115 +/- acres of forestland with frontage on two lakes just outside the city of Bangor, Maine. Imagine the possibilities of a large tract of land fronting two uniquely different lakes. Develop it, keep it a private kingdom property, conserve it…what would you do?
LAND AND LOCATION
Location is key to the unique value of this land. A rural and remote setting, only 7 miles from Bangor. You're securely hidden from the world on this property because of the distance from nearest public road and with Maine Audubon abutting the property on the north with a 229 acre wildlife sanctuary and a walking trail system.
The lot is a westerly facing hillside with elevations at the lakeshore just over 100 feet then climbing to a level hilltop near the eastern boundary at about 420 feet. You get the picture that this property has incredible views with potential for much more.The land has a mixture of large oak and softwoods along the shores of the lakes.
The property has two access easements. One from Orrington and one from Holden. The Orrington easement crosses the dam on the stream between the two lakes. The other easement is a newly constructed road nearly one mile in from Copeland Hill Road in Holden.
We named this tract “The Land Between the Lakes” because of its frontage on Fields Pond and Brewer Lake with water frontage of 1,765 and 1,250 +/- feet respectively.
Fields Pond is a lightly developed 182+/- acre pond with depths up to 31 feet. This is considered a warm water fishery. The cooperative perch and pickerel in this pond make it the perfect place to take kids fishing. The smaller size of this pond is ideal for the paddler of canoes and kayaks. Most of the dry frontage on this pond is owned by this property of Maine Audubon.
Brewer Lake is a much larger water body at 881 +/- acres. The water quality and depth of 48 +/- feet it sustains both warm water and a landlocked salmon fishery. A good quality boat landing on this lake can support larger watercraft for recreation.
Orrington is located in central Penobscot County near its boundary with Hancock County. Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park are located only 40 +/- miles east of the land. The two cities of Bangor and Brewer have all the services and shopping you could want. One of the state's largest hospitals, a new civic center, casino, hundreds of local eateries, dozens of nearby lakes and ponds, golf courses, the Penobscot River and more.
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1,250’+/- Frontage Brewer Lake
1,765’+/- Frontage Fields Pond
115 +/- Acres of Timberland
Nearby Bangor Maine