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Maine Lakefront Land

County: Penobscot
85 Woodcock Lane, Lincoln ME 04457
$250,000

Property Description

We are excited to show you a breathtaking 20-acre lakefront property complete with a stunning peninsula. This off-grid location offers the peaceful feeling of being in the middle of nowhere, yet you can be in downtown Lincoln in just 15 minutes. Come explore this Maine waterfront land today.

LOCATION Lincoln, Maine, known for its slogan “Come for the lakes, stay for the lifestyle,” boasts 13 lakes plus the Penobscot River. With a population of 4,850, the town offers essential services including a hospital, grocery stores, restaurants, car dealerships, building supplies, and sporting goods stores. Enjoy community events like the summer Loon Fest, community dinners, and fishing derbies.

The property is located only 8.3 miles from downtown Lincoln, this location provides the perfect balance of seclusion and convenience. You will find the city of Bangor just 55 miles away, while Portland is an all interstate 2-hour 48-minute drive. Boston is only 4 hours and 30 minutes away.

LAKEFRONT LAND The land itself spans over 20 acres, fully surveyed with 1,760 feet of pristine lakefront. Improvements include driveways and clearings, and elevations range from 280 to over 300 feet above sea level. The property is predominantly covered with softwood trees such as pine, spruce, fir, and hemlock, growing in Monarda Burnham & Howland soils.

LAKE Upper Pond, a semi-remote pond fed by Sucker Brook, spans 506 acres with a depth of 31 feet. Its rocky shorelines and deep holes are good for brook trout and perch fishing and perfect for paddling and fishing boats. This quiet lake offers a peaceful escape for nature enthusiasts with loons, eagles and other wildlife.

NEARBY POINTS OF INTEREST In the surrounding area, you will find numerous lakes catering to various interests, from fishing for salmon, trout, bass, and panfish to boating with kayaks, canoes, and larger sport boats. ATV and snowmobile trails crisscross the landscape, while the Penobscot River provides multiple boat landings for both short and extended trips on the water. The coast of Maine is less than a 2-hour drive away, and Baxter State Park, with Mount Katahdin, waterfalls, wild trout ponds, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails, is just over an hour away. The University of Maine, the state’s largest university, is nearby, as is Bangor, Maine’s third-largest city, offering events at the Cross Center, a vibrant summer concert series, world class dining and many other cultural opportunities.

Call today to schedule a site visit to this incredibly unique lakefront property before it is gone.

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