If you are looking for a quality parcel of land in Maine with fields and woods and great mountain views, look no further than these 89 +/- acres of land in Mt. Chase.
GREAT LAND – This is a well-rounded parcel of land with about 25 acres of fields with the balance of the acreage being mixed growth timberland. Three fields are separated by thin strips of trees creating everchanging mountain views as you drive from one location to another. Views of Mt Katahdin, Mt Chase and other nearby peaks are stunningly beautiful.
Another feature this property has that many parcels do not is quality soils. According to NRCS soil mapping, Thorndike and Dixmont silt loams make up over 90% of the acreage. What this means to you is you will have productive quality farm and timberland to enjoy for generations.
The elevation changes of the property are varied from approximately 790 to over 900 feet above sea level. This is high and dry land far from any potential flooding risk.
Access to the property is over a private gravel road which is a deeded private right of way. The land is at the very of the road insuring your privacy. This is an off-grid site. You have options here with the right of way good for the installation of utilities accessible from the Route 11 corridor, or instead, take advantage of the open fields to install a liberating solar PV system.
GREAT LOCATION – The land is located ¾ of a mile off Route 11. This is an extremely private location. The abutting land is fields and large tracts of forest land with few neighbors.
Mount Chase is a small town in far northern Penobscot County. With the population less than 200, you will find more moose and deer in the town than people.
The landscape is beautiful in the area with the 2,439-foot Mt Chase forming the northern border of the town. Other natural features of this area are Upper and Lower Shin Ponds. These two scenic ponds provide good boating and fishing opportunities. This town has many snowmobile and ATV trails maintained by well organized local clubs. All of this open wilderness, water and trails will keep anyone who loves the outdoors happy.
The nearby service town of Patten has most of life’s necessities with grocery store, hardware, health clinic and other services. Houlton, Maine and the US New Brunswick Canada crossing are less than 40 miles from this property. The cities of Bangor and Presque Isle are 90 and 62 +/- miles respectively.
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