Welcome to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own over 1,000 acres of Maine land, including a remarkable 8,000 feet of lake frontage. This property, located in T2 R4 WELS, offers a rare chance for savvy investors to explore a multitude of possibilities.
As you contemplate the possibilities of this investment, remember that unlike traditional financial assets, you can physically stand on this one. While its value appreciates, you can indulge in the simple pleasures of the great outdoors, making this investment truly unique, one you could be proud to hand down to the next generation.
Land Features The standout feature is the impressive 8,000± feet of lake frontage on Wytopitlock Lake, a remote lake covering 1,152 acres with depths to 24 feet. The lake, with minimal development, is a unique setting for various water sport activities. Fish for trophy smallmouth bass, put the kids in the boat for a perch fishing outing and bring back a bucketful of these tasty fillets for dinner. Power boat the open basin or paddle in privacy along the quiet shores. The water is clean and clear to go for a swim on a hot summer day.
For a woodsier riparian experience you can explore Braley Brook, with its two branches meandering through the property for over 7,000 feet. Here you will find fast moving waters shaded by the forest canopy interspersed with flat waters rimmed with open wetland habitat that attracts moose, deer, water fowl and a multitude of other wildlife.
The property spans elevations from 470 to 600 feet above sea level, featuring three ridges running from northwest to southeast with brooks flowing between them. With 75% of the soil classified as Howland gravelly loam or Thorndike channery silt loam by the NRCS, this property is exceptional for timber growth and potentially agricultural ventures in the less rocky and steep areas.
Navigating the property is made easy with 3 ½ miles of interior roads and trails, allowing for convenient access to much of the land. The roads and trails are perfect for recreational activities, including hunting, hiking, ATVing, snowmobiling and horseback riding. The timber breakdown consists of approximately 1/3 softwood and 2/3 mixed hardwood and softwood timber stands. This is a diversified asset for commercial timber growth.
Location - T2 R4 WELS This unorganized township located in southeastern Aroostook County offers a peaceful escape, with only a few seasonal cabins dotting the landscape. This remote area with little to no population requires few services. Managed and taxed directly by the State of Maine, the state assessor currently levies a reasonable $7± per $1,000 of assessed value.
The property lies 35 miles south of Houlton, a bustling border town with New Brunswick, Canada, with services, shopping, and a hospital. 43 miles south you will find the northern Penobscot County hub of Lincoln, providing similar amenities. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is 90 miles to the south, while Boston is just 325 miles, a 5 hour 20 minute drive.
Do not miss out on this extraordinary chance to own a piece of the Maine Woods – this one is for nature enthusiasts and astute investors alike. Call today for a complete property information package and let us schedule a tour today.