3.55 acres | Located in Oxford County, ME

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$49,950 $58,764
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List Price – $58,764
Down Payment – $7,500
Monthly Payment – $778
Term – 96 months
Interest Rate – 9.99%
Doc Fee – $500 (due with the down payment)

Discounted Cash Price – $49,950

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You deserve a place to call your own! A place where you can get away from it all. Make this beautiful 3.55 acre lot, situated on the banks of Lovewell Pond, your own personal paradise. The perfect spot to call home!! Whether you’re building a custom dream home, choosing a manufactured or tiny home, or looking for a place to kick back and relax with an RV – this property can make your dreams come true. If choosing a tiny home, there is a minimum of 400 sq. ft required and septic would need to be installed for RV use over 120 days. Whether you are looking for a permanent residence or a getaway for the family, this is the perfect spot to relax, unwind, and create a lifetime of memories. Seller Financing Available.

**Power running at the street – Well and Septic would need installed.** 

You can find quick and convenient shopping, recreation, restaurants and more just 2 miles from the property in the town of Fryeburg. Additional shopping, medical, and more can be found 17-20 minutes away in Bridgton ME or Conway NH. In an area surrounded by natural beauty and nature, you can find year-round activities to enjoy – Oxford Plains Speedway and New Oxford Dragway make for a thrilling race day, while the trails of the Oxbow Beer Garden or Pleasant Mountain Ski Area are both perfect places to get some skiing in. Take a relaxing dog sledding tour with the Ultimate Dog Sledding Experience. When summer rolls around, enroll your kids at Kamp Kohut to steer the boredom away or find food and fun at the Oxford County Fair. Relax in a tube floating down the Saco River or find your favorite hiking trails at White Mountain National Forest. Just over an hour will place you on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, where you can find boating, fishing, swimming and more. All this and more await in the area surrounding this property – come discover it. Assignment of Contract.

Property Information

Parcel Size






Nearest Cities

Bridgton ME or Conway NH

Parcel #



0 Lovewell Pond Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037

Legal Description

Map 44, Lot 015

Property Taxes



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Power at street

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Well and septic needs installed (Water line stops right before the property, contact Dept. of Public Works for more info)

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44.01768, -70.95139

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Residential Commercial District

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410 FT.



Heavily wooded – Various Topo



Waterfront access to Lovewell Pond

Nearby Cities / Attractions

White Mountain National Forest

No woodland in the regions is more alluring than the 800,000 acre White Mountain National Forest, located in mainly New Hampshire but spills over into western Maine. It is no exaggeration to refer to the White Mountain National Forest as a recreational paradise. Just about every activity that stretches and strengthens your limbs can be enjoyed here. There may not be an ocean beach, but you can swim in cool, clear lakes and swimming holes, fish the forest’s rivers, lakes, and ponds, and hike to myriad waterfalls. This forested region is better known for its high peaks, including Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in New England. For avid climbers, peak-bagging is a popular sport here.

The long list of outdoor activities within the national forest includes bicycling, birdwatching, boating, hunting (pursuant to state regulations), gold panning and rockhounding (free permits are required), scenic driving, stargazing, and a full slate of winter sports.

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