A waterfront land auction is scheduled for home sites located on Maine’s largest lake and popular recreation destination, Moosehead Lake. These land lots have water frontage and access to the beach and the lake from the Beaver Cove development on Burnt Jacket Mountain near Greenville. The online only auction is scheduled to start closing Wednesday, October 30th at 2PM EST. Bids for this land for sale will be accepted online at The 2 water front and 2 water access land lots offer luxurious living surrounded by the natural beauty of Maine.
This Maine auction for waterfront land and home sites for sale at Burnt Jacket Shores features 4 private land lots. Lot S7 is 3.48+/- acres and has 554+/- feet of water frontage on Moosehead Lake. Lot S8 is 2.23+/- acres and has 362 feet of water frontage on Moosehead Lake. Lot B4, located at the end of Ermine Lane is a 1.4+/- acre wooded lot and Lot B5 is a 1.51+/- acre wooded lot. All lots have access to a common area with beach and boat ramp.
Located in Beaver Cove, the community of Burnt Jacket Shores is the perfect place to enjoy nature while still being close to modern conveniences. It is 6 miles from Greenville Maine, 3.5 hours to Portland Maine and just an hour and a half from Bangor International Airport. Approximately 70% of the lake and shoreline is protected from future development making land ownership in this lakeside community not only a unique opportunity but also a sound investment. There are numerous outdoor activities for every level of nature enthusiast. Hiking trails lead through the mountains providing access to breathtaking views from mountain summits. Mountain biking, hunting, fishing and watersports are all available on Moosehead Lake!
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