Lot 34 Shore Road, Perry, Maine, 04667
This inviting, open setting located in the town of Perry could easily be the for your vacation home, new build, summer retreat, or just a quiet, relaxing place for a Sunday picnic. This 3± acre parcel features 100ft on Passamaquoddy Bay and has beautiful views of the shore. Travel along the country Shore Road for a short distance to locate this pleasant lot. Envision an Adirondack chair sitting overlooking the bay on a sunlit day, a starry night, or maybe the beginning of a storm brewing.
An artists’ dream, a fisherman’s delight, a crafter’s niche is a few of the area’s cottage industries you will find dotting the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay. The town is located at the 45th parallel, halfway between the Equator and the North Pole. Perry Elementary School is the only local school and high school students are given options in the area. There are two hospitals located in the area, the nearest being in Calais and the other is in Machias. There are health centers in Eastport, Calais, and Machias. There is a post office and a small grocery store located on Route 1 for easy convenience. The City of Eastport, a deep-water port for shipping, has a vast array of artists and crafters with small shops along the waterfront. Sipyak, a Native American Community, has a cultural museum and hosts many workshops and events pertaining to their culture.
Fishing commercially or recreationally is in the hearts of many local residents. Commercially, scallops, lobster, crab, and other seafood can be found on many dinner plates as well as in the local markets. Boyden Lake is outstanding for bass fishing with an active boat launch. Active lakes surround the town of Perry such as Nash Lake, Pennamaquan Lake, Bearce Lake and many more for your adventures.
Washington County is abundant in trails systems, the newest being the Sunrise Trails which flow from Charlotte to Ellsworth with interesting sites to visit as well as periodic rest stops along the way. The unique spans of trails are used by ATV riders, Snowmobilers, hikers, and horse riders who all courteously share the way. Calais is the host city for the Saint Croix Trails and Welcome Center. The International Festival is held each August with a celebration between two countries. This is a three-day event which entertains the young and the old. If you like a quieter activity you could find way to State Cinemas in Calais, or theater in Eastport. Perhaps you would like to further your education at the Washington County Community College.
Many lands in the area are forested, many are waterfront. Take a journey and explore the nature that has been given to us as caretakers. Take some photographs, video a pod of seals, enjoy a whale watch tour, birdwatch, but most of all enjoy. This land, the community, and all that is in it is waiting for you!