Wooded Lot – 2.44 Acres
Cash Price $11,977
Come live with a lack of crowds, but no lack of recreation!
Klamath County is surrounded by mountains and unending waterways, so it’s a paradise for:
-Water play (fishing, boating, canoe and kayaking, paddleboarding)
-Wildlife (deer, elk and bears, oh my!)
-Fresh-air adventure (hiking, biking, camping, or whatever your style).
This 2.44-acre lot in the quiet Klamath Forest Estates is a great property to build your vacation home or just escape to camp at a calmer pace. The lot has road access and pine trees. It’s an ideal base camp for the adventures of Klamath County.
Site built, mobile homes & manufactured homes are permitted; the building code that Klamath County uses allows houses as small as 300 sq. ft. RVs are allowed, and camping is permitted up to 21 days every 6 months. Permits are only required if you’re staying for more than one week at a time. Tiny homes on trailer frames are registered by DMV as an RV so they fall under the camping regulations.
The property can be accessed via Gray Wolf Lane, and it has power posts on the southern lot line. Here, you’re located near the Sprague River and Upper Klamath Lake.
Still need convincing?
Here are eight reasons you’ll love Klamath County, Oregon:
1. More than 50% of the county is public land.
2. 500 miles of hiking trails wind through Klamath.
3. Klamath’s Crater Lake is America’s #1 deepest and clearest lake.
4. Klamath has 325 named mountains.
5. 350 species of birds fly through here, including a high population of eagles.
6. Klamath boasts 300 different bodies of water.
7. Klamath provides 600 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling.
8. Over 300 days of sunshine a year mean you’ll have great weather to enjoy it all!
It’s the perfect corner of the world to own property. Buy this lot now!
Size: 2.44 acres
County: Klamath, OR
Zoning: R2 – Residential Site
Rural Residential Building: Homes must be manufactured or stick-built. Staying on the property in an RV is considered camping; camping in Klamath County is limited to 21 days in a 6 month period. Once the building permit for the dwelling has been issued, you can apply for a Temporary Use Permit (TUP) to live in an RV while you’re building the dwelling. The TUP can be extended as long as the building permit remains active and does not expire; it takes approximately 35 days to receive approval of the TUP. The application fee for a TUP is $450 with a $146 annual renewal fee (building permit fees are separate). A dwelling is either a stick-built or manufactured home.
Terrain: Gentle rolling
Power: There are power posts along the Southern lot line of the property along Gray Wolf Ln.
Water: Would require water well
Septic/Sewer: Would require a septic
Access: Direct access via Gray Wolf Ln.
Annual Property Taxes: Approximately $71.93
Distance to Bend, OR: 2 hours 40 mins
Distance to Burns, OR: 3 hr 30 mins
Distance to Medford, OR: 2 hrs 10 mins
Nearest tourist attractions:
Lava Beds National Monument
Cash Price: $11,977
The buyer is responsible for verifying all property details and conducting all due diligence.