Absolutely gorgeous land...38 Acres located a short distance to downtown Belfast Harbor and Waterfront, The Belfast Rail Trail and all downtown amenities this amazing little city has to offer are within a mile away. If you have been looking for the perfect land to farm, have your animals, horse farm and/or a number of mixed uses, this may be the ideal property. Formerly one of Maine's most productive poultry farms, although it has been decades since birds were raised here, the buildings that housed them still remain. These amazing buildings were built to withstand the test of time and so they have. Today these buildings are being repurposed around the state as growing houses for a variety of uses. Storage is another use owners are using them for. And with the price of lumber today, perhaps salvaging the lumber from these is another potential. There are 3 barns, sizes approximately as follows: 176 x 36 x 3 stories: Circa 1976200 x 40 x 3 stories: Circa 1963160 x 36 x 2 stories. Circa 1948Boiler House: Circa 1976Silo: Circa 1976 The property has been in preliminary stages of subdivision with the City of Belfast. The engineering plans to date performed by Gartley & Dorsky Engineering & Surveying is available to prospective buyers who may want to proceed with the subdivision. The property abuts property owned by the City of Belfast located across from the Belfast Rail Trail on the West and the Coastal Mountains Land Trust on the East. There are water views closer to the City Point Road portion of the property. The abutting property on Waterville Road, which was the homestead to the poultry farm is also available: See MLS # 1494008 and sits on 2 Acres. The opportunities are endless folks so if you want to build your family compound, generational farm, or subdivide some beautiful land, don't delay on this.