57487 N Lakeshore Dr
Houghton County, Michigan
± 2 Acres
Route 1 Steuben 741 acres
Kingdom lot consisting of ±741 acres with good internal gravel road system crossing much of the lot. This lot has tons of diversity with frontage along the heath associated with what is known as East Steuben Pond, other small wetlands, unnamed stream frontage, wildlife and areas recently selectively harvested by a Master Logger creating trail system and opening views into the forest. The harvest was done with a cut-to-length system which creates a nice clean post-harvest appearance. The stream flows eastern from the property to Narraguagus River in Milbridge. The highest elevation is approximately 145’ while the lowest elevation near the heath is 29’. All this diversity leads to good wildlife habitat. The recent harvest included improving the internal road system. There is a public boat landing along Route 1 that accesses East Steuben Pond. The open waterway approaches the southern boundary of the property then turns to open heath into the lot. The lot has 50’ of frontage on Route 1 but there is no improved road at this location. This 50’ section has been harvested as the first step to physical access off of Route 1. Taxes are $4,343 for 2022. The property is NOT enrolled in Maine’s current use tax program called Tree Growth. Enrolling in this program would substantially lower the taxes.
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