20+ years by professional foresters. It is well stocked with both merchantable and growing stock sized trees.
The property is accessed over several interior private roads including Long Pond Road which meanders through the western side of the parcel.
If outdoor recreation is in your blood, this is the place for you. The pond is remote and undeveloped with the exception of the two cabins on the property and a another on the land to the north. The fishing here is reported as perch with occasional brook trout that migrate down from Upper Middle Branch Pond and up from the Union River. Paddling here is pure solitude. Hunting in the area is known to be excellent for Maine black bear, large whitetail deer, upland birds and waterfowl. The land can provide access to local snowmobile and ATV trail systems maintained by local clubs.
Great Maine Location
If you are currently seeking a large tract of land in Maine you will not find one better located than Middle Branch Forest. Getting here is easy. I-95 to Bangor Maine, 40 +/- miles east out Route 9 to Long Pond Road, then just 2.5 miles to the property. Daytrips to Bar Harbor are easy being about 50 miles away to the south. Atlantic Canada is about 65 miles to the east at the border crossing of Calais/St Stephen. Additionally, the property abuts tens of thousands of acres of private timberland that has been historically and currently is open to public use for recreation.
Call today for and ask for an interactive map and property information package. Then schedule a trip to Aurora to see it.
- 1,100 +/- Acres
- Nearly Two Miles Lakefront
- Two Cabins
- Thousands of Feet River Frontage
- Trophy Black Bear Hunting
- Trout & Salmon Fishing
- Local ATV Trails
- 45 Minutes Drive to International Airport