A tree-lined drive opens into a field and old home site for this 6.2-acre waterfront lot. The property was once a homesite and in 1991 the home burned. The remains of the home and content that remained were removed and the foundation hole was filled in. The only remaining structure is a small garage/shed that needs attention. The homesite had a septic tank installed around 1973 and historical records show it as a 750-gal tank, and the system was working when the fire occurred. A dug well provided water to the home site and a drilled well was put in in September of 1990. Records show that it is 260' deep and gets 20 gallons/min. The property faces west to east and closer to the shore views of Canada can be seen. A field lines the road frontage and leads back to the home site where a circular drive is still evident. There is an old lilac tree and evidence of perennial plantings around. Newly cleared and created paths lead to the 400' waterfront along the St. Croix River separating the United States from New Brunswick Canada. The shorefront is tidal and has a stone and sand shoreline. Numerous vistas to choose from to build that forever home or seasonal get-away.