2.45 +/- Acres of land for sale on Sysladobsis Lake in Lakeville, Maine. This lot has 530 +/- feet of lake frontage, 505 +/- feet of road frontage and has been surveyed. The land is completely forested with older growth hemlock and hardwoods covering the property. A gentle slope leads from the road to the water. The lot's large size makes it possible to divide it in the future should you have family or friends that would want to be nearby, or sell a lot 5 years from now to get a return on investment. This is an off grid location with electric lines about 1 mile from the property. This would be an easy lot to develop a solar project to power your new home or lakefront cabin. The town of Lakeville plows and maintains the access to the intersection of Depot Road with East Shore Road, about 1 mile from the lot. From there this is a private gravel road access. The 530 +/- surveyed feet of lake frontage is rocky shoreline. The lake bottom is a firm gravel and good for swimming. Southwest facing frontage will make for some great sunset views over Sysladobsis Lake. Sysladobsis Lake has 5,376 +/- surface acres and as the crow flies is 9.5 +/- miles long. This is a semi-wilderness lake with dozens of miles of undeveloped shoreline. The lakes depths support an excellent fishery for landlocked salmon, trout and lake whitefish while the shallower areas have lots of smallmouth bass and whiteperch. This lake is part of the Grand Lake chain and the Downeast Lakes Land Trust conservation project. Lakeville is the last town in eastern Penobscot County on the border with Washington County. This town is aptly named with so many lakes within its borders. The population of this town has been hovering around 100 and it enjoys one of the lowest property tax rates in Maine. This historically low tax will save you tens of thousands of dollars over a lifetime of ownership compared to most other places in New England.