Want to own one of the last large tracts of acreage available in the sought-after Two Lakes subdivision of Northfield, ME. If so, you are going to want to jump on this listing.
Three adjoining lots, totaling 20.4 secluded and private acres, make this property the largest tract of land in the 64-lot subdivision that has been up for sale in over 10 years. Located on the northeast side of Fulton Lake, lots 44 7.49 acres, 45 7.47 acres, and 46 5.44 acres sit on some of the highest elevated land in the area 300' and provide panoramic views of the waterfront and beyond.
With deeded right-of-way to Fulton Lake and Bog Lake, and access to private boat landings on both, the recreational, boating, and fishing opportunities are plentiful. Off the water, the property abuts 103 acres of forestland for exploring and provides easy access to hundreds of miles of trails used for Atv, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, etc.
This property can be conveyed to a grantee together as one deed. You can purchase all three lots and buy protection against anything that another buyer of that land might do with it, or you can purchase any one of the lots separately and still have plenty of room to spread out. No matter which way you cut it, the property's modest HOA fees are used to keep the subdivision's gravel road maintained year-round and to upkeep common recreational acreage for public use.
A quick 10-minute drive will get you to Machias where you can partake in the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival each August, tour the Fort O'Brien State Historic Site, eat some of your favorite Downeast fare at a Main Street restaurant, or stop into a variety of unique storefronts to do some antique and gift shopping.