Seeking Nature not neighbors? What is your bliss? Dark skies, smell of saltwater and evergreens, privacy or just the peace and quiet from being far from city life? If the wild forest and raucous bay soothes you or enlightens, maybe it's time for a trip to Johnson Point. Not for the Starbucks crowd or the avid mall shopper as it is a long way to either. This is a more of a peace seeking, privacy oriented natural location. Located west of Bucks Harbor, close to Porcupine and Hog Islands and is backed by Narrows Mountain to the north. Little Kennebec Bay opens to Englishman Bay and beyond. Although very private the location is only 20 minutes to Machias. There you will find grocery stores, hospital, university and everything you would expect from the county seat of Washington County. The 15+ acres lot is neighboring Maine Heritage Land Trust. Two gates to enter the property and over 2000 feet of deep waterfront. Wooded with 2 paths to the shore, site planning is open. Three soil tests add leverage to the choice of home location. Gravel road and power are to the lot. The shore is 'Maine's rocky coast.' With elevations high above the water that protect any home from erosion from winter storms. Westerly views enhance the land. The surrounding area is populated by small villages and long stretches of woodland, farms, and blueberry barrens. A small airport in Machias is used by private planes. This exceptional property with 2000+ feet of deep-water frontage is a rare find indeed.