If you are looking for a midsized tract of Maine forest land this property hits the sweet spot between a recreational or homestead parcel and an investment timber purchase.
This lot has good year-round access with 3,000 +/- feet of paved road frontage on Route 169 also known as Averill Road in Prentiss, Maine. The property has high hardwood ridges of maple, birch and beech in the center of the land with elevations of approximately 630 to 700 feet above sea level. The edges of the land are more mixed wood with spruce fir pine mixed in. The interior of the land is well roaded for good access over much of the acreage. This is an off-grid location that would be great for a solar powered home or cabin in the inner reaches of the acres.
Use this land for your new home, cabin or retreat. Grow timber for income and return on investment. Enjoy hunting upland birds and deer. Just walk through the woods to clear your mind. We bet you can find even more uses for the acreage in Prentiss.
This property is located in Prentiss, Maine. Prentiss is an unorganized township on the border of Penobscot and Washington County. Taxes here are CHEAP! With just 214 +/- residents in the whole town privacy is insured by that fact and the surrounding extremely large timber company lands most of which are open for recreational use.
Other nearby points of interest are the service town of Danforth, just 11 miles northeast of the land. Grand Lake, Maine’s border with New Brunswick, for fantastic unspoiled fishing and boating. Baskahegan Stream has good live water trout fishing. The Hot Brook Lakes are warm, good swimming and top-rated bass lakes.
Don’t wait for this one to pass you by. Call us today to get more information or schedule a time to see it.