Maine Real Estate For Sale !


Farms For Sale With Waterfront Acreage In Northern Maine, Just Happen To Have One, Two, Three In Mind.

Suffocating in the city, with wall to wall people and longing, aching, thirsty, hungering for some Maine real estate, with farmland, wooded acreages and all on water, a river or lake or pond would be fine.

maine farm in linneus me Is that what the voice in your head, the face in the mirror is after, searching for in the Maine mls listings? Hear you, on it, try this Linneus Maine farm house with outbuildings, 88 acres of land for sale. Like what you see for Maine farm photos, images?

You're going to learn even more, see the whole shooting match in the Maine farm video from Mooers Realty's Andrew Mooers. $289,500 gets you the whole farm, home, indoor riding arena barn, tractor and machine sheds on 35 Bates Hill Road, Linneus Maine. See the place with the magic of video right now, get in this Victorian Maine home, thru the buildings, around the land with a major Aroostook County view thrown in to the sale for good measure. To add to the sizzle, the spark of this farm near Drews Lake, other water bodies to play, enjoy, get on for recreation from fishing, boating, swimming or sailing.

And while you are thinking buying a Maine farm, checking out homes with land in Aroostook County, how maine farm for sale surveyabout this Monteith Road, Bridgewater Maine listing with 214 acres for sale?

The map to the left shows you the waterfront, the ratio of Maine fields to timber, wooded acreage too. The layout is key. There is quality Maine wooded sections to carefully harvest. The wildlife in those woods around all that water is your HBO, entertainment, Disney fireworks. Buy the farm with land, barn, potato house, simple ranch all on a dead end road practically on the Canadian - US border. Plant the fields, raise critters in the open land.

     Be happy here playing hobby or commercial farmer. And think children, your kids that all will want, need a piece of Maine land to call their own. Way way better investment than stocks that evaporate over night in value or are skiddish, temperamental and putting you on thin ice, causing sleepless nights. $224,900 buys the Maine farm. Watch the video that goes with this aerial survey green image above right now.

     Or one more from the Maine property box of chocolates. Just 12 acres this time with 1500' on the B Road ludlow maine aroostook county homein Ludlow Maine. This home is a one owner, stick built carefuly, with hardwood floors, rec room that is skylighted to finish off to your taste.

     And there is a double garage with power doors for puttering, or to work and make a living in Maine out of. $159,900 buys it. See it now, the video. Not quite on B Stream but could hit it with a rock, awfully handy.

Maine farms, houses and homes with land. Many with Maine waterfront features to try on, consider. Maine, get here quick as you can. See what you have been missing. Check out the low priced properties, videos, details and get on our not designed to bug you but keep you informed emailing, snail mail list. Here are the videos to watch the above Maine farm properties below all locked, loaded, ready to tap and watch.

Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers

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