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This cozy retreat is a beautifully remodeled barn that has the original post and beam structure as a backdrop to open concept relaxation. Minutes from the Schoodic Peninsula section of Acadia National Park with outstanding hiking, kayaking, and ocean views. Located on a very quiet road between US Route 1 and the quaint coas...

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Your chance to own 189 wooded acres and 3,200 feet along both sides of the scenic Piscataquis River, in the small Maine town of Monson. Come discover breathtaking views of area mountain ranges, and if outdoor recreation is what you like most, there's not a better place to set up camp. Old gravel woods roads make crisscrossi...

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Approximately 33 acres with frontage on the North Branch of the Dead River. Good road frontage, accessible year-round, power at the street. Close to Sugarloaf Mountain which offers great skiing and an 18-hole golf course. You can do it all here... fish, hunt, snowmobile, ATV, hike or relax....

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Unbelievable opportunity to own 1,816 acres and nearly a mile and a half of pristine shoreline on legendary Moxie Pond in Bald Mountain Township, Maine. For generations, big city outdoorsman traveled by train from New York and Boston to wet a line and fish these crystal clear waters for native brook trout and landlocked sal...

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538 wooded acres and frontage on half of 81-acre Supply Pond in the Town of Moose River, Maine. Known for its outdoor recreation, The Moose River area and Jackman have some of the finest snowmobile trails in the state, and some of the largest white tail deer for the hunting enthusiasts. Located less than a half hour from t...

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Great access to this wilderness parcel of approximately 123 acres with long road frontage on a seasonal gravel road and some year-round road frontage as well. Power is not far away. Great ATV trails and snowmobiling, but the area is best known for its whitetail deer hunting....

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Approximately 8.35 acres of park like land with good road frontage and utilities. Access to snowmobile trails from the property, no need to trailer them anymore. Only 15 minutes to Interstate 95....

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Here is acreage for the ATV enthusiast. This 212-acre parcel has year-round access, a small creek, and a designated ATV trail with an organized ATV club already maintaining trails in the area. Located in Central Maine, so come take a look!...

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Corner lot of approximately 26 acres with utilities available at the street. Located on U.S. Route 201 making it accessible year-round. Great area for a new home or seasonal residence. Not far from Sugarloaf USA and great snowmobile and ATV trails....

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Privacy, views, fields, and forest offer the peacefulness of owning 75 acres conveniently located within 20 minutes of the full service community of Bucksport. Easy commute to Bangor, Brewer, Bucksport, or Ellsworth. Fertile fields, blueberries, abundant wildlife, and a healthy forest. A natural environment for wildlife, se...

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Peaceful and private country home with one level living yet close to all amenities with direct access to recreational trails including several lakes and ponds to choose from for outdoor adventures year round. Well maintained three bedroom, two bath home with open concept kitchen, dining, and living room. Spacious four seaso...

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Country living with acreage, views, and plenty of room to roam. One owner property with Yankee ingenuity taking advantage of the living space with creative ways to use areas in the home for lifestyle comforts. One level living with a spacious kitchen, butcher block counter tops, unique hanging pot rack, pantry shelving, and...

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Steeped with history in the legendary sporting traditions, The Pines Lodge & Camps has served sportsman, families, & vacationers since 1884. The lodge known as “The Norway House” with lodge rooms & five comfortable rustic cabins. The main land parcel offers almost 8 acres with over 1600’ of lake frontage. The American...

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Two bedroom unfinished camp with full basement and drilled well on 23 acres. Features 1750' of frontage on Davis Brook/Poverty Stream. Drilled well & driveway in. Imagine the possibilities!...

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This charming and immaculate 2 bedroom log-sided home features open floor plan, pine flooring throughout, Waterford cookstove and lots of natural light. Situated on 2 acres with a circular driveway, open field and detached garage with storage above. You won't want to miss this one....

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This is a must see for the outdoor enthusiast! Situated on 2 acres with a stocked trout pond and just steps to Lower Wilson Pond. Snowmobile trail abuts property and ATV trail is just down the road. Immaculate 2+ bedroom home features open floor plan, finished daylight walkout basement with bathroom ideal for guests. Finish...

