Lots of Trees
2.45 Acres Klamath Falls, Oregon
$24,500 finance $2000 down. (NO CREDIT CHECK, NO DOCUMENT FEES & WE’LL NEGOTIATE). Finance $22,500 balance at $300/mo. for 12 years, 12%. 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 & WE’LL NEGOTIATE!).
Pictures of the Land
458230 Map No. 3811-002A0-00500-000 2.45 Acres Lot 2, Block 115, Klamath Falls Forest Estates, Hwy 66, Plat #4, Klamath County, Oregon
Elevation 4949’ Sits on Buffalo Lane. The S.E. corner of the parcel is about 100’ west of Oriole Dr. Backs up to BLM so no one can build behind you! There is power at the corner of Buffalo and Oriole!!
This parcel is nicely wooded. These pictures were taken 11/3/22 with the first snow of the season. The land sits on Bly Mountain, and gets snow in the winter and is nice and cool in the summer.
There is a road association that plows major access roads in winter and improves the roads in the summer. The yearly cost for this is currently $46.35.
Beautiful parcel. Perfect lot to build on. Slight slope up from Buffalo, but makes for great views!
This parcel can be accessed from the south end of Bly Mountain, off Jaguar Lane, or the north end, off Kingfisher and Hummingbird.
Jaguar, Kingfisher, and Hummingbird are all major access roads into the unit and plowed in winter.
There is an old dilapidated RV in the middle of the lot. We will clean it in spring, or entertain the idea of a reduced price if buyer agrees to dismantle, and haul it to the dump.
This land sits on Bly Mountain, east of Klamath Falls, Oregon, just north of the small town of Bonanza. Bonanza has a school through high school. It’s a small town. Klamath Falls is about 40 miles to the west of this parcel. Klamath Falls is a major town, the county seat for Klamath. It has a Home Depot and other building supplies, Hospital, OIT, a trade school, and much more.
The area gets a lot of sunshine each year. Great county for hunting and fishing.
The land is zoned for one home. Septic and building permits required. Well or pressurized cistern needed for running water through the house into the septic system. (Some people haul water in.) Camping is allowed 21 days every 6 months.
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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.