Are you looking for coastal land for a new home, but are priced out of the market in southern or midcoast Maine? Take a drive a little farther up to Downeast Maine and you will be rewarded with more land, privacy, and beauty for a fraction of the price.
2.43± acres of peaceful coastal forest have been surveyed and front for 199 feet along Dyer Bay in the fishing village of Steuben. Build your new seaside getaway in the dense cover of mature spruce trees. The lot fronts along a private road for 138 feet and electric power is available at roadside.
The bay extends from the open Atlantic Ocean about 6 miles inland. Tides in this part of Maine are around 13 feet. Watch as local lobster fisherman work the bay. The bay is home to numerous wading bird species, bald eagles, lobster, and various marine fish. The peninsula on the shore opposite the land for sale is the location of the Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge with over 2,000 acres conserved with maintained hiking and scenic trails.
Steuben & Washington County
The small fishing village of Steuben is the southernmost town in Washington County and shares a border with the Hancock County town of Gouldsboro. Steuben has a population of 1,129 as of the 2020 census. This is a quiet town in Maine’s third least populated county. Most shopping and convenances are in Milbridge about 7 miles from the property or in the city of Ellsworth 32 miles southwest.
Washington County was named for George Washington. This county has an amazing amount of coastal shoreland and islands, much of which have been purchased or gifted for conservation. This is the unofficial lobster and blueberry capital of Maine.
Distances & Points of Interest
The land is located 32 miles from the city of Ellsworth, 48 miles from Bar Harbor, 62 miles from Bangor International Airport and about 293 miles from Boston, Massachusetts.
Nearby the land is the previously mentioned Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge about 8 ½ miles drive from the property. The Donnell Pond Public Reserved land and Schoodic Mountain Trail Head is about 23 miles away. Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain are 45± miles. Schoodic Point, the only mainland portion of Acadia National Park, is 22 miles drive.
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