566' frontage on Routes 2 & 4, the gateway corridor from southern New England to Sugarloaf, the Rangeley Lakes, and Maine's four-season Lakes and Mountains outdoor recreation region. Five miles from the University of Maine at Farmington and downtown Farmington, the Franklin County seat and a central market town. Approximately 6.4 cleared acres on main road and 12 wooded acres behind, with a traffic count of 16,850 daily per MEDOT 2011 survey. Flexible zoning. Originally a farmstead with large meadow and woodland lot, the back property line borders the Whistle Stop Rail-Trail, an old narrow gauge rail bed now a gorgeous, 15-mile-long biking/walking/skiing trail, which also meets up with Titcomb Ski Mountain's 16 kilometers of cross country trails--as well as the walking trail system created by Franklin Memorial Hospital. Bryant Road forms the eastern border, with multiple cleared access paths into the property. Site could be perfect for a farm featuring agri-entertainment with immediate market access due to traffic count and plenty of parking.Opportunities for diverse business interests and private homestead on the same parcel.