R257322 Map No R-3510-013B0-02200-000 2.5 Acres Gross (2.38 Acres Net) M/L being: Lot 2, Block 21, Klamath Forest Estates, Klamath County, Oregon.
$10,500 cash or $13,500 finance. If financed, $500 down and $173.26/monthly for 12 years, at 12%. $145.65/mo. at 12% 20 years. No prepayment penalty. Three years to pay off and get 10% off remaining balance. If bought sight unseen, you have a one year option to switch the equity to any other lot if you are not 100% happy when you view the land.
Pictures of the Land
This land is gradual up slope from road. Maybe 25′ maximum as you go back the 500′ on the land. (Land is 207′ in front and back and 501.12′ on northern side and 502.20′ on the southern line)
There are many Juniper trees. VERY NICE FULL VALLEY VIEW! Road is rough. No power currently. Phone is about 1,200′ down the road. Homes in this area, but not any this far back in the unit currently.
The land sits on Fur Trapper, at the end of the road, in the back of Klamath Forest Estates.
Perfect for building a home if you want seclusion. Manufactured homes OK. This area has gravel and dirt roads, mostly wooded, only about a couple homes per square mile. The area was subdivided in the ’60’s and sold in large slide shows in southern California. Most never moved up. People are starting to build now in this area. It sits just north of the small town of Sprague River, which is about 30 miles north of the town of Klamath Falls, which serves about 100,000 people in the Klamath Basin. Over 80 lakes and 100 rivers and streams in the county.
The land sits just above the valley floor. In this area you do not have to drill as far for water as the wooded lots we normally sell near Bonanza on Bly Mountain. You don’t have to contend with as much snow either!
Just north and west of the small town of Sprague River by maybe 7-8 miles. About 35-40 miles north and east of Klamath Falls.
Great hunting and fishing close. National Forests close. Great area for horses. Zoned for one home, horses OK. Manufactured homes OK as well.
End of the road, National Forest close!
Highway 140 east from Klamath Falls to Bliss Road (about 18 miles), left onto Bliss. Go 17 miles to Sprague River Road, go left 2 miles. Take a right onto Sprague River Drive. Go one mile. Take a right on Arrowhead Lane. Take immediate left on Sprague River Drive about two miles to Steelhead Lane. Go right on Steelhead to end of road. (Mule Deer) Go left on Mule Deer (north) until it jogs west, then north again. Go about 2,500′ until you hit Frontier and turn right on Frontier to Fur Trapper, go left about 800-1,000′. Lot is on the right.
Michael Long – (503) 680-1144 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Some people buy our lots and decide that they would like to have a full time water source at their property. The lots that we sell are undeveloped and don’t currently have water wells but you can inquire about having a well drilled by clicking here.