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3.15 acres in Aroostook County, Maine

B Road, Houlton , Maine 04730 - Aroostook County
$20,400 3.15 Acres
Property ID 1049505


Land In Maine, Over 3 Acres, Surveyed And Short Distance From Town, Shopping, Hospital.

Ideal Soil Because It Is A Former Farm Field Known For Famous Maine Potato Growing Soil. Have A Pond. Build New, What You Want That Is Efficient And Just The Way You Have Dreamed About. High And Dry. Big View. In Rural Farmstead Area For Feeling Of Spaciousness.

Frontage Is 360' And Lot Lines Clearly Obvious With Pinned Corners Marked For Even The Three Blind Mile With White Canes To See. Warranty Deed, Squeaky Clean Title. Owner Will Consider Carrying First Mortgage To Qualified Buyer. Build Anything In Excess of 1400 Square Feet, Not Putting In A Double Wide Or Trailer.

Minutes To Cary Lake And Many Others. B Stream Is So Close And a Super Spot To Catch Your Supper. Preliminary Soil Test Done. Easy Lot Of Country Maine Land To Build On. Then Plant Trees, Landscape After The Structure Is In!

Maine Land, Not Making Any More Of It So Get Your Piece Of ME. Ask Lots Of Questions About The Local Northern Maine Area, The Town Of Houlton Maine And Aroostook County. Snowsled ITS Trail Across Road, Use Your ATV Four Wheeler Here.

When Can You Walk It?


Head North On I-95, Exit 302 To Houlton, Maine. Turn Right Onto US Route 1, In .4 Mile, On Left Is Destination At 69 North Street.

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