If you want a quiet retreat, this is it! Good gravel roads lead to this level lot with mature trees and there are no neighbors in sight. A small, seasonal stream runs near the property which feeds the trees and grass in the area, making for a much more lush environment than most neighboring properties in the area. There is an undeveloped meadow just behind this lot which provides beautiful scenery and a natural playground for wildlife. If you are looking for a larger piece of land you may consider purchasing the parcel next door (property #KLA1025) in addition to this lot for a combined size of 3 acres. Only 45 minutes to Sprague River and about 1 hour 20 minutes to Klamath Falls.
1.44 Acres in Northeast Klamath Co, OR
Nature abounds at this parcel which is fed by a seasonal stream and covered in mature trees.
Out of stock
- Land account #KLA1026
- Acreage: 1.44
- Dimensions: 261 x 311 x 124 x 365
- County and State: Klamath, OR
- Parcel Number (APN): R-3511-009D0-05000-000
- Legal : Lot 96, Block 5, OREGON PINES
- Map Coordinates: 42.545640, -121.408680
- General Elevation: 4865
- Zoning: Rural Residential – Single-Family Dwelling, Manufactured home and accessory buildings allowed.
- Topography: Mostly Flat
- Roads: Gravel
- Utilities: None
- Financed amount: $9,325
- Down payment: $0
- Loan Term: 72 mo
- Interest rate: 12.7%
- Property taxes: $8.33/mo
- Base Payment: $185.72
- Total Monthly Payment: $194.05 ($185.72 + $8.33)
About the Area
From the Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce
Oregon’s Fabulous Klamath Country
Visit Oregon’s spectacular sunshine playground for youngsters of all ages, where you’ll find more sunshine and more things to do.
Fun in the sun is the by-word in Klamath County. From semi-arid desert country in eastern Klamath County to the verdant green mountains in the west, there are hundreds of square miles of streams full of tackle-bustin’ trout, hundreds of square miles where black tail and mule deer roam. You’ll also find pheasants, quail and, of course, in the keyhole of the Pacific Flyway – waterfowl like no other place in the entire country.
This is beautiful country where the Klamath Indian once ruled the high Cascades and paid tribute majestic Mount Mazama before it blew it’s top to form Oregon’s jewel of scenic grandeur – Crater Lake.
Mountain meadows, unbelievably blue, deep mountain lakes nestled among towering peaks and breathtaking splendor meet you at virtually every corner. The beauty of the country with its year ’round snow-capped peaks and friendly people offer relief from the city crowds and the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Here in Klamath County you find the peace and beauty of a mountain land that has hardly changed since the days when moccasined warriors followed forest trails… where sunshine is the rule rather than the exception, and where the climate and the people make you feel welcome and relaxed.
From observing the wildlife in their natural habitat to schussing down the ski slopes in the high mountain snows, you find more to do and more fun in the sun in Oregon’s Klamath County.
Klamath Falls enjoys sunshine on an average of 275 days of the year. The high, dry climate produces warm summers and mild winters. Winter snowfall, 38 inches per year average, normally light, stays on the ground no more than two or three days. The annual mean temperature in July is 80.4 degrees; the average low in January is 21 degrees.