18 acres of solitude, yet only minutes to all the amenities of Belfast, Camden, and the famous Lincolnville Center Store. This tranquil land has well-defined borders: 238 feet of frontage on trout-filled Kendall Brook; a 1298-foot stone wall; 1082 feet of publicly maintained road frontage; and 1390 feet of brook frontage which borders conservation land. A 350-foot-plus driveway is nicely situated and leads to a cleared house site on a southerly-exposed berm suitable for a daylight basement. Soil tests and septic design are complete for a 3-bedroom home. Potential exists for views of the Camden Hills. Power is at the street and there are water glimpses of Pitcher Pond from the property. This area is a wildlife and recreational haven with literally thousands of acres of conservation land within a two mile radius. Follow your well-established trail to Kendall Brook, search for fossils as you walk all the way to the Ducktrap River, climb Ducktrap Mountain for views of Penobscot Bay, paddle the waters between Pitcher and Knights Ponds (keep a keen eye out for rare Dragon's Mouth Orchids and Carnivorous Pitcher Plants), or follow the trail that connects North and South Cobbtown Roads as you walk all the way to Penobscot Bay for a swim at the mouth of the Ducktrap River. This outdoor oasis can be your new home, playground, or family compound. Lincolnville's comprehensive plan allows for immediate division into multiple lots.