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Beautiful contemporary home with guest cabin offering spectacular mountain & distant lake views, privacy, recreational activities and so much more all on 105 acres. This family compound offers 2 garages, 910 sq. ft. log sided guest cabin, 5 room, 2 bdrm, 1 bath in-law suite, and a 7 room, 3 bdrm, 2 bath main level. The 105 ...

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42 acre parcel with a bunk house and dug well. Stay in the bunk house while you build your dream home. Breathtaking views of Wyman Lake. 2 cleared acres for building, driveway is in and power is at site. Hook up water and stay in the bunk house while you build your getaway on this gorgeous parcel. Enjoy spectacular views of...

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East Grand Lake legendary fishery offering over 16,000 acres of spring fed waters with a maximum depth of 128 feet. It is home to brown trout, brook trout, salmon, togue, smelts, small mouth bass, perch, white fish, and pickerel. A meticulous cottage offering four to five bedrooms for friends and family. Low maintenance wit...

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Legendary Long Lake Camps has been well established since its original construction around 1945 with guides pulling their canoes across the log jams to reach the shore. Many years of history, memories, and laughter have created this one of a kind sporting facility located in the Grand Lake Stream Region.   Located on a ...

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Maine Land for Sale

Maine. To some, it is the most beautiful state in the country; certainly to those who live there, and also to the many who have visited there. With its rugged coastline and forests of white pine, beech, birch, and sugar maples this northeastern state has a lot to offer. It's located next to New Brunswick and Quebec, along the Canadian border.

Forests, Seafood, and Agriculture

It is known as the Pine Tree State, but actually, Maine is home to 14 native conifers and 52 native leaf trees. The lumber industry has been an important part of Maine's economy throughout its history even before earning its statehood in 1820. Nearly 90% of its land contributes to the forest industry, with more than 90% of that land being privately owned. Forest products make up about 27% of the state's exports.

Maine is also known for offering the finest lobster, and it has the largest catch rate within the country. Other seafood is caught and exported from the state, and it is also known for Atlantic salmon farming, another important part of its economy.

Spuds are Maine's largest agricultural crop. Apples are its most important fruit crop, although its production of wild blueberries is also well known. Maine also plays a part with other berry production including cranberries, strawberries, and raspberries. Furthermore, the harvesting of maple syrup and production of a variety of products from it is something else the state is famous for, making up about 15% of the state's agricultural-related income.

Along with aquaculture of Maine's salmon farms, other leading livestock production include eggs and milk. Cattle, calves, and hogs are also raised here, along with some sheep and turkeys.

Of the state's 8,000+ farms, the average size is between 150-200 acres. There is a total of 1.35 million acres of farmland here, with some of that land for sale. Maine has a strong farm bureau, with the motto, "Working for You." It is devoted to helping the state's farmers through education and legislative support.

Educational Centers and Cities

Speaking of education, the University of Maine is located in Orono along Interstate 2, between the Penobscot and Stillwater rivers, north of Bangor. Its 11,000+ student body are engaged in the colleges of Natural Science, Forestry, and Agriculture, Engineering, Education and Human Development, and Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Other colleges and universities in the state include the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Husson University in Bangor, Bowdoin College in Brunswick, and Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, to name a few.

Maine does not have a large population. It ranks as the ninth least populous state in the country. Its largest city is Portland with 67,000, followed by Lewiston and Bangor, with approximately 36,000 and 33,000 respectively. Augusta, the state capital, has little more than 19,000 residents.

While the population of Portland sounds small, its greater metropolitan area is actually home to more than ½ million people. It is the economic center of the state, relying heavily on the service industry and tourism. Here there is an active waterfront with commercial fishing and shipping.

Interesting Facts

Despite its small size, Bangor has an international airport. Its most notorious citizen is Stephen King, who was born in Maine. Author Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and poet Edna St. Vincent Millay were also from Maine.

Some other Maine interesting facts include:
  • Maine has 3,166 offshore islands.
  • The state has 32,000 miles of riverways and more than 6,000 lakes and ponds.
  • While it's known as The Pine Street State, its second nickname is Vacationland.
  • Maine has 67 lighthouses.
  • It produces 90% of the U.S.'s toothpicks.

Maine encompasses some 23 million acres of land, and there's quite a bit of that land for sale. From ocean-front lots to forests, farms and ranches to hunting land, affordable properties are available throughout the state. To share your property listings with one of the most searched land sites in the U.S., join the Land Broker MLS co-op today.