This riverfront off-grid camp on 115± acres nestled in the town of Newport Maine, offers a unique opportunity to own a slice of natural beauty. Newport is a peaceful town with a population of just over 3100 residents. The town's boundaries include the picturesque shoreline of Sebasticook Lake, the largest lake within the limits of a single municipality in the State of Maine.
This property includes an off-grid cabin, a drilled well, and a septic system, all situated on 115± acres of picturesque land. With 1600± feet of river frontage along the East Branch of the Sebasticook River and an additional 1000± feet along Martin Stream, this property is a haven for those seeking solitude and a connection with nature.
If you're an outdoor enthusiast, this location offers a multitude of possibilities. The topography of the land varies, ranging from approximately 170 feet above sea level in the northern section to 230 feet above sea level in the southern section. The property features a mix of soil types, including the stony Brayton Peacham Complex (45%) and the stony Peru Colonel Tunbridge (30%). Additionally, the northern section of the land, from the access road to Martin Stream and the East Branch of the Sebasticook River, consists of wetlands, providing an ideal habitat for game such as ducks and deer.
The property's location is both serene and convenient, offering a perfect blend of tranquility and accessibility. It's just a 30-minute drive to Bangor and the Bangor International Airport, 1 hour and 15 minutes to the pristine wilderness of Moosehead Lake, and a quick 45-minute trip to the charming town of Belfast. If you're coming from Boston, it's a manageable 3.5-hour drive.
With 1600± feet on the river and 1000± feet on Martin Stream, this property provides a unique opportunity to embrace the beauty of Maine's natural landscape.