This is a private semi-remote wilderness lot with views of the hills and mountains in Lakeville, Maine. The lot has not been timber harvested for many years and has some mature timber. The lot contains the headwaters of Dill Brook, a small wild brook trout stream.
Located only 1 mile off the asphalt road, the lot is easy to get to, but it does not lose the remote feel of property much deeper in the woods.
The acreage comes complete with access to four quality wilderness lakes and ponds. Taxes are so low here that the land is not in tree growth tax status and the bill is less than $70 per year.
This property is located on Dill Valley Road and is part of the Sysladobsis Realty Trust Lot Owners Association which maintains miles of road system accessing the members lands and the four lakes access points on Upper Sysladobsis, Upper and Lower Pug Lakes and Lombard Lake. The town of Lakeville is dotted with many lakes and ponds with rolling hills in between. It is a very scenic town with a year round population of about 100 people. The towns Yankee frugality has kept Lakeville one of Maines lowest taxed towns.
Nearby Lakeville is the Down East Lakes Land Trust with thousands of acres of conservation lands protected forever from development. The area has hundreds of miles of interconnected snowmobile trails and ATV trails both of which are accessible directly from the Dill Valley Road parcel.
Lakeville is located an easy day trip from Baxter State Park, Bar Harbor and DownEast Maine, and the Canadian Provence of New Brunswick.
From Bottle Lake Road turn West on Dill Valley Road. Property located 1.1+/- miles on left.
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