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Witness the highest tides in the world from this gradually sloping 12-acre parcel with elevated, absolutely spectacular views of Passamaquoddy Bay and Deer Island, New Brunswick, Canada. This old growth wood lot, untouched for decades has giant white & yellow birches, red maple, poplar, spruce & balsam fir. Heirloom apple trees are tucked by the water's edge & a stream runs through it. Situated along one of the most picturesque coastal driving routes in Maine, this buildable land has easy access to utilities incl. high-speed internet.

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