M18L31 Berce Way, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, 04426
Here is one of the more affordable parcels of land available in the central Piscataquis County town of Dover-Foxcroft. 73.5± acres of forestland in the outskirts of town for timber, recreation, off grid living and more.
The 73.5± acres is mixed woodland that has had a recent harvest opening the forest for improved timber growth. The property has about 2,000 feet of newly constructed interior road gaining access to a much of the interior of the land. Elevations on site vary from about 500 to 590± feet above sea level. The soils on the property are deep and best suited for growing timber and wildlife habitat. Tree species include white and yellow birch, beach, red maple, spruce, fir, white cedar and others.
The land is off-grid and accessed over a private deeded right of way. This rural and quiet location would be the perfect place for a getaway cabin in the woods or an off-grid homestead. There are signs of a lot of game on the property including whitetail deer, moose and upland birds. While rural and somewhat remote, it is just 6.5± miles to downtown Dover Foxcroft and Mayo Regional Hospital.
Dover-Foxcroft is the largest town in Piscataquis County and is the county seat. The population is just about 4,400. This town has all conveniences including the hospital, shopping, banks, health care, car dealers and many other services. Foxcroft Academy is located in town. Catch a local sporting event like football, field hockey, basketball and more. Foxcroft Golf Club is less 5 miles from the land. Sebec Lake is nearby the property along with Peaks Kenney State Park.
This land is located about 41.5± miles north west of Bangor International Airport. Other points of interest nearby include the 100 mile woods of the Appalachian Trail, Moosehead Lake Region of Maine, Katahdin Ironworks State Park, Gulf Hagas, Schoodic Lake and too many to name lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.
If it is time for you to invest in some real property then you should check out this location today.