20± Acres of Maine land potentially rich with gravel deposits in the lakefront community of Sebec. This off-grid offering also has homestead, recreational and timber value.
The standout feature of the property is the sand and gravel deposits on site. Three test drillings showed sand and gravel deposits to depths of 60 to nearly 100 feet in depth. Other nearby working gravel pits show a similar trend. The local demand for these materials should be ongoing with the housing and cabin market adjacent to Sebec Lake. The land has standing timber of various species and its high elevations would make it a terrific building location.
Not interested in the potential for gravel deposits? If you are looking for a high and dry lot for use for an off-grid homestead or a getaway cabin location that has nearby access to lakes, rivers, ponds and improved snowmobile and ATV trails this might make a good location. The land is located on a southeast facing ridgeline with elevations of 370 to 450 FASL. Clearing some timber along the rising ridge should open impressive views to the south and east.
The town of Sebec has a population of 680. It is in central eastern Piscataquis County. Highlights of this region include 6,800 +/- acre cold water Sebec Lake. One of several boat landings on this lake is located about 1.3 miles from the property. Most of Sebec’s 37 square miles is forested with a few small farms scattered around town. The county seat and major service town of Dover-Foxcroft is located just 12 miles west of the land. The city of Bangor is located less than 50 miles east of the property, and easy drive with little traffic.
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