1.01 Acre lot near Crater Lake in Mt. Scott Meadows. $6,900
This is THE jumping off point for all of your outdoor activities! Cabin? RV? Off-the-grid? Mini-House? Take your pick and make this your weekend destination. Located on a nice corner lot in the Mt Scott Meadows development, you can enjoy well maintained gravel roads and quick access to HWY 97. Klamath Falls is only 1 hour to the south and to the north you have Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and numerous mountains to explore. Bend is only an hour and a half drive and Medford is about two hours away.
- Land account #KCR83377
- Acreage: 1.01
- Dimensions: 173 x 203 x 247 x 238
- County and State: Klamath, OR
- Parcel Number (APN): R-3107-012D0-03400-000
- Legal Description: Mt Scott Meadow, Block 20, Lot 16
- Map Coordinates: 42.8983627977, -121.82690133
- General Elevation: 4550
- Zoning: Rural Residential - Single-Family Dwelling, Manufactured home and accessory buildings allowed.
- Topography: Mostly Flat
- Roads: Cinder
- Utilities: Power at street. No other utilities provided
Purchase with Financing
- Price: $6,900
- Interest rate: 12.7%
- Loan term: 5 years
- Total monthly payment: $159.75
I had my pick of several lots in Mt Scott Meadows but chose this one for the location within the development. This is a corner lot with no immediate neighbors. All of the lots in this area are heavily wooded, unless previously cleared but if you are okay with clearing it out you will be rewarded with a very private setting. Despite being closer to the highway than other properties this area is still very quiet and a good compromise for those seeking a rural retreat and quick access to recreation.
Recreation and local attractions:
- Crater Lake National Park: Hiking, camping, lodge and visitor center. About 30 minutes.
- Diamond Lake: Camping, fishing, boating and hiking. About 40 minutes.
- Sprague River: Fishing and boating
- Agency Lake: Fishing and boating. About 32 minutes.
- Umpqua National Forest: Waterfalls, rivers and lakes are the hallmarks of this national park.
- Winema National Forest: Fishing, hunting, backpacking, hiking, camping, boating, and leisure driving opportunities. In the winter, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and downhill skiing.