Lying along the eastern border of the Town of LaGrange, The LaGrange Forest features 3,600 +/- acres with over 70,000 cords of merchantable timber, including over 12,000 cords of spruce and fir, over 1,000 MBF of hardwood sawlogs, and over 17,000 cords of hardwood pulp. The tract is situated at the end of the Town Road in LaGrange and also benefits from a deeded right-of-way.
The Lagrange Forest is composed of 3,600 +/- acres of unimproved timberland located at the end of the Town Road in Lagrange, Maine. The property lies along the eastern border of Lagrange with Edinburgh.
The property has over 70,000 cords of merchantable timber, representing over 24 cords per forested acre including over 12,000 cords of spruce and fir, over 1,000 mbf of hardwood sawlogs, over 17,000 cords of hardwood pulp, and over 1,600 mbf of white pine sawlogs.
The Lagrange Forest is accessed via the public Town Road and also via a deeded right of way. The well-developed interior gravel road system provides access to all corners of the property. The main access to the property is gated at the eastern property line.
The property is subject to a recreational lease located along Birch Stream. This lease generates $800 per year in additional income.