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Owner Finance Terms$2,999 down 52 payments of $394/month for 52 months
ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES – RECREATION – HUNTING – SNOW MOBILE CAMPSITE! 5ac in Rockwood, ME – Seller FINANCING (No Credit Check) at $17,999 with Only $2,999 Down – BUY NOW for ONLY $14,999 CASH!!
This 5-acre property has no direct road access but has huge potential. It could be used for recreation, hunting or even a snow mobile campsite.
Rockwood is a village in Somerset County, Maine. The village is centered on the west side of Moosehead Lake, the largest body of fresh water in the state. Rockwood is an unincorporated community with a significant enough population base to have its own post office and telephone exchange, but it has never been organized as a plantation or incorporated as a town. It currently maintains a registrar and clerk but has never had a true organized municipal government. Its chief economic base is vacation destination and outdoor recreation. Rockwood is part of the township of Rockwood Strip (T1R1) located within the Northeast Somerset Unorganized Territory. Rockwood is a gateway to the north country and is located near Mount Kineo
Area attractions include Big Squaw Mountain Ski Area (17.9 miles) – in Greenville, ME. Opened in 1963, the ski area is located on the north side of Big Moose Mountain, overlooking Moosehead Lake. The resort features 2 chair lifts. It is mostly a community mountain for youth and families to ski and ride affordably, as well as learn to ski, ride and race.
Moosehead Marine Museum (22.6 miles) – The nonprofit Moosehead Marine Museum was originally founded in 1976. A year later, it acquired the Steamboat Katahdin as its star exhibit. In addition to the Katahdin, the Museum has an extensive collection of steamboat memorabilia, logging artifacts and early photographs of the Moosehead area. The Marine Museum is dedicated to preserving the glorious days of steam boating and the heritage of the Moosehead Lake Region. We welcome visitors from near and far to take a step back in time to experience the vibrant and intriguing marine history of the region.
Mount Kineo State Park (65.9 miles) – Mount Kineo has gentle slopes to the northwest and steep southeast faces shaped by a mile-thick ice sheet that moved across the region from northwest to southeast. The trails on Mount Kineo highlight the results of this glacial movement which occurred between 18,000 and 12,000 years ago.
Indian Trail (0.9 miles, moderate): climbs steeply along open ledge, making it the shortest but most strenuous route to the summit and fire tower. While more challenging, The Indian Trail also provides the best views of any trail.
Bridle Trail (1.1 miles, easy): is the original fire warden trail and provides a less steep route to the summit for hikers. It begins 0.3 miles along the Carriage Trail, traversing through stands of maple and birch before converging with the Indian Trail just shy of the summit.
Carriage Trail (2.2 miles, easy): parallels the west shore of the peninsula, following the waters of Moosehead Lake to Hardscrabble Point. The Carriage Trail then connects to the North Trail creating a perimeter hike of the peninsula.
North Trail (1.9 miles, moderate): offers a view of the eastern peninsula and when combined with the Carriage Trail, the longest hike to the summit of Mount Kineo. From Hardscrabble Point, the North Trail winds through the low-level mixed hardwood forest and then rises more steeply up Mount Kineo's southeastern cliffs.
Eventually, all trails lead to the summit, which has a converted fire tower, used until about 1960 by the Maine Forest Service. From the summit, hikers can indulge in 360-degree views: Little Kineo, Big and Little Spencer Mountains in the northeast; the Lily Bay Mountains in the southeast; Big Moose in the south; the peak of Coburn in the southwest and Boundary Bald Mountain in the west. Of course, all around Kineo is the magnificent expanse of Moosehead Lake.
In addition to the breathtaking views offered by the summit of Mount Kineo, the peninsula is permeated with historical and natural significance. The name Kineo derives from a Wabanaki warrior of legendary power, Kinneho. The geological attributes of Mount Kineo also provided utilitarian purposes for original inhabitants. Native Americans utilized the flint-like felsite and rhyolite from Mount Kineo to craft stone tools. Today Mount Kineo is peregrine falcon territory. After near extinction in the 1960s, the first wild pair of peregrine falcons returned to nest on the cliffs of Mount Kineo in 1987.
Mt. Kineo Golf Course (3.9 miles) – Mt Kineo Golf Course is located on Moosehead Lake and is thought to be the second oldest course in New England, built in the 1880's. The course was built along side of the Kineo House, which at one time was the largest inland waterfront hotel in America. The hotel is long since gone but the beauty of the island remains with Mount Kineo as the centerpiece, rising 1798 feet above the shores of Moosehead Lake from its summit. Each hole on this nine-hole course is a challenge and will test the clubs in your bag. The most scenic hole is the fourth, par 3, 138 yards, over water to a green nestled at the base of Mount Kineo.
Slate Restaurant (24.9 miles) – Located at the Blair Hill Inn and overlooking Maine’s largest glacier lake, Slate is one of only 2 Relais & Chateaux Restaurants in Maine. The renowned, gourmet restaurant serves a tasty farm-to-table menu inspired by seasonally available ingredients from their garden or one of many local farms. Their handsome wood-paneled cocktail lounge offers fine wines, custom seasonal cocktails and mocktails, and small bites.
Moxie Falls Trailhead (52.7 miles) – is one of Maine’s highest waterfalls, including single vertical drop of nearly 90 feet as well as other plunges and pools. A relatively easy walk of a little under one mile brings visitor down to this scenic destination.
Rockwood, ME is part of the Greenville Public School District. Public education is available K-12, all located at Greenville Consolidated School (22.2 miles). Greenville Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district with a student-teacher ratio of 8 to 1.
This 5-acre property is being offered with seller financing (no credit checks!) at $17,999 with only $2,999 down OR for $14,999 CASH.
The price is $17,999 if you need financing. The down payment required is $2,999 with:
52 payment option of $394 x 52 months
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