Maine Farm Land for Sale in Cyr Plantation
Acadian Highlands Farm is a 315+- acre land parcel located in northern Aroostook County. The parcel is located in an area of the state of Maine known as the St. John Valley. From the height of the sloped farm fields you can see across the St. John River into Canada, which is just five miles from the property. The cleared farm fields have been planted with traditional Maine crops like potatoes, oats and beets. There is a farmer currently leasing the fields, and that relationship could be continued. This large contiguous parcel has frontage on U.S. Route 1, making it readily accessible and electric power readily available.
The sloping farm fields and mixed growth forest lands may be an ideal location for a permacultural designed home site and farm. The sloped land, 360 degree views, rich farm soils, and abundant rainfall provide a solid basis upon which to design and build your new Permaculture farm home. There is power at the street, or you could opt for an off-grid, and sustainable home and utilize the southern views for a solar powered and heated home. The size of the parcel and quality of the land provide an opportunity to build a sustainable home and farm.
Acadian Highlands Farm has nearly 1700 feet of the spring fed headwaters of Hammond Brook running through it. Early summer is the time to explore its clear riffles and beaver ponds for brook trout. The cool and shadowy forest areas surrounding the open farm fields are home to deer, moose, grouse and more. Tracts of land like this are increasingly difficult to find. Don’t wait too long and miss out on the opportunity to own Acadian Highlands Farm. Call today!
About Cyr Plantation – Cyr Plantation is located in northern Aroostook County near the border crossing community of Van Buren. The population of this lightly populated area was 117 in 2010. The area is farm and forest land, with a rich Acadian heritage. The area is blessed with four seasons to enjoy. Winter is the longest season so winter sports and recreation make this a destination for snow mobile enthusiasts as well as dog team racers and biathletes.
Spring, summer and fall are especially beautiful times to live in northern Aroostook County. The numerous lakes, rivers, streams and ponds are frequently visited by fishing enthusiasts in pursuit of Maine’s cold water species of salmon and trout. The waters of the St. John River have a growing population of muskellunge, and the annual Musky Derby in nearby Fort Kent has fisherman from across the country competing for tens of thousands of dollars in prizes for winning anglers.
ATV enthusiasts have a vast trail network throughout Aroostook County to explore. Most of the communities in this area have made allowances to welcome riders into the business areas to reach dining, fuel and other businesses. The vast tracts of timberland, farm fields, rolling hills and breathtaking vistas are waiting for you to come and explore. Hunting for large whitetail bucks and numerous grouse in countless covers can fill your autumn calendar.
Shopping opportunities are available on both sides of the border. Nearby Presque Isle has its Aroostook Centre Mall and across the border in Edmunston, NB Canada you can find the Madawaska Centre. Healthcare is found at the Aroostook Medical Center in Presque Isle as well as the Northern Maine Medical Center in Fort Kent. Higher education is available at the University of Maine campuses in both Presque Isle and Fort Kent. Come home to Cyr Plantation where you can live, work, learn and play
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