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Big Indian Camps, Lot 26/27

Corner lot, just seconds from the water. Combines lot 26 & 27. This 2 acre lot has 556′ of road frontage on two roads. The woods are a mix of beech, birch, pine, hemlock, and fir. An excellent setting for a rustic cabin or a year-round home. Access to Big Indian Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in Maine, is just a few hundred feet down the road. The lake, approximately 4.5 miles long and 1 mile wide, remains largely undeveloped and offers excellent boating, swimming, and fishing for small-mouth bass, chain pickerel, brook trout, and perch. Area stream fishing is also excellent. Power and telephone are available near the property.


Property ID: BIC_26/27
Lot #: 26/27
Town: St. Albans
Location: Central Maine
Property: Big Indian Camps
Area/Sub-Division: Big Indian Camps
Size: 2 Acres
Price Now: $19,800 (was $35,900)


20% Down: $3960
30% Down: $5940

$246.00mo ( 14% APR 10 years, with 20% down)
$198.89mo ( 12% APR 10 years, with 30% down)

Taxes: $385.87

Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to purchase.


Trees: 100%, Fields 0%
Power on Site: No
Power Available: On Site
Mobile Homes Permitted: No
Property Access: Town Rd and Private Rd
Soil Tested: Yes
Well: No
Septic: No

WaterFront Options

Lake Frontage: No
Lake Access: Yes
Stream Frontage: No
Stream Access: No

Area Description

Located in St. Albans in Somerset County - Come and discover spectacular REMAINING PARCELS WITH DEEDED lake access situated on a private cove surrounded by serene water at the northern end of Big Indian Lake. Take in glorious views of the gorgeous and expansive lake, surrounding hills and quaint farms. Still in its natural state, undisturbed from big building and development, the four-and-a-half mile long and one-mile wide Big Indian Lake offers excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, brown trout, chain pickerel and perch. Several small brooks nearby provide great trout fishing. Each lot, nestled among 100-year-old pine, maple, hemlock and ash trees, beautiful views and privacy. These exquisite forests have been left in their natural state, leaving Mother Nature's work pure and pristine. The lots are served by a private road association.