A rare opportunity to own 200± acres in southern Maine with frontage on two well-travelled roads. The acreage is comprised of 2 separate lots both similar in size and each having road frontage for access. The varying topography lends itself to a variety of uses and includes an 8± acre pond. Close to villages of Waterboro, Shapleigh, and Limerick, the town of Waterboro lies just 28 miles south of Portland and only 32± miles north of Portsmouth. Abenaki Indians called the area Massabesic, meaning ''the place of much water'', a reference to the region's lakes. Today, Waterboro's lakes remain a popular recreation area and the town is home to the 2,140-acre (870 ha) Waterboro Barrens, one of the largest and best preserved pitch pine barrens in Maine.