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Description: A northern Maine timberland investment with an established road network, moderate terrain, scenic water features, and a recent inventory indicating a capital timber value of $2.5 million. Located twelve miles north of Caribou but is well-located for transport of forest products to numerous local mills. Well-established, gravel road network providing ample, year-round access to nearly every corner of the property. A town-maintained gravel road bisects the southeastern corner and a gravel road enters the southern boundary of the parcel from Route 161. A former railroad right-of-way passes through the entire tract as a designated public ATV trail. Includes three to four modest plateaus separated by small brook channels. Nearly flat to gently rolling topography. Soils are generally well-drained on the plateaus and are moist near brooks – ideal for spruce/fir and cedar. Four brooks wind through the forest, all of which join into one channel and flow into the Little Madawaska River. The forest supports three distinct timber types: young spruce/fir, northern hardwoods including hard maple and yellow birch, and northern white cedar.

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