If a land investment needs to be in your portfolio, it is time to come look at these 203± acres of timber land located in the mid-coast area of Frankfort, Maine. This property has marketable timber, frontage on two roads, electricity on two sides, and a brook all less than 20 minutes to downtown Belfast.
LOCATION – As the old saying goes it is all about the location. For an investment to rate high a lot of factors come in to play. This land is located in the mid-coast, which geographically puts it close to a lot of mills to sell timber to. It is also well located for future development just a 30-minute drive from Bangor International Airport, and less than 20 minutes from the City of Belfast. Boston is less than 4 hours drive mostly over 1-95.
QUALITY LAND – The timber on this property has been inventoried by the seller’s forester at just over 3,000 cords. The is an uneven aged stand of mixed hardwood and softwood with stands commercially viable now with a lot of established growing stock for the future. A couple intermittent streams run across portions of the property providing seasonal water features.
About ½ mile of road frontage on Tyler Lane, a gravel town road, has electricity along the frontage. This access also has a couple of woody trails for exploring the properties interior. There is an additional 1,000 +/- feet of frontage along Loggin Road, a paved town-maintained road also with electric and communication lines available. A state-run website indicates there is broadband access on both roads.
The soil types on this lot vary from excessively well drained to poorly drained creating a diverse habitat for flora and fauna. There is evidence of past agricultural uses of the land with an estimated 20% of the acreage once used for pasture and farm land. Game sign is heavy for whitetail deer and wild turkey in this area, with some good cover for ruffed grouse as well.
FRANKFORT – This is the oldest settlement along the Penobscot River. Frankfort was incorporated in 1789 and until 1860 it included the area which is now Winterport. The town industries included ship building, lumbering, agricultural concerns and granite quarrying. The famous gray and white granite from Frankford is on display in the Washington Monument, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and many other monuments and buildings in Maine and across the nation.
If you need more information contact us today for property information package and an interactive map highlighting the quality features of this great land investment.
- Maine Land
- Hunting Property
- Recreational Land
- Coastal Maine
- Electric at Street
- Year Round Accessible
- Near Belfast and Bangor