Sunday River Maine Land
Sunday River Maine Land
Sunday River Maine Land

Surrounded by Conservation Land

Great Brook Preserve is Passionate about the Environment...

What makes Great Brook Preserve a truly unique and nature friendly property is the rare move to put conservation and the environment before development. Less than ten percent of the property - or only 6% of the original 8,700 acres of land - will be utilized for private development uses, the overwhelming majority of the land will be preserved in perpetuity for both private and public use. Each homesite at Great Brook Preserve directly borders hundreds of acres of unspoiled conservation land. Owners have direct access to miles of hiking, snowmobiling, and cross-country ski trails just out their back door. The remaining acreage has been donated to the Western Maine Mountains Foundation land trust for permanent preservation. Great Brook Preserve is purpose-built for year-round outdoor enthusiasts and places a high value on saving the forests and mountain landscape that make the region so special. Trails directly from the preserved land meander through the woods to the nearby Grafton Loop Trail, which connects to the Appalachian Trail.


Great Brook Preserve Conservation Land
  • Each homesite borders hundreds of acres of private, wooded conservation land

  • Quench your sense of adventure and take off in any season of the year on your choice of cross-country ski trails, snowmobile trails or miles of hiking trails accessible directly from your property

  • Discover roaring brooks and cascading waterfalls while roaming through the conservation land

  • Hike directly from your land to the Appalachian Trail
Great Brook
Maine governor recognizes
a large land donation.

Maine's Governor, John Baldacci acknowledged a large land donation from Great Brook Preserve to the Western Maine Charitable Foundation. 

Great Brook Managing Partners
Governor Baldacci (Second from Right)
with LandSource representatives 
David Verani, Jeff Bailey & James Powers

Governor Baldacci affirmed that “this is exactly the type of land development that the state of Maine needs. It is great to see that hundreds of acres of land have been donated for preservation in perpetuity.”

Great Brook Preserve has donated hundreds of acres to the Conservation Land Trust. The land has been deeded to the Western Maine Charitable Foundation and plays a very important role in a large scale conservation effort in the state of Maine. 

Dave Verani of LandSource, LLC says that “this is about delivering on a project that we can be proud of for many generations.  In the land development world you can leave your mark in many different ways. We feel that Great Brook Preserve is an example of the right way. We are very proud of what this represents for the state of Maine, our customers and for our legacy as a company.”  Mr. Verani adds “We are talking about a premium land donation with land that could have been very marketable with incredible views of the Mahoosuc Mountain Range, Sunday River Ski Resort, streams and waterfalls that will be accessible as great hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobile and fishing venue.

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