A conserved 213-acre wood lot with over one-half mile of scenic river frontage on the Androscoggin River in Turner, Maine which is part of a 625-acre block of conserved forest and farm lands. A well-stocked mixed wood forest last selectively harvested in the 1990's. Primary saw-timber species include white pine, red oak and hemlock along with both hardwood and softwood pulp species. Good access with deeded right-of-way across maintained gravel road from Route 219 with established network of interior roads. Rolling terrain with slopes generally < 15% with deep, well-drained soils. Excellent long-term potential for growing high quality saw timber. A conservation easement on the property held by the Androscoggin Land Trust prohibits residential development while allowing for commercial timber production and recreational uses, including tent and recreational vehicle camping by owner.
Asking Price - information herein is believed to be accurate, but not warranted and should be verified by the buyer. Property sold subject to Conservation Easement