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
County Info: 458230 Map No: 3811-002A0-00500-, Lot 2, Block 115 Size: 2.45 Acres
This affordable and attractive parcel is part of the Klamath Falls Forest Estates, a popular choice for those looking for cheap land for sale in Oregon. Nestled on Buffalo Lane, with the southeast corner just 100 feet west of Oriole Dr, this property offers an idyllic setting amidst nature.
Terrain & Access
The property is beautifully wooded, offering a picturesque landscape that changes with the seasons. Power is conveniently available at the corner of Buffalo and Oriole. The lot backs up to BLM land, ensuring no future constructions behind your property.
The land slopes gently upwards from Buffalo, making it an ideal spot for a home with stunning views. An old RV currently sits on the property, which we plan to remove in the spring, or we can negotiate a reduced price if the buyer wishes to handle its removal.
Access & Maintenance
This Oregon land for sale can be accessed from both the south end of Bly Mountain (via Jaguar Lane) and the north end (via Kingfisher and Humming). These major access roads are maintained year-round, including snow plowing in winter, for an annual fee of $46.35.
Local Attractions & Amenities
The property is located east of Kalamath Falls and north of the small town of Bonanza. Kalamath Falls, about 40 miles west, is a major town with a Home Depot, hospital, Oregon Institute of Technology, and more. The area boasts abundant sunshine and is perfect for hunting and fishing enthusiasts.
Building & Utilities
The land is zoned for one home. Septic and building permits are required. Water can be sourced through a well or pressurized cistern, and some residents choose to haul in water. Camping is permitted for 21 days every six months.
This cheap Oregon land offers a unique blend of tranquility and convenience, making it an ideal location for your new home or land investment. Don’t miss out on this chance to own a piece of Oregon’s natural beauty.
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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.