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Big Acres with a Pond in Maine

Kingsbury Plantation, ME
Piscataquis
Nestled on the south west border of Piscataquis County, this 309± acre timberland tract surrounding Little Pond presents an opportunity to own a piece of Maine waterfront wilderness. With year-round access via a county-maintained road, this land offers both seclusion and accessibility, making it a perfect Maine retreat. Historic Kingsbury Plantation: A Legacy of Natural Beauty Kingsbury Plantation holds a rich history, dating back to its acquisition by Judge Sanford Kingsbury in 1833 as part of the Bingham Purchase. With its early development around Kingsbury Pond, including the establishment of two mills in 1835, this area quickly grew into a community. Today, the mills are gone and the Plantation is very quiet and peaceful with a population of only 28. Enjoy the rolling hills, surrounding mountains, numerous lakes, rivers, streams, and ponds of this scenic part of Maine. A Closer Look at This Land Spanning 309± acres, this property is a testament to the natural beauty of Maine. It encompasses 276± acres of forested land, 27± acres of ponds, wetlands, and streams, and 6± acres dedicated to roads. The terrain is a blend of rolling land with elevations ranging from 900 to 1,160 feet above sea level. Nearly 90% of the area is covered in hardwoods, with mixed wood and softwoods around the pond and its outlet, showcasing the diversity of this location. The soil, as reported by NRCS, varies across the property, with well-drained areas on the upper ridges and somewhat poorly drained areas in the valleys. This mix supports a rich ecosystem, including red spruce, white spruce, balsam fir, yellow birch, paper birch, and red maple. Central to the property is Little Pond, nearly 10 acres of high-quality wading bird habitat. It's an area designated for resource protection, ensuring the preservation of its natural beauty and wildlife, including ducks, geese, moose, deer, beaver, otter, and other water loving animals. With building setbacks required to be 250 feet, any development will maintain the integrity of this pristine environment. The outlet of Little Pond flows north though the property on the way to its confluence with Kingsbury Stream. This riparian feature with plunge pools and live water, is most likely rearing waters for the trout living in Kingsbury Stream. It may be your perfect place to construct a backwoods log cabin to enjoy the sight and sounds of flowing waters. Access and Points of Interest This property enjoys about ½ mile of frontage on the county road, with over a mile of interior road facilitating access throughout. It is located about half way between Bingham and Abbot about 2 ½ miles south of Route 16. The county seat of Dover Foxcroft is 27 miles from the land and is the location of the nearest hospital. Bangor is home to the nearest commercial airport which is 66± miles from the land. Boston, Massachusetts is 225 miles, less than a 4-hour drive. Nearby points of interest include Kingsbury Pond and Mayfield Ponds, renowned for their fishing and recreational opportunities at 2 ½ miles from the end of the driveway onto the land. Greenville and Moosehead Lake, two of Maine's premier outdoor destinations, are 36 miles northeast of the land, offering a host of amenities and activities. The famous Kennebec River is located 16 miles west of the property where you will find Maine’s best whitewater paddling and fishing for trout and landlocked salmon. Embrace the Wilderness This offering is not just land; it's an invitation to become a steward of a piece of Maine. Whether you're drawn to its historic roots, the promise of solitude, the investment potential of land ownership, or the allure of outdoor adventure, this property in Kingsbury Plantation is a rare find. With its rich ecosystem, scenic beauty, and strategic location, its perfect for your retreat, conservation project, or dream wilderness home location. Don't Miss This Opportunity For those who appreciate the beauty of Maine and the opportunity of owning a significant tract of land with a water feature, this property represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Call today for a property information package and schedule a viewing of this unique offering today.
$399,900
Escape to the Maine Woods – 22+ Acres of Remote Paradise Sold

