11-9 Gardner Lake Road, Whiting, Maine, 04691
Are you interested in purchasing some quality Maine land near both freshwater lakes and the Atlantic Ocean? Then take a good look at this 20.5 +/- acres of heavily wooded forest land on Gardner Lake Road in the Washington County town of Whiting.
This parcel of timberland was surveyed in 2002 and shows 1,031 +/- feet of frontage on the paved and public Gardner Lake Road and 1,423 +/- feet on the private Dragon Rock Lane. The elevations on the site are from 140 to 190 +/- feet above sea level with a gently rolling topography.
The forest has not been harvested in decades and nice stand of spruce/fir/pine and some mixed hardwoods are present. In 2002, a soil test was done near the center of the road frontage near the apex of a knoll of mature softwoods. This would be an ideal building site for an off-grid cabin or home.
Recreational and cultural opportunities in the area include one of the best-connected ATV trails in New England. The town has two huge lakes and several smaller lakes and ponds for a variety of boating, fishing and other water sports. Nearby Moosehorn Game Preserve has hiking trails and plenty of wildlife. The Cutler Bold Coast public lands has over 12,000 acres of conserved forest and wetland plus trails that access miles of high cliff bold ocean views. The Washington County Seat of Machias is only 10 miles away, with shopping, hospital, a state university, entertainment and much more.
The town of Whiting touches both Cobscook and Holmes Bay on Maine’s Atlantic coast. This area is home to some of the largest tides in the world. This constantly moving water is a fascinating ecosystem which provides tourism, commercial fishing, and other related business opportunities for the entrepreneurs of the world. The towns population is less than 500 people giving new meaning to social distancing.
Call today to discover more about this great parcel of land in the undiscovered portions of Downeast Maine.