|Owner Finance||$ 9,659|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||Maple Way, Bly, OR 97622|
|GPS Coordinates||42.705351, -121.122953 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||KLAMATH FALLS FOREST ESTATES SYCAN UNIT, BLOCK 18, LOT 6 S 415' OF W2, ACRES 10.47|
|Lot Size||10.47 Acres|
|Road Access||Dirt Road|
|Taxes||$58.02 Per year|
Owner Finance TermsDown Payment $299 Interest Rate 0% Term (months) 48 Monthly Payment $199
This 10.47-acre property in Klamath Falls Forest Estates will not last for long! Located on Maple Ln. in Bly, Oregon, this property will make a great location for your private dream home or cabin. This is the perfect location for someone who wants to get away and enjoy nature. Imagine living how you want to live, just you, mother nature, and the fresh air of Klamath County Oregon. Enjoy the wildlife in the area and the abundant hunting and fishing at your doorstep.
Klamath County, Oregon is located in south central Oregon. The county is bounded on the south by California, on the east by Lake County, on the north by Deschutes County, and on the west by Jackson and Douglas Counties. Klamath is Oregon’s fourth largest county at 6,135 square miles consisting of 5,941 square miles of land and 194 square miles of water.
Klamath County is home to the famous Crater Lake National Park, the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, and Oregon’s City of Sunshine, Klamath Falls. Klamath County has approximately 70,000 people, with about 21,000 of those people residing in the city limits of Klamath Falls.
A complex of six National Wildlife Refuges (Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges Complex) seasonally draw some of the largest concentrations of waterfowl in North America. The area is a world-renowned birdwatcher’s paradise. Natural geothermal hot wells provide heat for many homes, businesses, and the Oregon Institute of Technology campus.
Sky Lakes Medical Center is the largest employer in the county, followed by Klamath County School District and Jeld-Wen, a manufacturer of doors and windows. The area is currently experiencing a boom in housing construction, as its proximity to California brings waves of retirees from population centers to the south. Outdoor recreation, such as hiking, hunting, and world-class trout fishing, as well as Oregon’s only National Park at Crater Lake, contribute to the economy of the area.
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