Premier Hiking along the mighty coast is within close proximity to this distinctive 20.23 acre parcel boasting 1484' of bold coast itself on Little Machias Bay. Located only a mile from the quintessential fishing village of Cutler where you can purchase lobster fresh off the boat during the lobster fishing season, this land has it all. Originally envisioned as the 'Little Machias Bay Subdivision' there are 9 separate lots that can still be sold individually, or not, making this property an attractive investment or homesteading venture. There are 3 waterfront lots totaling 5.8 acres that abut the shoreline with elevated views of the bay that gently slope to the shore. When the tide is out, the shore scape turns into an accessible sandy beach where you can meander or dig clams. As you watch the tide come and go to meet the Gulf of Maine, you develop an appreciation for this 'intertidal zone.' In the summertime, Lupines of all colors share space with low bush blueberries that you can scoop up by the hand full. Across the road (Rt. 191) are 6 additional lots totaling 14.46 acres, consisting of rolling fields, and a mix of mature trees and alders, allowing plenty of space for children and animals to roam and gardens to grow. The NE border of the property runs 700' along the Eastern Marsh Brook which flows out into the bay. History buffs will appreciate the view of the 'Cutler towers' or the 'antenna array,' located to the SW of the bay. Nature lovers will cherish the 15 minute drive to the popular Cutler Reserved Public Lands ecological reserve comprising 12,334 acres overlooking the Bay of Fundy with 10 miles of hiking trails traversing peatlands, woodlands, and blueberry barrens. Not far is Bog Brook Cove, with its own stunning views of the dramatic, steep, jagged cliffs of the bold coast. If you want to trek closer to home, both the Western Head Preserve and the Eastern Knubble trails are located in Cutler proper. Sell some lots and keep the one you want!