Maine Real Estate For Sale !


Land With Water Frontage In Maine For Sale, Everyone Wants Something With Water.

Land in Maine is cheap, low cost but when you add a waterfront element, the price goes up depending on the size of the ME lake, river, pond, ocean or whatever the property borders.

maine moose bathing

Remember that many ME  land properties are near those same lakes, streams, etc and that there are 6000 lakes along in Maine to enjoy.

Any Maine lake over twenty acres has a public landing in theory.

Some ME lakes are a little harder to determine just where exactly the boat landing is but others have a concrete ramp, swimming area and very easy ability to back a boat down in to the water, like Drews Lake.

Make sure if you are coming from down country, out of the state of Maine though that your boat prop does not have a dangling piece of milfoil, the evasive plant that when introduced to a lake, explodes with maine lake loonvegetation.

Soil erosion from improperly built roadways around Maine lakes, ponds, rivers and timber cutting operations miles away in the same watershed for that water body hurt the health of the water resource we need to protect too.

That slip of deadly parasitic milfoil plant brought in on a boat trailer, flown in on a float plane from an infected lake is bad business. It essentially kills the lake, robbing the oxygen levels of the Maine home to all those fish.

The place you like to water ski, kayak, fish and listen to Maine loons on.

Land in Maine. Big supply, low cost and just like a car, the more features you add to the Maine land search criteria, the higher the price.

The factors controlling the price rise include additional road frontage, bigger view, long water frontage, ease of lay of the land building site prep work, quality woods to selectively harvest, clearly surveyed and all with generous, attractive owner financing in place.

If you are looking for land to buy in Maine, or ME acreage for recreation, building a home, retiring, relocation, investment purposes, come see me.

You don't have to spend all out doors either, like this 3+ acre Maine land property video shows with two road frontages and a pretty special price tag hanging on it reading only $9500.

I'm MOOERS REALTY REALTOR Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 4 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • June 25 2010 03:02PM


Beautiful photos..Land beside water is always a premium...After all, they're not making any more of it.

Posted by John Thomas, EcoBroker, MSEE, MBA (E3 Green HOMES) about 10 years ago

you are so right John and we need to educate our kids to take care of it, show them we respect it and pass it to the next generation in better shape, condition than we received it. Mister Moose in the top image taking a Saturday evening bath...kind of intruded a tad on his modesty. The Maine loons are so much larger when you are closer in a kayak, careful not to interfere with them, or their babies.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 10 years ago

Hi, Andy. I know just what you mean...everybody here wants to be able to "ride right into the forest" (meaning, Big South Fork Nationapl Park. Direct trail access is an intangible that drives the cost of a property up but buyers often don't realize that until they get here. Looking on the internet, they see the number of acres, the number of bedrooms etc. but, until they get oriented to where the property is in relation to the park, they can't assess putting a price on proximity.

Posted by Leslie Helm, Real Estate For Trail Riders (Tennessee Recreational Properties) about 10 years ago

Andrew, that is a great water picture!  pippa

Posted by Pippa Mac, The Woodlands TX Real Estate (Chevaux Group Realtor, The Woodlands and Spring) about 10 years ago

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