Have you been searching for an off-grid getaway, hunting property or homestead in rural Maine? Stop searching and come look at this two-bedroom 14 X 32 cabin. The sale also includes the cabin, a bath house, 4 KW Solar PV system with lithium-ion phosphate batteries and a 40 foot shipping container all set on 42± acres of hardwood forested land.
CABIN & IMPROVEMENTS The cabin is 448± square feet. The interior of the cabin is finished with tongue and groove pine on the walls and ceilings. The floors are bamboo. 2 bedrooms are petitioned off from the open kitchen and living area. The cabin is heated with a Hearthstone wood stove. There is not yet plumbing in the cabin and the building is set on a gravel pad with concrete blocks.
A separate 10 X 16 bathhouse has a shower and is heated with a gas wall mounted heater. Hot water is made with a on-demand propane fired unit. The bathhouse is also home to the EG4 inverter, charge controller and 3 – 100 Amp hour 48 volt lithium ion phosphate battery rack.
Water is supplied by a drilled well and the bathhouse shower has a grey water system installed. Other improvements on the property include a large graveled parking area and a like new 40 foot shipping container large enough for ATV’s, snowmobiles, and all the other outdoor equipment you could want to store on the property.
HARWDOOD FOREST The land is a nearly square 42± acres of mostly hardwood forest land. Maples, beech, birches and other hardwood predominate the landscape. This is middle aged forest with most trees between 4 and 12 inches dba. The land is moderately to gently sloping with elevations lying between 700 and 800 FASL.
According to NRCS mapping the majority of the soils are Dixmont stoney silt loam. This soil type is of very deep, moderately well drained, and somewhat poorly drained soils. It grows northern hardwoods and pine well and when cleared of trees and stones can also be good for grazing crops, think about where you want your next food plot.
PRENTISS – AKA T7 R3 NBPP is a rural community and an unorganized territory in eastern Penobscot County. The town has a population of approximately 170. The town is mostly undeveloped timberland, nearly all of which is held privately with a few small farms scattered around the township. The nearest service towns to Prentiss would be Springfield 13 miles, Danforth 16 miles, and Lincoln 30 miles away.
NEARBY PLACES OF INTEREST – Prentiss is located less than 40 miles by car to the New Brunswick Canada border crossing. This area is home to East Grand Lake and Spednic Lake which are two of the largest lakes in Maine. From this location a day trip to Grand Lake Stream and West Grand Lake is easy and it is less than 1 ½ hours away from the northern coast of Maine.
COME SEE IT – If you need more information call and ask for a property information package complete with maps, soil reports, deed, property disclosure, tax information and more info. Take a look at it today before you miss another select Maine getaway.