Home > Oregon > Sold > Klamath Falls Forest Estates >

Oregon, Klamath County, 2.31 Acres Klamath Falls Forest Estates Lot 41 Block 31, Electricity. TERMS $246/Month
Oregon, Klamath  County, 2.31 Acres Klamath Falls Forest Estates Lot 41 Block 31, Electricity. TERMS $246/Month


 
Our Price: $24,624
Down Payment $121.00

Down Payment with Selected Options: $121.00

Quantity in Stock:SOLD (Out of Stock)
Product Code: OK_KLAMATH_FORESTESTATES41


Down Payment Option*:


Qty:  
Description
 

Klamath Forest Estates

Klamath Forest Estates , Klamath County, Oregon

Lot 41 Block 31

Financing:
This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

Down Payment: $121

Monthly Payments: $246

Sales Price: $24,624

Interest Rate: 9%

10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY


Checkout:
The checkout above bills the down payment only.



Size: 2.31 Acres

ZONING:Residential

Utilities: 1/2 Mile - 1 Mile

Property APN: R266394

TAXES: $65 per year

Water: None (must install well or holding tank)





Location and Legal Description

Klamath Forest Estates, Klamath County, Oregon
2.31 Acres

Large Ponderosa and Junipers. Brush in the front, going back into a nicely wooded area. Neighbors next door. Nice home. Slopes slight to the south. Great lot for a home in the pines, with room for plenty of sunshine! Electric adjacent to the property. Lower in elevation than most on the mountain, and should allow a well that is not too deep.



Available Lots Remaining in Klamath Forest Estates







Entrance to Subdivision

Klamath County is proudly the “Home of Crater Lake National Park”. Klamath County is also the fourth largest county in Oregon encompassing more than 6100 square miles. Considered high desert, the region basks in an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. Klamath Lake, which covers 133 square miles, borders the city of Klamath Falls on the north and is the largest natural lake west of the Great Salt Lake.

The coming of the railroad in 1909 changed the economic climate. A means to ship goods was provided and the region developed its timber and agricultural resources rapidly. Today, unlimited recreational activities abound. Mountains, lakes, streams, and the high desert offer experiences ranging from mountain biking to fly-fishing. Cultural activities proliferate in theaters, museums, and historical attractions. A progressive community, Klamath Falls has an active downtown redevelopment program. A community action plan was developed and published in 1992 to set goals through 2002. Hundreds of local citizens participated.

Klamath Falls is classified as high desert with total precipitation averaging 18.05 inches annually including snowfall averaging 38.5 inches annually. Framed by the Cascade Mountains on the west, at an elevation of 4,105′, the humidity is low and temperatures seldom rise above 100.