Farm ID 3658
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Farm ID 3658

This unique 121-acre property has been used as a farm for over 100 years! Earlier, as a dairy operation, but more recently harvesting hay. There is an endless amount of possibilities including haying, harvesting timber, honey production, maple sugaring, fruit fields, and more. Currently, there is 40 +/- acres of organic hayfield, with an abundance of Timothy, Clover, and Red Clover Hay, 5+/- acres of pastures and approximately 75+/- acres of woods with Red Pines and Maple trees. Only 30 min to Mt Blue State Park and under an hour to Augusta!

Priced at $349,000

The farm is protected with an Agricultural Easement monitored by Maine Farmland Trust and can be viewed anytime upon request.

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