Want to get away from the crowds in an off-grid location in one of the most sparsely populated places in Maine? Look no further, come see this nearly square 100 acres of hillside land in Williamsburg Township.LOCATION - Williamsburg Township, AKA T6 R8 NWP, is an unorganized township in Piscataquis County. This county population is the lowest in Maine at 16,800 or 4.2 people per square mile. If you are looking for solitude this is your spot. The land is located on a private road on the south east slopes of Perham Hill.LAND FEATURES - The 100 +/- acres of wooded land is mostly early successional hardwood forest. The new growth happening here is a magnet for game animals large and small. The soils on this site consists of more than 85% deep well drained soils loams contributing to quality tree growth. Topography of the site consists of a ridge line in the center of the property with slopes falling from the ridge to the southeast and the northeast. The elevation change from 480 to 660 +/- FASL provides NE views of Mount Katahdin, Ebeemee and Saddleback Mountains and southeasterly views of the Sebec and Piscataquis River valleys.An interesting water feature on this land is a hidden quarry pond near the center of the property. This small private pond holds water year-round and could be used for fish stocking or irrigation.Approximately 4,000 feet of interior road system provides good access to most areas of the property.