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72.5 Acre Aroostook County Land for Sale in Maine

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Caribou, Maine
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Title:Warranty Deed
Listing ID:LC-1507-028149
Parcel Number:B4113P335
Legal Description:Book/Page B4113P335, 016-019
Location:off of Thomas Rd, Caribou, ME 4736
Lot Size:72.5 Acres
Utilities:Please contact County Assessor
72.5 acres Caribou, Maine. Just outside of the City of Caribou, near golf course. About 70 acres have merchantable trees which could be readily harvested. This property is minutes from downtown Caribou, perfectly located off of a major road, Route 161, New Sweden Road, which becomes Sweden Street as it enters the town of over 8,000 merely 6 miles away. You are afforded total serenity and privacy with a maximum of convenience. The real beauty of the land is the location and the ability of the land to be a private homestead, family farm, horse farm, cattle raising ranch, etc. Students who live in this land at Thomas Road Off New Sweden Road Route 161 attend Caribou School Department District (Unified School District) public schools. Aroostook, the state’s largest and northernmost county, is known to Mainers simply as The County. With more than 2,000 lakes, streams and ponds, the vast unspoiled Allagash Wilderness Waterway and the mighty St. John River, Aroostook is a recreational paradise. It’s also home to a diverse mix of welcoming cultures and communities, inviting you to discover the proud “Crown of Maine” Maine’s “Million Dollar View” between Danforth and Orient, affords breathtaking views of Peek-a-boo Mountain and Mt. Katahdin to the west, and magnificent lakes to the east. Aroostook State Park, Maine’s first state park, has everything: hiking on Quaggy Jo Mountain, trout fishing in Echo Lake, access to groomed trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, four-season camping and more. The County offers 2,300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and 1,200 miles of contiguous ATV trails with lodging and dining establishments along the way.
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