Are you searching for a rural, well forested parcel of land near Bangor Maine? Look at these 48± acres of timberland on Poplar Street in Old Town.
If you want land for a timber investment, recreational and/or hunting property, a potential building site for that Maine cabin you have been dreaming of, or permanent residence; this lot has a much to offer.
The land is well forested with no recent timber harvesting done on the lot. This property is gently sloping to flat terrain with elevations from about 110 to 140 FASL. The property fronts for nearly a half mile on a year-round maintained paved road. There are electric and communication lines roadside. Access to the parcel is excellent with all the paved road frontage plus an interior gravel road located near the center of the property.
Potential uses for this property are many. This region has a good population of whitetail deer, black bear, wild turkey, grouse and woodcock. The hunting at this location can be excellent. The land is currently used as timberland and this investment will continue to grow. Along the road frontage are number of good building sites making lot sales possible or give a lot or two to your family after removing the land from the tree growth program.
This location has privacy in spades. The land is surrounded by the Perch Pond Forest which is about 841 acres of conservation land owned by the University of Maine and is now part of the Caribou Bog – Penjajawoc Project which is permanently protected area. The conservation land uses include a groomed mountain biking trail, cross country skiing, hunting and fishing in Perch Pond.
There are many nearby points of interest. The University of Maine campus is just 6.3 miles from the property. A boat landing on Pushaw Lake is only 2 miles west of the land. Public access to the Penobscot River is less than 10 miles away. The city of Bangor is under 15 miles away.
If you need more information, call today for a property information package including survey map, property disclosure, tax and other information.