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Welcome to The Peaks Atop Mount Will, located at Sunday River Resort in Newry, Maine.

When The New York Times wrote a feature story on Sunday River in January 2009 their photographer knew where to find the most stunning view of the resort for their cover photo - The Peaks Atop Mount Will.

The Peaks Atop Mount Will offers mountainside land for sale at Sunday River with the most spectacular views anywhere in the Bethel and Newry Maine region. This exclusive neighborhood simply has the best location and best views in the area, and has become the premier address in the Sunday River Valley. One visit, and you'll understand why.

The building sites on The Peaks are spread across the mountainside of Mount Will, extending from the flowing Sunday River on the valley floor all the way up to the summit ridge. All lots have southern exposures with panoramic mountain views of Sunday River Resort and the Mahoosuc Mountains so unique they can only be found at The Peaks. Land for building sites on The Peaks ranges in size from two-acre riverfront lots to estate-size lots along the top of the mountain.

Mount Will is just outside of Bethel in Newry, Maine, conveniently located on Sunday River Road just over one mile from the ski resort and only nine minutes from the Sunday River Golf Club. If you have ever been on the slopes of Sunday River you have seen Mount Will directly across the valley from the resort's eastern peaks.

The opportunity to own a piece of a mountain is rare, and living at these elevations in such a spectacular setting is exclusive to The Peaks Atop Mount Will. If you've ever dreamed of purchasing land in the mountains of Maine and building your dream home, you must visit The Peaks Atop Mount Will before this opportunity passes you by.

Available building sites on The Peaks are over 70% sold out.

Visit The Peaks for a self-guided tour or contact Sunday River Real Estate at 800-207-2354 today.


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