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Encompassing two scenic ponds at the end of a private gravel road, this forest offers abundant recreational opportunity and a secluded retreat from which to explore the surrounding mountains and waters of northwestern Maine. The parcel's topography is shaped like a bowl, cradling both Little Barnard (8 acres) and Big Barnard (18 acres) Ponds. Internal roads and former logging trails provide ample access to all corners of the property. On Big Barnard Pond, there are three potential sites where a camp may be suitable, soils permitting. The forest is comprised of a mix of softwood and hardwood species. The tract's patchwork of varying age classes and small residual stands offers diverse habitat conditions for wildlife cover and forage options. Currently, favorable habitat exists deer, partridge, moose, and black bear. With gentle terrain, good internal access and the two ponds, this property would make an excellent hunting and fishing retreat.

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Listed by Patrick Hackley and Michael Tragner of Fountains Land Inc.
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