61.77 Acres – Presque Isle, Aroostook County, Maine

Gorgeous Green 61.77 Acres – $61770 (Presque Isle, Aroostook County, Maine)

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61.77 Acre Property
Presque Isle, Aroostook County, Maine Property fronts on McBurnie Road and it is paved all weather public road with electric and telephone service We offer this amazing property for $61,770.00 or your reasonable best offer plus our $599.00 closing fee Seller will provide financing to borrowers who are able to demonstrate their ability to pay qualified monthly payments. 
Financing will be provided at the BUY NOW price subject to the buyer paying a minimum of 20% down and a $599 closing fee. Monthly payments can be based on 60 month financing at 8.9% interest rate. Although the buyer will have the ability to access the property upon the payment of the down payment! Title will not be conveyed until the borrower has paid 50% of purchase price.
If you wish to buy the land with Seller financing, please contact us through the eBay message center.
We will require an immediate $500 deposit. 
Once the deposit is paid we will consider the property off the real estate market.
Cash purchaser will receive an 8% discount.

Annual Taxes $536.00
No HOA Fees
Private Septic and Well

Although close to downtown, this land is peacefully located on the outskirts of town and therefore secluded and quiet. Moose, deer, black bear you name it roams this area. We are offering a very nice acreage for you and your family. This is a property which offers you privacy, yet is so very close to all the amenities of downtown and all downtown has to offer ( including
shopping, banking, retail outlets, recreation, parks, lakes, dining, and entertainment.) Purchasing land is a secure way to invest your hard earned money, to raise your family, to enjoy life. Acreage in Northwest Maine promises a home where family is important, a handshake means something and your neighbor is part of your family. Protect your families wealth from a declining dollar by purchasing everlasting land Hunt, ride horses, build a farm,enjoy the great outdoors. Skiing, snow mobiling, ice skating on the lakes, ice fishing, all winter sports dominate the winters.
Yet the spring through summer affords you fishing, boating, water skiing, swimming, sun bathing and other recreational, healthy activities throughout the county. Maine land values are on the rise. But then again during the recession they did not fall like the remainder of the country. Stable lifestyle, stable economy, stable investment Maine acreage creates all the above.

Aroostook County is a county located in the U.S. state of Maine. In 2010, its population was 71,870. In land area, it is the largest county in the state and the largest U.S. county east of the Mississippi River. Its seat is Houlton.[1] Among residents of Maine, it is often referred to simply as “The County. As Maine’s northernmost county, its northernmost town, Estcourt Station, is therefore also the northernmost town of New England and of the continental U.S. east of the Great Lakes. Aroostook County is known for its potato crops, as well as its Acadian culture. In the northernmost region of the county, which borders Madawaska County, New Brunswick, many of the residents are bilingual (English and French).
The county is an emerging hub for wind power. Aroostook County was formed in 1839 from parts of Penobscot and Washington Counties. In 1843, Aroostook gained land from Penobscot County; in 1844, Aroostook again gained land from Penobscot, plus it exchanged land with Piscataquis County. In 1889, Aroostook gained slightly from Penobscot, but gave back the land in 1903 when Aroostook County gained its final form.