Milford, ME Penobscot Country Land 44. acre for sale in Milford, ME

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This 44 acre parcel has over 500, of paved road frontage on the County Road with power and would make the perfect home site for someone looking for privacy. With over 300 feet on Overlook Pond you will have a great place to paddle.

Wild Rose Lane which is a gated access road runs through the property. Located 1.7 miles off route 2 and 6 miles off 1-95 which makes accessto the lot very convenient.

If you enjoy the outdoors of Maine, this is the perfect land parcel for you. Nicely wooded with nearly every major tree species you can find in Maine. Mature white pine, hemlock, fir, spruce, aspen, oak and maple are just a sampling of what you will find on this property.

Enjoy canoeing or kayaking on the 14+ acre pond or access to the All/trail is available over the County Road. A local forester used to land his float plan on the pond so float plan access is possible. All kinds of game animals from white tail deer to moose and game birds such as grouse and wild turkey.

If you are looking for bigger water than the pond, the Ftnobscot River is minutes away and has excellent small mouth bass fishing as well as a striped bass run. If you enjoy hiking, the ainkhaza Meadows National Wildlife Refuge which encompasses over 11,000 acres is just minutes from the property. The places to explore are endless.

You will feel completely isolated on this lot but shopping, restaurants and all conveniences are minutes away in Old Town and Orono, The University of Maine is just mi nutes from the property as well.

Build your dream home or vacation cabin on this lot. A power line easement along the easterly side of the property provides open space for gardening or a place to plant an orchard.

  • Price: $48,900

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