Here is your opportunity to purchase investment land in one of the most scenic and rural areas of southwestern Maine.
Otisfield is a quiet town with beautiful lakes, ponds and rivers, yet it is less than an hours drive to downtown Portland, Maine.
At this price you could forget about the development potential and build your dream home here. This is the perfect chance to provide a family legacy of affordable building lots for the next generation and a renewable timber investment that can provide predictable long term income. Call today before it is gone.
One of the finest qualities of Otisfield is the numerous scenic views contributing to the visual character of Otisfield. There are many hills, blueberry fields and valleys offering views of fall foliage, the White Mountains, and the Oxford Hills. Otisfields lakes and rivers rank amongst the cleanest in the State of Maine.
Thompson Lake, our largest lake covering 47.4 square miles or 30,336 acres is bordered also by Oxford, Poland and Casco. Boasting excellent water quality Thompson Lake supports salmon, togue, smelt, small and large mouth bass, cusk and pickerel. Otisfields residents may use the public boat launch located on State Route 121 in Oxford. Along the northeastern shore in Otisfield Cove there is a small area suitable for boat launching. An easement over a small piece of land, provides Otisfield Residents with access to the Lake. There are only 3 (three) parking spaces at the site. In many Maine towns, there are certain areas which are either not publicly owned and not publicly maintained which provide recreation opportunities for its residents. This is the one of those areas.
Pleasant Lake covering nearly 6,300 acres is home to Otisfields beach and drive in boat launch. It is monitored for warm and cold water fish including salmon, brook trout, small mouth bass, perch and pickerel. Maintained, and cleaned seasonally, Pleasant Lake Beach is truly a gem.
Sams Landing on Saturday Pond is approximately 1,050 acres in size, has a hand boat launch, and features a rustic swimming hole and picnic area. Jet Skis are banned on Saturday Pond.
Moose Pond supports warm water species of fish such as bass, pickerel and perch, has hand carry access also with the Jet Ski ban and 5 horse power limits due to its small size of approximately 1,037 acres.
The Crooked River makes up Otisfields entire western boundary which is shared with the Town of Harrison. Rated as a Class A river because of its value as a fishery and recreational resource, Crooked River remains relatively undeveloped which adds greatly to its aesthetic and recreational value.
All Otisfields lakes and ponds are closely monitored for milfoil and all invasive aquatic plant life. Pleasant Lake Beach and Sams landing require an Otisfield property owner sticker for admittance.
The above information was taken from the web site for the town of Otisfield.
From Rt 121, turn on Powhatan Rd about 1/4 mile access road(Nutting Loop Road- no sign) is on left at edge of field.
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