Wake up early, have a cup of coffee and a hearty breakfast, grab your rod and reel and head to any number of local freshwater lakes that are teeming with fish (including landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, and trout!), to get in on some topwater action. After that, grab the dogs and head to the Downeast Lakes Community Forest for some upland hunting of the area's abundant Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock. To round out the day, pack your headlamp, hike up Almanac Mountain for the sunset, and stick around to see the Milky Way rise over Dill Ridge. The best part about these options...you don't have to choose between them! You can live out both of these perfect days right from your own 17.8-acre plot of land located on Lot 43-02 off Depot Road in Lakeville, Maine! With a driveway already cut into this piece of property and a couple acres cleared for a building site, a camper slab, or even just a tent, you can move onto this plot of land right away! This corner lot, that abuts the Sysladobsis Land Trust, boasts a young mixed wood forest with few overstory trees lending itself to increased wildlife activity and plenty of natural sunlight. To top it off, Lakeville has one of the most affordable tax rates in eastern Maine which makes this plot an inexpensive investment! In addition to its affordability, this land sits less than an hour from Lincoln, Maine, and all its major amenities, which makes this acreage a prime gateway to both rural and urban centers. Obviously, Lakeville, Maine and the surrounding area have a long history of catering to outdoor enthusiasts and providing close-to-home outdoor space for all! All that's left to do is claim your piece of land to call home that you can start enjoying all the outdoor space from!