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If You Owned 386 Acres Of Land In Maine...Would You Want To Buy Even More?

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Work with me, you own land in Maine, lots of acreage, property that you spend vacations at, use part time.

Or maybe land in Maine that if you new job. Ditching the tie, starched white shirts and 200 mile per hour corporate blur.  Watch the Maine video, don't let the chainsaw startled you in the opening scenes.

If the log cabins in Maine, deep in the wooded where wildlife hang out in Aroostook County is not quite what you had in mind, how about something just south of Oxbow Maine. A family run sporting camp set up around since 1927. The Maine real estate video takes you to Umcolcus Camps right now.

Or maybe you don't want a cluster of Maine sporting camps, to cater to hunters, fisherman, snowsledders and fall foliage leaf peekers or bird watchers.

Just a simple cabin in Maine in the teens so you and your friends can "join forces" to buy cheaply.

Basic Northern Maine hunting camp to go..low cost outdoor recreation fun in Oxbow ME. Like a Northern Maine time share without a big cash outlay, watch the ME sporting camp video.

Need one more video example of what you could be enjoying, what owning property in Maine could be like? On it (searching Maine property video listings collection.) Baxter the dog helps us tour a Masardis Maine log lodge on the Aroostook River with smaller cabins along the 800' of water frontage.

Maine, you need to be here. 

I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • October 03 2010 08:07AM


Andy.....seeing that moose reminds me of my first days in Maine....I remember seeing a moose for the first time and thinking it was some breed of horse.....I didn't know what the heck it was....and it was standing on the side of the highway.....

Posted by Barbara Todaro, Previously Affiliated with The Todaro Team (RE/MAX Executive Realty - Retired ) over 10 years ago

Andy ~ Great photo.  First moose I ever saw was while visiting my son in Alaska.  There he was, just standing off in a field by the side of the highway.  Next one I saw decided to wander into their backyard -- okay, they're kinda big and a bit grumpy and actually a bit dangerous!  Who knew!

Posted by Tish Lloyd, Broker - Wilmington NC and Surrounding Beaches (BlueCoast Realty Corporation) over 10 years ago
Barbara...moose in Maine are pretty docile. But not much fun to meet for the first or last time at 55 mph in the dark of night. Tish...never met one that was grumpy. Or dangerous. In Maine, not hunted for eons so they think you come in peace..even with a 12 gauge, a 30-30 and all that orange.
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 10 years ago

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