Courtesy of: United Country Lifestyle Properties Of Maine
Address: PO6-16B Route 11
City: Mount Chase
Property Taxes: $1,000
Tax Year: 2021
This is the Maine land you are looking for when not just any hundred acres will do. This land is comprised of nearly 38 acres of fields with quality farming soils surrounded by mountain views, 71 +/- acres of managed forest land, paved road frontage plus private road access and affordable property taxes. All this is located in one of the most scenic and pristine regions of the state.Mount Chase is located on the northeast quadrant of Penobscot County where it borders Aroostook County. About 200 people call Mount Chase home. Baxter State Park, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, and Upper and Lower Shin Ponds are the most notable destinations in the region surrounding Mount Chase, however there is much more to discover; thousands of acres of undeveloped forest, hundreds of nearby wild brook trout ponds, beautiful streams and rivers, small friendly communities and family-owned farms.The 109 +/- acres has about 38 acres of fields along its northern and western boundaries. From these fields there are amazing views of Mount Katahdin and the northern Appalachian mountains. NRCS soil data indicates the fields consist of Thorndike channery silt loams and Dixmont silt loams both rated for intense farming. The only farming that has been done on the land since our client has owned it is hay. The land is suitable for other crops and would be a perfect place for a farming and homesteading. The forest on the property had commercial thinning over the past few years. The timber stands are mostly softwoods and mixed wood. All the forested land is in the tree growth tax program and taxes are less than The property fronts along Aroostook Scenic Highway for about 800 feet. The frontage along this section of road rises quickly from about 800 to its highpoint of 920 FASL. To make access to the property easier the deed also includes a right of way over and existing road that includes the right to extend utilities onto the land.