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Farm, Timber, and Homesteading Land for Sale in Patten, ME

$ 125,000
Lots 6+10C Aroostook Scenic Highway, ,
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End your search for a quality parcel of Maine land at this 148± acres in Patten, Maine. The land has about 44± acres in fields and the remaining land is timberland. All of this is set at the doorstep of Mt Katahdin.

The property is a corner lot on both Aroostook Scenic Highway and Crystal Brook Road with about 1± mile frontage combined on both roads. The land is moderately sloping with elevations from 600 to 700± feet. The soils per NRCS are silty and gravelly loams, most of which are considered good for farming. The forest on the property is well wooded with the majority of the acres consisting of mixed wood timber.

The frontage along Aroostook Scenic Highway overlooks the 44± acres of rolling fields. These are ideal for crops and grazing lands. A branch of Webster Brook passes southeast across the fields for irrigation if needed. Homestead potential is written all over this property. The long road frontage and topography of the land would make it easy to divide for family or resale of lots for a return on investment.

If you love the outdoors and have been looking for a place to set some roots, this is the region of Maine for you. Patten is a small town in northern Penobscot County and is the last service town before you set off into the north entrance of Baxter State Park and Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Hunt the big woods for ruffed grouse, whitetail deer, moose, and black bear. Fish for wild trout and land-locked salmon in the wilderness ponds, lakes, and rivers. Hike a mountain trail and the international Appalachian trail. ATV and snowmobile on some of the northeast’s most scenic trails. All this and more can be enjoyed in the area in and around Patten.

Patten is a small town with a population of approximately 1,000 people. It is rural but has a grocery store, hardware store, a couple restaurants, two health clinics, other stores, and the Lumberman's Museum. Located about 10± miles off I-95, this town enjoys a peacefulness not found in many areas of the country today.

If you are going to build a new home or cabin, do it on quality land. Call today for a property information package or to schedule a time to see it.

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Fields with good soils
Electric available at street
Near Baxter State Park
Near Katahdin Woods Monument
Recreation trails
Homestead potential
Mountain views