Created on Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Updated on Wednesday, August 22, 2018
by Land Century
We have an exciting opportunity to own land near Eagle Lake, Maine. 108 acres parcel of beautiful, untouched stretch of natural forest is located in New Canada, Maine near Eagle Lake. Here you can live in peaceful tranquility in one of the cleanest, clearest, safest areas of the country, less than an hour's drive from the border crossing into Canada. This property is perfect for anything from a country home, recreational activity or even just as a stable investment to add to your portfolio.
Eagle Lake, which is 18 miles long, serves as the centerpiece of the 23,000-acre Eagle Lake Public Reserved Land in Aroostook County. Eagle Lake is at the southern end of the Fish River Chain of five lakes stretching to Long Lake in St. Agatha. You can fish for landlocked salmon, brook trout and lake trout. You can camp at this secluded site and enjoy hiking, hunting, ATV riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in January.
The lot we offer is 108 acres with direct road access. Address for the property is 981 Sly Brook Road, Eagle Lake, ME 04739.
This is a beautiful, gently rolling farm located off of the county maintained and paved Sky Brook Lane in New Canada and Wallagrass. The former potato farm is currently vacant but under a woodland management plan. The property us mostly wooded. Electricity is available to site along the property frontage on Sky Brook Lane. The land has many active and passes uses, would make a great get away or vacation home in this four season resort. May be used for farming, camping and limited housing. A beautiful property located close to county services, shopping, the hospital and associated outpatient medical facilities and the local, county and state schools. Country living at its best with very low crime rates. Very close to the Canada border.
We offer several financing terms. Please contact us directly at 678-975-4899 for more information.
Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of the high country!
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