Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, just 7 miles off the NY State Thruway. This old farm is only 18 miles south of Albany and less than 2 hours from the GW Bridge, these properties are priced at 50% BELOW MARKET. The completely wooded parcel has the most amazing building...
Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
Pride of ownership is clear in this beautiful turn of the century home. Hard wood floors throughout this home add to the cozy feeling of the grand fireplace for those chilly winter nights. When spring comes you will enjoy the beautiful landscaping and gazebo for peaceful rel...
Based on recent internal data, the average price of ranches for sale in Hancock County ($757,081) was more than the statewide average for Maine ranches for sale. The average size of ranches for sale in Hancock County (768 acres) was also bigger than the state average for Maine ranches for sale. Browse all Hancock County ranches for sale on Lands of America to find the ranch that's right for your business or commercial needs, from the sprawling legacy ranch to unbelievable residential ranch for your second home, investment property or retirement nest egg.
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Traveling east on US Route 9 in Hancock County you turn into a scenic rest stop to stretch your legs. Before you an amazing vista with rivers, forest and mountain views expand out from the road to the horizon. Imagine if you could own all of what you see, well you can. The Whales Back is one of eastern Maine's most recognized natural features and a timber investment opportunity that is much more than just timber.
The surveyed 4,770 +/- acre parcel with timber cruise estimates of over 55,000 cords has 4 +/- miles of paved road frontage on Route 9 and boasts 10 +/- miles of interior gravel roads and trails providing access for forestry, recreation and future development purposes. Soils on the property contain a lot of sand and gravel useful
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Dutton Pond Forest, an exceptional opportunity as a long term investment with over 2700 acres plus abuts over 4900 acres of Amherst Mountain Maine Public Reserved Lands. Offering close to two miles of frontage on the West Branch of the Union River, a spectacular river offering different levels of canoeing, kayaking, plus fishing. The land offers several brooks and streams for fishing plus Dutton Pond that is over 22 acres with 35-40’ of spring fed waters for the elusive native brook trout and 5500’ of shoreline. Good graveled interior roads with breathtaking views of the hills, valleys, vistas, and mountains of Hancock and surrounding counties. A natural wildlife habitat with the forest in a regeneration stage after a harvest two to three y
Deb Henderson, Jim St. Laurent, Mike ColeMaine Outdoor Properties @ Realty of Maine
PRICE REDUCED BY $20,000!. SELLER IS MOTIVATED. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS PLACE, IT IS WORTH YOUR TIME! This island gem is located 60 miles northeast of Bangor on the pristine and forever wild Nicatous Lake. The dwellings were built in the 1920s and have been lovingly restored with modern amenities.
The family style compound includes a main house with a master bedroom, bathroom, living room with a fieldstone fireplace, and a large deck overlooking the beach. In addition, there are four separate guest cottages. There is also a custom designed kitchen and great room with a wrap-around deck.
This island is self-sufficient with generator cabin, running water, and comes fully furnished. There are canoes, boats, furniture, cook stoves, two propane refr
Rare private retreat, farm, family compound, recreation, conservation or development property just a short drive from Bangor, airport, and I-95. Energy-efficient Scandanavian-style home on 134 acres. Gorgeous fields, gardens, and a mature forest of towering pines, spruce and oak threaded by trails for hiking, horseback riding, skiing, and hunting.
When Solhaugen Farm's ("Sunny Hill" in Norwegian) current owner purchased this property in 1990, there was little trace of the farm that had occupied the land perhaps a century ago. They designed their new home in the Scandanavian style emphasizing functionality, simplicity, calm, neutral colors, and abundant natural light with a deliberate interplay between indoor and outdoor spaces; there is