Escape to the Maine Woods – 22+…

Brownville, ME
Piscataquis
Are you yearning for a tranquil escape to a remote off-grid sanctuary? Whether you dream of parking your RV, constructing a cozy cabin, establishing a self-sufficient homestead, or simply seeking a base for your Maine wilderness adventures, your search ends here. Welcome to 22± acres of pristine natural beauty in Brownville, Maine, where you can immerse yourself in the serenity of the wilderness, all within an hour's drive from the city of Bangor. Location Brownville A picturesque town of 1,100 residents known for its welcoming community, historic railroad station in Brownville Junction, Wildwoods Restaurant, extensive ATV and snowmobile trails, vast forests, and abundant Maine wildlife. - Only 7 miles from Milo, offering convenient access to a grocery store, restaurants, gas stations, hardware, and building supplies. - A mere 45 miles from the vibrant city of Bangor, with its regional airport just 42 miles away, ensuring easy connectivity. - You're also 150 miles from Portland and 254 miles from Boston, making this property an ideal escape from the city hustle in just a few hours' drive. Land Features - Spanning 22± acres, this property boasts an impressive 2,500± feet of frontage along Alder Brook and another small unnamed tributary to Alder Brook, which meanders for 8-9 miles before joining the Piscataquis River, part of the Penobscot River system—a haven for wild brook trout and waterfowl. - With approximately 1,700 feet of frontage along Smith Road, you have numerous options to select the perfect site for your development dreams. - Elevations range from 450 to 500 feet above sea level. - Per NRCS mapping, the soil composition consists of the Danforth-Masardis-Peacham association, known for its depth and variation, making it ideal for trees, wildlife habitat, and potential pastureland, but not suitable for farming. Nearby Points of Interest - A short 2.6-mile drive takes you to a boat landing on the breathtaking Schoodic Lake. - The pristine Pleasant River, where the East and West Branches merge just north of this property in Brownville. - Access the Piscataquis River just a couple of miles south in the town of Milo. - Venture 21 miles to the Northern Maine Woods (NMW) Entrance at KI, where you can explore the Katahdin Ironworks State Historic Site, Gulf Hagas (Maine's Grand Canyon), and the 100-mile wilderness of the Appalachian Trail between Monson and Mt. Katahdin. - Don't forget to visit the Brownville Deer Pantry, just 8 miles west on Rips Road, for an unforgettable wildlife experience. Endless Possibilities - Create your dream cabin and embrace the tranquility of this serene landscape. - Enjoy fishing in the nearby waterways, hunting in the vast wilderness, and exhilarating ATV and snowmobile adventures right from your property. - Consider establishing a self-sufficient homestead or explore the potential for timber investment, perfect for producing firewood. Don't miss your chance to make this "Escape to the Maine Woods" your reality.
$44,900
128± Acres of Riverfront Forest Land Sold

128± Acres of Riverfront Forest Land

Sebec, ME
Piscataquis
Escape to your own private wilderness with this exceptional 128± acre parcel of land in Sebec, Maine. If you are in search of seclusion, natural beauty, and a stunning riverfront setting, this property provides all that and more. Location The land is located off the Town Farm Road in Sebec near the southeast corner of Piscataquis County. This is the second largest and least populated county in Maine. This land promises the kind of tranquility that is increasingly hard to find. In a county with only 17,000 people scattered across more than 4,300 square miles, you will experience the true essence of solitude with fewer than 5 people per square mile. With just a short 15-minute drive to Dover-Foxcroft, Bangor less than an hour drive and Boston within a 4-hour reach, you will have the best of both worlds: remote wilderness living and access to modern amenities. Land As you explore this 128± acre expanse of wilderness, you will encounter a variety of hardwood and softwood timber species and varied terrain, with elevations ranging from 300 feet near the water to 520+ feet above sea level at the highpoint of the land. NRCS mapping reveals that more than 50% of the property consists of Plaisted Howland Penquis Association – This is a stoney rich soil, good for growing trees, has potential for grazing lands, and is excellent for wildlife habitats. While off the grid, this land presents opportunities for alternative power solutions, making it an ideal canvas for those who seek a self-sustaining lifestyle. Water Features Perhaps the most enchanting feature of this land is the 4,000± feet of river frontage along the Sebec River. Here, you can watch the world go by, fish for brook trout, landlocked salmon, and smallmouth bass, or even land and dock a float plane on this pristine waterway. Additionally, an unnamed brook originating from the hillside south of the land flows through the property for nearly 1,700 feet, this is the perfect backdrop for potential building sites where you can listen to soothing sounds of running waters. Nearby POI For those looking to explore the natural wonders of Maine, you will find numerous points of interest nearby, including Sebec Lake, Schoodic Lake, Moosehead Lake, Gulf Hagas (Maine's Grand Canyon), and the 100-mile wilderness area of the Appalachian Trail. For cultural activities you will find something to do year-round in Sebec and the nearby communities. From annual festivals, craft fairs, club organized poker runs, local community suppers, incredible concerts and more. Make It Happen This versatile land presents many opportunities, whether you are looking for a secluded retreat, an investment in timber, or considering subdividing and selling riverfront lots. Whether you are into birdwatching, fishing, paddling, hunting, or trail riding, this property and location is sure to meet your pursuits. What would you use this land for? The possibilities are many. Come and experience the serenity and beauty of this Maine wilderness retreat, where nature's wonders await your exploration.
$299,900