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Wilderness Realty, Inc.

Maine Land Sales Specialists

Lot 3, Apple Blossom Acres, Solon, Maine

December 6, 2011 by  
Filed under New Listings, Real Estate Blog, Recreation Land

9.6 acres with 537 feet frontage on the Rowell Mountain Road. Large hilltop parcel with awesome sunrise views. Build among the beautiful pines and hardwoods. This is a prime homesite that is difficult to find anywhere in the area.

Listing Number: 93
Acres: 9.6
Water Access:
Price: $41000
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Lot 2, Apple Blossom Acres, Solon – 6.2 Acres

December 6, 2011 by  
Filed under New Listings, Real Estate Blog, Recreation Land

540 feet frontage on the Rowell Mountain Road. Great building site with beautiful view looking east. Large parcel with plenty of elbow room. Very private.

Listing Number: 92
Acres: 6.2
Water Access:
Price: $34900
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Moosehead Lake Waterfront at Burnt Jacket Peninsula

Burnt Jacket is a lakefront community consisting of shorefront and woodland lots. Parcels are grouped in “pods” separated by generous areas of forested open space. Several community centers will be sprinkled about. A rather large common area and water access site is in a protected cove at the far eastern portion of the property. These common areas are be linked with a network of hiking and snowmobile trails.

Burnt Jacket is in the town of Beaver Cove, a residential community consisting of modest to upscale primary and recreational homes. The year-round population is around 100 folks; the summer population increases an additional 2-3 times that of the locals. Nearby Greenville is the service center for the area with shops, restaurants, stores, golf course, municipal airport, three seaplane bases, regional hospital, emergency response and police.

Nestled in the quaint village of Beaver Cove, Burnt Jacket is the only private lakefront community for sale on majestic Moosehead Lake. Now is the perfect time to consider the opportunity as nearly half of the entire shoreline of Moosehead Lake is owned by the State of Maine and therefore protected from future development. At the risk of sounding cliché, time and space is extremely limited.

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September 8, 2011 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog, Uncategorized

This well attended, annual event is slated to run today September 8 through Sunday September 11th.  After today the weather is anticipated to be perfect flying weather with sunny skies and seasonable temperatures.

Over 250 pilots are expected to show up with all sorts of aircraft.  There will be many unusual planes on display as well as competitions throughout the weekend.  Seaplanes are the main attraction at the waterfront hanger.  Land based planes will also be on display at the Greenville airport. 

Many activities are scheduled including cruises on the Kate, lobster and steak dinner, breakfast banquet, a craft fair etc.  For more information visit    

 While you are in town, take a short drive to Burnt Jacket’s OPEN HOUSE.  Ask about the Fly-in Special!  Agents are on-site Friday and Saturday 11 AM to 4 PM.

See you there!


September 1, 2011 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog, Uncategorized

Yes, Maine’s license plate says it all in this one compound word.  In fact, Maine has the highest proportion of vacation homes according to the 2010 census.  With its rockbound coast, sapphire lakes and verdant mountains; the Pine Tree State has much to offer.

Other less obvious attributes than its stunning scenery make Maine a desired place for people seeking second homes.  The pleasant days and crisp, cool nights of summer offer a welcome relief from the heat and humidity that most of the nation experiences.

Maine is a comfortable drive from the major metropolitan areas along the East Coast.  It is said that nearly 25% of the nation’s population is a 10 hour or less drive to the easternmost state.

Maine is considered one of the safest states in the union; especially when one considers violent crime.

 Many of the vacation homes are found on the nearly 3500 miles of coastline.  When compared to the coast, much of the inland areas are relatively undiscovered.  Large lakes such as Sebago and Rangeley have a traditional following. 

 Maine’s largest lake, Moosehead, was once a popular destination for city dwellers escaping the heat and associated diseases in the late 1800’s to mid 1900’s.  Much of its 232 miles of shoreline is now protected, yet there is a new lakeside development promising a unique opportunity for land ownership on the “Jewel of Maine’s Northwoods”.

 To find out more about Burnt Jacket Shores on Moosehead Lake visit

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