Lot 6 Off Route 156, Perkins Town, Maine, 04294
It is not very often that an opportunity to own 1,320± acres of timberland presents itself, never mind 1,320± acres of timberland that has been respectfully owned and managed by the same family throughout four generations. But, between Wilton, ME and Weld, ME in the unorganized territory of Perkins Township, on Route 156 in Franklin County, that opportunity awaits!
This expansive tract of land offers up a quintessential Maine landscape with its bold hills, boundless panoramas, babbling brooks, and big skies. You can stand atop Lakin Hill (1,661’) or Cherry Hill (1,826’) to take in billion-dollar views of Webb Lake and scores of high peaks that make up Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region, meander along multiple live water features, including Yeaton Brook and Bowley Brook, that account for approximately 10,000± feet of water frontage, or take in an unimpeded view of the cosmos under a pristine night sky. On this property, the opportunities are limited only by your imagination...this land has much to offer in the way of production and recreation!
As a long-term timber investment opportunity, this property is characterized by healthy specimens of sugar maple, birch, ash, and other hardwoods blanketing the property alongside softwood areas that are marbled with hemlock, pine, spruce, fur, and scattered cedar. While most of the property has been through well-planned harvests in the past 15 years, there are strategically distributed stands of trees in place for future cutting. These highly-stocked stands will provide excellent potential for asset appreciation from the timber resource.
On this land, you will have the chance to hunt everything from snowshoe hares to trophy bull moose. This tract’s sizable acreage, good timber, and natural sanctuaries, coupled with its forested riparian zones that provide some of the most food-rich grounds in the area, make it a sportsman’s paradise. Outside of hunting, you can jump on your ATV, UTV, snowmobile, horse, cross-country skis, or mountain bike and cruise the expansive network of logging roads that already exist on the property.
While this land offers you a place beyond the edge of the paved world, it is also conveniently located just 30 minutes from the full-service community of Farmington and only 1.5 hours from both Portland and Bangor. Land holdings of this size and nature are becoming harder and harder to find in Maine. Any discerning buyer will immediately notice that this land offers almost unlimited outdoor 3 pleasure, substantial investment potential, and an opportunity for conservation. Don’t miss your chance to own this beautiful working landscape, and to cement yourself in Maine’s storied forestland history!