In-House Financing: Available | Minimun Downpayment: $5,000 | Submit an Owner Finance Request Form: https://goo.gl/forms/lHHnrC4j0RN3JLy33
Size (Acres): 40
General Location: 2 hrs to Bly, OR
County Website Link: https://www.klamathcounty.org/381/GIS-Online-Maps
Best Attribute: Views, Privacy, Road Access
Activities: Fishing, Hiking, Horse Riding, Camping, Nature Viewing, Boating, Snowmobiling, Cross-Country Skiing.
APN or Other ID: R113941
GIS ID: 113941
Legal Description: Government Lot 2 of Section 5, Township 34 South, Range 13 East of the Willamette Meridian, Klamath County, Oregon.
GPS: 42.6578369250693, -121.199777103164
Property Type: Rural Vacant
Application for Conditional Use Permit (CPU) with Klamath County Required
Water: Would be by well or alternative system
Sewer: Septic or alternative system
Roads: Dirt Road Access
Title Info: Free & Clear Title
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $130.26
HOA Fees: None
This property has a lot of potential with national forests surrounding it including Fremont National Forest, Yamsay Mountain, and Gearhart Mountain. Quickly jump onto US 97 S and head North for 3 hours where you will arrive at Bend, Oregon where you can enjoy restaurants, hotels, and shopping. The most outstanding part of this property is the gorgeous nature surrounding it. Fremont National Forest: Whether seeking solitude or a family get away, the Fremont-Winema National Forests offer a wide array of activities. Fishing, hunting, backpacking, hiking, camping, boating, and leisure driving opportunities abound. In the winter, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and downhill skiing are popular activities. The Fremont and Winema National Forests' diverse habitats also support a variety of species, making wildlife viewing a unique recreation experience. Big game, such as mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, and pronghorn antelope, all populate the forests. Several varieties of trout inhabit lakes and streams, as well as warm-water fish, such as large mouth bass. In the spring and fall, migrating geese, ducks and swans are in abundance. Large predators, such as black bears, mountain lions, and bobcats, also live in the forests. Summer Lake in Oregon:
Enjoy the Tranquility and healing Summer Lake Hot Springs naturally provides, or tap into the wide variety of other energetic and interesting things this area offers. Hiking: Walk on the land down to Summer Lake basin, about a 30 minute hike one way. Hike to winter rim or rock escarpments with magnificent views of Summer Lake from a birds eye view. Wildlife: 22 miles to the north lies Summer Lake Wildlife Refuge, a water way that attracts migrating birds of all types from humming birds to 4-foot tall cranes. Other areas have occasional antelope and deer to see grazing in fields. Paragliding and Hang-gliding: Every year on July 4th Summer Lake welcomes a Bird Tribe of paragliders, hang gliders and trykes to camp and fly from nearby Hadley Butte. Fishing: The Chewaucan River is located 6 miles south.
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