Want a large private parcel of land with town-maintained road frontage and perfect recreational access to all Maine has to offer? This 154+--acre property sits right on an ATV and snowmobile access trail that is part of a 100-year-old discontinued rail road bed. If ATVing is not your thing, you can hike this trail or ride your mountain bike to the nearby Piscataquis River. For a longer trip, follow the trail north to Schoodic Lake.
With roughly 3,000 feet of paved road frontage, it would make for easy camp access if you chose to build while still keeping privacy. Power is about 8/10ths of a mile away. With this much road frontage, over time you could sell of some land to family and friends. The land is rolling topography that ranges from 300 to 350 feet above sea level. There is an interior road and the timber is a mixed growth of hardwood and softwood. There are two wetland areas that are great for wildlife. One is about 12 acres located in the northeast corner of the land and the other is about 6+- acres in the southeast corner. The property is in tree growth tax status but the owner kept out two building sites from the program.
Approximately 40 minutes outside of the closest city of Bangor, if you want a quick break from nature maybe for a good meal in down town, or even a concert during the summer on the Bangor Waterfront. Your closest town however is Milo, which is just about 12 minutes away from the property. There you’ll find, a Tradewinds grocery market, as well as a family dollar for your basic shopping needs. They also have a Dunkin Donuts, and a House of Pizza.
The town of Lagrange, located about 4 hours north of Boston, was established in 1832 as primarily a timber town. Besides timber the town was home to Blacksmiths, as well as carriage and sleigh makers. If you’re looking for a quiet get away town with access to food and grocery, and direct access to ATV and Rec trails, this 154+- acre lot is just for you.