- down (plus the doc fee)
- down for 72 months (plus prorated taxes and note maintenance fee
Your 1.7 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.
The locals say that the beauty of nearby Crater Lake is reason alone to settle down here. 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.
The county was named for the Klamath, the tribe of Native Americans living in the area at the time the first European explorers entered the region. The area offers excellent medical facilities, a major airport and great shopping. Cook up your own camp meals, or enjoy a variety of dining options in Klamath county from fine dining to fast food. We hear the Waffle Hut is a must. Many smaller high tech companies are being attracted to the area and you'll meet like-minded folk who live in Klamath because of its clean air, clean water, low crime and low cost of living.
The nearby town of Beatty was named for J. L. Beatty, a missionary who lived nearby when the area was in the Klamath Indian Reservation. Beatty actually had a station on the Oregon, California and Eastern Railway, back in the day. It's secluded enough for you to live peacefully yet close enough to larger areas for supplies and medical needs.
With a view of the mountains in the background, your rustic property is filled with dry grasses & sage brush, and peppered with trees. Rural residential zoning and no time limit to build. Build a tiny house or camp for up to 21 days every six months. And yes, cell service is available. For a low down payment, get ready to come call this home.
Note: This property was on the very edge of the Bootleg fire in July of 2021. The brush was burned off this property which make for easier access to the whole property. The larger trees do have some burned areas lower on the trunks, but most of the larger trees appear to be in good condition and will likely live on. The photos were taken in late July after the fire was done.
Meet me in Klamath.
Subdivision: Oregon Pines
STREET Address: N/A, near Charlpine Rd, Chiloquin, OR 97624
COUNTY: Klamath County
Size: 1.7 acres
LOT Dimensions: 455 feet (Northern Leg) x 480 feet (Eastern Leg) x 339 feet (Southern Leg)
Legal Description: Lot 36, Block 18, Oregon Pines, as same is shown on plat filed June 30, 1969 duly recorded in the office of the county recorder of said county.
NW: North: 42.536536, -121.385991
Ne: South: 42.535292, -121.386546
Sw: West: 42.535825, -121.387373
Elevation: 4,803 ft
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: Property can be accessed via Charlpine Rd.
WATER: Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
SEWER: Would be by Septic
UTILITIES: Power by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite Tv/Internet/Phone