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Wilderness Realty, Inc.

Maine Land Sales Specialists

Lot S3 Burnt Jacket Shores

September 12, 2017 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, New Listings, Real Estate Blog

This unique property has a nice building site on a high bluff overlooking Moosehead Lake. A walking path winds its way to a protected cove AND a deepwater point. Power is available. Great location in sleepy Beaver Cove, Maine.

Listing Number: 108
Acres: 1.59
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
Price: $169000
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Moosehead Region Conservation Easement

June 1, 2016 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog

Moosehead Region Conservation Lands

Moosehead Region Conservation Lands

The Burnt Jacket Development is located next door to one of the nation’s largest recreation areas protected by conservation easements. The Moosehead Tract is about 363,000 acres and is open to all sorts of recreational activities. This newly conserved area connects to other conserved lands forming a nearly 2.5 million acre recreational paradise.

These conserved lands are monitored under the watchful eye of the Forest Society of Maine along with other conservation-minded organizations. Click on this site for more information provided by FSM.

There are a number of building sites available for sale on Burnt Jacket; many with frontage on Moosehead Lake, one of the largest lakes on the east coast. To have this huge recreation area in your backyard is a bonus that should not be overlooked. As more outdoor enthusiasts learn of this little used asset, property values of the limited surrounding private property will surely increase; making your investment in Burnt Jacket a wise decision.

These Ducks Like Burnt Jacket

July 24, 2014 by  
Filed under Home Sites, Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog

Ducks at the Chalet

Ducks at the Chalet

The other day, I was inspecting the trails on the various lots of Burnt Jacket Shores at Moosehead Lake. I decided to take a stroll on the path from the Chalet on Lot S-10 to the dock. Near where the trail first gets close to the lake, I spotted two ducks resting on a nearby rock not more than 50 feet away. The two hooded mergansers did not seem too concerned and just sat there. One even closed its eyes as if it were dozing.

I continued to the dock and the gorgeous water views. There were a few boats zipping about. The breeze was refreshing on that hot, humid afternoon. It actually seemed a bit cooler than at the chalet.

After a few minutes, I strolled back up the trail. The two ducks were still there, lazing about in the sun on the same rock; unfazed by my presence. As I made my way back to the pickup, I could not help wonder that such an idyllic spot on Moosehead Lake is waiting for some lucky person.

This Deer Likes Burnt Jacket

August 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog

Buck at Burnt Jacket

A local camp owner on Burnt Jacket Peninsula took advantage of a rare opportunity to snap a couple of pictures of this buck enjoying the clover.  Now I realize there must be a million pictures of deer on the internet.  What makes these so unique is that the photographer was able to capture clear, readable images of the Burnt Jacket signs in the foreground; a real estate broker’s dream.

The kind land owner shared these with me; for which I am extremely grateful.  We have been watching this particular deer over the course of the summer as his antlers started out as spikes and are continually growing to at least 6 points.  He seems to enjoy the lush grass growing in the common areas and roadsides.  Unfortunately, he would make himself visible when we had no camera—so thanks again most gracious camp owner.

If you are looking for waterfront property on Moosehead Lake, kindly visit the Burnt Jacket website.  If this buck likes it here, perhaps you will too.  Contact us for a private showing.

The Burnt Jacket Buck

 

Burnt Jacket Mountain

July 22, 2013 by  
Filed under Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog

Burnt Jacket Mountain

Burnt Jacket Mountain from the air

As noted before, the trail to the summit of Burnt Jacket Mountain is open to the public.  This short hike takes one through the dense Maine forest to a rock outcrop with stunning, nearly 360° views of Moosehead Lake.

Writer and photographer Deirdre Flemming of the Portland Press Herald made the relatively easy trek recently to catch the breathtaking views.  You can catch her article of the trip as well as her thoughts regarding this beautiful yet quiet area of Maine.

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