- down (plus the doc fee)
- /Mo for 72 months (plus prorated taxes and note maintenance fee)
Your 1.47 acres of sunshine sits smack dab in the 1 place to retire in the West (according to Money magazine), Klamath County, OR. With a moderate four-season climate and 300 days of sunshine, you can spend your days hiking and mountain biking, golfing at five courses, freshwater fishing at over 100 lakes, rivers and streams, or flying high at Oregon's longest zipline.
Why should you buy land in Klamath County? The locals say that the beauty of nearby Crater Lake alone is worth it. An 183,224-Acre park containing America's deepest lake, striking geologic features & a historic lodge. Visitors to Crater Lake enjoy biking, fishing, swimming, boating, climbing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ziplining and more. There are numerous trails around the lake for hiking and accessing the swimming beach. And if you're into birdwatching, this is a mecca - it's along the largest migratory bird route in the West.
With picture-perfect mountain views as the backdrop, your property has just one neighbor and the rustic terrain is filled with bitter brush, pine, juniper trees and sage brush. Rural residential zoning and no time limit to build. Build a tiny house or camp for up to 21 days every six months. Less than a mile off the paved main road allows easy hookup to utilities. And yes, cell service is available. Ready to come call this home? Well, as they say in these parts, “Meet me in Klamath”.
Subdivision: Nimrod River Park 3rd Addition
STREET Address: N/A Cherokee St., Chiloquin, OR 97624
COUNTY: Klamath County
Size: 1.47 acres
LOT Dimensions: 353 feet x 367 feet x 535 feet
Nw: 42.469055°, -121.457313°
Ne: 42.468970°, -121.456022°
Sw: 42.468099°, -121.456101°
Se: 42.467970°, -121.456015°
Elevation: 4,360 feet
ANNUAL Taxes: Approx. per year
ZONING: CO -(R-2) Rural Residential - No time limit to build. Site built, mobile homes & manufactured homes are okay. The building code that Klamath County uses allows houses as small as 300 sq. ft. RV's 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. Tiny homes on trailer frames are registered by DMV as an RV so fall under the camping regulations. Contact Klamath County, OR Planning and Zoning Department for more info.
ACCESS: Dirt Roads
WATER: Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
SEWER: Would be by Septic
UTILITIES: Power poles 900 feet to the South. Power by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite Tv/Internet/Phone