Located in Bradford, Maine is a waterfront cabin site, in a private, off-grid location that is for sale. The property is behind a locked gate that is 2 miles from the property providing lots of privacy and security. The road into the property, ends on the tract with no ROW’s through it. This adds to the privacy that is found here. The topography of the land is flat. There is only about 20 feet of elevation change throughout the parcel. The tract of land has over 3000 feet of frontage on Dead Stream. Dead stream is a wide flowing waterway that is a tributary to Pushaw Stream and is part of the Penobscot River drainage. Logan Brook and an unnamed brook add over 4000 additional feet of waterfrontage.
The land along Dead Stream is very nice. The old growth forest is easy to navigate and several potential cabin sites can be found here. Towering Pine, hemlock, cedar and fir are the most prevalent timber types along the waterways. There were stands of maple found as well. There is a large wetland area, along Logan Brook that is ideal for wildlife.
This is a fantastic recreational cabin site. Whether you are a hunter, fisherman, bird watcher or naturalist, this property will appeal to you. Tracks of otter, fisher, ermine and bobcat were all observed while on a recent walk through the property. The calls of chickadees and pileated wood peckers were all that broke the silence on my recent visit. The abundance of water found here provides habitat for migratory waterfowl which will be seen in the spring, summer and fall.
The property is located in the small town of Bradford, Maine. Bradford has a population of approximately 1500 residents. Bradford is only 20 or so miles to Bangor, Maine where you will find healthcare, shopping, dining and more. This is a property where the only sounds you hear will be the gentle breeze through the tree tops and the sound of the flowing waters with the accompanying calls of song birds. The visitors you will see will be an occasional moose, whitetail deer, river otters and other forest creatures. If you are looking for a wildlife sanctuary to call home, then give me a call, and let’s go take a walk on this 131 +- acres of waterfront land.