End your search for the perfect parcel of Maine land. Come see this 38± acres perfect for an off-grid cabin or home location combined with a timber investment and outdoor recreational uses. Located in the central Maine town of Brownville, this property has it all. Large trees, frontage on a brook and beaver pond, access to both snowmobile and ATV trails and close proximity to a large glacial lake.
THE PARCEL 38± acres of forested land is primarily hardwood timber with some softwoods present on site. The hardwood mix is yellow and white birches, poplar, American beach and maples. The softwood is a mixture of hemlock, white pine, spruce and balsam fir. These trees are evenly spaced and are growing well. This is an older forest that you can enjoy walking through. This land is currently not enrolled in the tree growth tax program, but would qualify should you decide to put it in.
A small spring brook forms in the hills just north of the property then flows southerly onto and through the eastern edge of the land. Beavers built a large abode near the southern end of the property, created a large dam and flooded an area just under 5 acres. This brook and pond create great habitat for fish, wading birds, moose and other Maine wildlife and as a bonus the opened area has some great views of the nearby hills.
The terrain is gently sloping from the access road, which forms the west boundary, varying from 590 to 510 FASL at the brook and pond on the eastern side. This is productive land for growing trees. NRCS mapping shows most of the soil being Plaisted-Howland-Penquis association; deep well drained soils. This soil mix does well growing Maine’s hardwoods species and, when cleared of rocks and stones, is suitable for pasture land and cultivated crops such as corn, potato and more.
LOCATION Brownville is located 45 minutes by car northwest of the city of Bangor. This quiet town has a population of under 1,200 people. It is located in the southeast corner of Piscataquis County, the state’s second largest and the least populated county. The nearby towns of Milo and Dover-Foxcroft have services such as grocery stores, hardware and building materials, hospital and health care clinics, restaurants and more.
REGIONAL INFORMATION This part of Maine is near its geographic center. The Appalachian Mountains are just north of town including the 100 Mile Wilderness section of the Appalachian Trail. From the property it is less than 60 miles to drive to the south entrance of Baxter State Park near Mount Katahdin.
Schoodic Lake is nearby with an improved boat landing just 3 miles from the property. This is a large lake with a surface area exceeding 7,000 acres, is nearly ten miles long and 200 feet deep. The water quality is some of the best in Maine for salmonids and produces large lake trout and landlocked salmon.
No Matter what your interests are you should be able to make it happen here in Brownville, Maine. Build that cabin or maybe a second one for a weekly rental property. The possibilities here are endless. Call for more information and let’s schedule a showing of the property today.