Seasonal stream amongst scattered pines
Great solar exposure
Plenty of room for animals
4.14 Acres Klamath Falls, Oregon
These two parcels will be sold together but under separate contracts. $20,000 each. $40,000 total, with $2,000 down. $1000 on each deeded parcel.
$255.00/mo. on each, $505.00 total per month. 12 years, 12%, no prepayment penalty. Three years to pay off and get 10% off the remaining balance.
If bought sight unseen, you have one year option to switch to another parcel if you are not 100% happy with the land when you view it.
(NO CREDIT CHECK & WE’LL NEGOTIATE!).
Pictures of the Land
Map numbers: R466418 & R466427
MAP INFO on each: 466418 23.120 is Map Info: 3811-011B0-05000 and 466427 24.120 is Map Info: 3811-011B0-04900
$20,000 each. $40,000 total. Zoned for two homes. 4.42 Acres Gross total (4.14 Acres Net) M/L Being: Lot 23 & 24, Block 121, Klamath Falls Forest Estates, Highway 66 Unit, Plat 4, Klamath County Oregon
Power and Telephone is in the unit, but not adjacent to the land. Perfect parcel for solar, as it gets much sunshine. Mostly level, mostly open, a few scattered pines.
Seasonal stream goes north to south in the shape of an S on parcel 23, due to snow runoff in the winter. Septic setbacks from seasonal streams are 100 feet, so this parcel is being sold with the adjacent parcel 24. Possibly a pond or reservoir for animals or watering a garden? Horses are OK. Great country for horses. Ride into two nearby National Forests. Less snow here than higher on Bly Mountain, but still gets snow in the winter.
Put in a well and share with a family member on the adjacent parcel?
This land sits on the south side of Bly Mountain, lower in elevation than most of the parcels on Bly Mountain. Just above the small town of Bonanza. Bonanza is east of Klamath Falls about 25 miles. Nice little town with a park, gas station, RV park, school through high school, church, post office, mini mart, etc.
Sits in what is called Klamath Falls Forest Estates, unit 4. Gravel roads running through the woods. Many deer. Road association upgrades and plows some major access roads. Charge for each lot is about $36.00 per year. Taxes is running about $75-$100/year on most lots as of 2021.
This land sits on Panther. Good access. It’s about 1 ½ mile east of Bly Mountain cutoff road. Meadow like parcel, with hills and trees in every direction. Very secluded. Homes in the area. Lot size is 200’ front on each parcel, and 450’ deep. Both parcels would make 400’ front and 450’ deep.
Seller will issue two separate contracts, and two deeds once the parcels are paid in full. Buyer will be responsible for making payments on both tax lots, property taxes, and road dues, until paid in full. One check per month can be paid on both parcels, rather than two.
NOTE: Zoned for housing. Camping is 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.
From Hwy 140, east of Klamath falls, go to mile marker 27.5 and head south toward Bonanza on Bly Mtn Cutoff road. Go about 2 miles to Egret. Go left. Then turn left on Jaguar Lane. Continue across BLM land to a 25 ton weight limit sign. This is the beginning of Unit 4. Go to the first right you come to, which is Wren Dr. Go right, one block to Panther, and turn left. When you get to the culvert and seasonal stream, the lots are on the left. The culvert is on lot 23 and lot 24 is the next parcel to the east.
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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.