This 167 acre tract is made up of an area considered significant wildlife & inland waterfowl habitat along Little Beaver Brook and its' associated riparian zone as designated by Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. There is approximately 6,000' of frontage on Little Beaver Brook. Of the 167 acres, approximately 30 acres is wetland/swamp as noted by the Forester who prepared the Forest Management Plan. Another significant feature is the cedar forest type that makes up the wildlife/waterfowl portion of the tract. This lot has been commercially harvested in the last 20 years leaving behind a thriving young forest of smaller diameter trees with scattered large mature trees. The access road is not maintained in the winter making for three season access by vehicle. This land is classified under Maine's current use tax program - Tree Growth -providing for substantially lower taxes. Taxes for 2019 are $445.88.