3 Wooded Acres in the rustic pine forest of Klamath County. Surrounded by wildlife, incredible lakes, and mountain ranges.
This stunning property sits at over 5000 feet at the lot frontage and slopes down to 4960 towards the back. There are clusters of dense mature and young ponderosa/juniper woodland, flat open areas, and small lava rock outcrops sparsely dotting the landscape.
This property is one-of-a-kind. Imagine building your dream off-grid cabin here, where you are surrounded by unspoiled wilderness and endless outdoor experiences. Zoned R-2, you can build a tiny off-grid cabin here, a mobile/manufactured home, or keep the land in its natural state and enjoy camping for up to 21 days every 6 month period.
Located smack dab in the middle of incredible outdoor exploratory activities, this property can be your basecamp to explore everything Southern Oregon has to offer. Crater Lake National Park is one of those you-have-to-see-it-to-believe-it experiences. Located just an hour and a half from the property, Crater Lake inspires visitors from all over the globe with its insanely blue depths and jaw-dropping vistas. Only an hour south from the property and youll be in Northern Californias Lava Beds National Monument, exploring network of over 700 caves.
If fishing and hunting is more your speed, the Klamath Basin is home to the best wild native rainbow trout fishing in the Lower 48. The fishing is so good that it draws people from all over the world. Located in the heart of the Pacific Flyway, Klamath County is a bird hunters paradise. Hunting season typically runs from early October through late January for ducks and geese. Klamath County is home to 17 different duck species, 4 goose species, mountain and valley quail, pheasant, chuckar, and turkeys. The property is located in Hunting Unit 32. Youll find black-tailed and mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, antelope, cougars, bear, bobcats, coyotes here.
Power would be by solar. Water would be by holding tank. Septic by composting toilet, or other alternative system.
In the Town of Bonanza (12 miles from the property), you’ll find a Post Office, Cafe, and a few small grocery options.
Klamath Falls is your best bet for supplies (including Walmart Supercenter), hospital, and airport, gas, food, and water. Klamath County has a population of around 22,000 people.
No time limit to build. Site built, mobile homes & manufactured homes are okay.
Tiny homes are allowed as long as they are built on a permanent foundation, can be as small as 300 sq. ft.
RVs are allowed for camping but not as a permanent residence.
Camping is allowed for up to 21 days every 6 month period. Permits only required if staying for more than one week at a time.
Notes About Purchasing:
To move forward with the purchase, Buyer and Seller will both sign a Purchase & Sale Agreement. The closing will occur via title and escrow through a local title agency. Buyer will then open escrow with an upfront Earnest Money Deposit of $1,000.00. After submitting the Deposit, the title agency will coordinate the transfer. Buyer and Seller will split closing costs.
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Reserve this property by submitting a $1,000 refundable earnest money deposit*:
Once submitted, we will hold this property for you for 10 days while you conduct due diligence.
*There is a nonrefundable $249 document processing fee.