Rare opportunity to own a 5.48-acre parcel abutting conservation land in historical Bailey's Mistake. The Smokehouse Road leads to one of the last standing historic smoke houses that once dotted our Downeast coastline. It is a dead-end road and very quiet. Great location to build that get-away or forever home and showcase the varied coastline of the bold coast area. The property is bordered by the estuary winding in from the mighty Atlantic where local fishermen moor their boats in the safety of the protected cove. A driveway is in place to easily access the waterfront. Trescott today is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. With such a small year-round and seasonal population, Trescott has been part of Maine's 10-million-acre unorganized territory, with no local government, since the town de-organized in 1945. As an unorganized township with few county services, property taxes are still lower than otherwise typical in Maine.