Listed by Fountains Land Inc.
A coastal Maine property with Route 1 frontage, long-term timber potential and brook and pond frontage. The forest is in the small town of Steuben, known for its iconic rocky coastline in the form of two peninsulas. The property is accessed by frontage on US Route 1 and a gravel road that provides complete interior access. Whitten Parritt stream, a winding fresh water stream flows from north to south along the western boundary. The small pond at parcel center is the creation of an active beaver population. The topography is near flat to gently rolling with well-drained, gravelly soils throughout the majority of the tract. The forest exhibits good aesthetics and the road and trail network offer excellent mobility for a host of recreational activities including hunting, trail-riding and cross-country skiing. The forest supports a mixed species composition of balsam fir and red spruce, followed by white pine and northern hardwoods. A timber harvest conducted over 20 years ago left a predominantly pole-sized diameter class. The forest has good potential for long-term timber management.