Fairly level and open
On the valley floor and 500′ from paved roads
1.79 Acres Klamath Falls, Oregon
$14,000 cash or $15,500 finance (NO CREDIT CHECK & WE`LL NEGOTIATE!). If financed, $1500 down and $188.88/mo. (12%, 12 years). No prepayment penalty. Three years to cash out and get 10% off what you owe at the time. A year to go look if you buy sight unseen and switch equity to another lot if you are not 100% happy
(NO CREDIT CHECK, NO DOCUMENT FEES & WE’LL NEGOTIATE!).
Pictures of the Land
R350211 Map No. 3611-010A0-05200 1.79 Acres being Lot 12 Block 10, Nimrod River Park, 2nd Addition, Klamath County, Oregon Close to the Sprague River!
Fairly level and open lot. Sits on the valley floor just off a nicely paved road called Drews Ranch Road. It runs east and west along the Sprague River, on the north side. This land is zoned for a home. Electricity runs down Harney adjacent to the land frontage. Two homes to the north on Drews. Walking distance to the river. Low elevation for a cheaper well. Good area for sunshine!
Elevation 4400 ft.
No trees, great sun exposure. Old grow site on next lot over.
Power is across the road.
Both sides and half the back is fenced by neighbors
NOTE: Zoned for a home. Camping allowed 21 days every six months. To live there as you build takes a TUP or Temporary Use Permit. To get that requires installed septic, and a paid-for building permit.
Go north from Sprague River .7 miles, turn right on Drews Road. Go 5.9 miles to Harney, turn right. Lot is .2 miles on the right.
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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.