Are you searching for a lakefront lot that has a lot of privacy on a quiet pond yet only minutes from town, shopping, and services? Come take a look at this 1.62 +/- acre lot on Crooked Pond in Lincoln, Maine.
The first thing you notice about this lakefront lot are the towering old growth trees. The land gently slopes from the road to the lakeside. The geography of this property makes it feel much larger than the 1.62 +/- surveyed acres. Beginning on the upland edge of a riparian zone it extends from there to the open lake shore for a combined frontage on water of over 400 feet. Further enhancing the privacy of this land is the more than 400 feet of frontage on Ski Trail Road. Multiple locations on the property would be beautiful sites for your new camp, cabin or log home.
Crooked Pond is part of a chain of lakes in Lincoln includes Upper Pond, Folsom Pond and Mattanawcook Pond. Folsom and Crooked are connected by a navigable channel with the other two ponds connected by streams. Crooked Pond has a surface area of 220 +/- acres and a maximum depth of 30 feet. It is a very scenic pond surrounded by nearby hills. Some know that this is a terrific pond for fishing for smallmouth and largemouth bass, but the extra-large white perch and plentiful chain pickerel are not as well known. This is a perfect place for getting young children interested in fishing because of the variety and quantity of fish and at the same time challenge the experienced angler chasing trophy bass.
Lincoln, Maine is the primary service town in northern Penobscot County. The towns land area is nearly twice the size of the county’s largest city of Bangor but with less than 1/6th the population. The majority of the town is undeveloped forest. The village area and vibrant Main Street have a variety of shopping from food to fashion, medical service providers, a hospital, car dealers, large box stores, building materials. Maintained snowmobile and ATV trails, yearly festivals, races, and other cultural events combined with 13 lakes and the Penobscot River are the reason Lincoln says “Come for the lakes, stay for the lifestyle”.
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