With stunning views of Flagstaff Lake and the Bigelow Mountains, Jerome Brook Forest offers a prime recreational location with immense privacy. The property benefits from long, paved road frontage and a well-maintained internal road system. The propertys moderate terrain faces north towards Flagstaff Lake. A short section of the Maine Huts and Trails system passes through the property and the Appalachian Trail passes within several hundred feet of the property. Jerome Brook flows year-round, paralleling much of the forests eastern boundary. While there is no direct frontage on the lake, a small strip of public land sits between the western boundary and the lake, creating a two-minute walk to the shoreline. The majority of the forest has been recently thinned with some clear cut areas. Spruce, fir, cedar and associated hardwoods grow along the riparian zone adjacent to Jerome Brook. Northern hardwood species of beech, birch and maple occupy the upper slopes.
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