Fall in love with Oregon mountain forest views and relax among the tranquil forest. This 1.94 acre retreat is conveniently located off highway 140. This easily accessed gorgeous Oregon mountain property is situated less than 18 minutes from the town of Bonanza, and 40 minutes from the town of Klamath Falls. Ideal topography with gentle up-slope to a flat area then up-slope. This serene mountain property offers scattered pine trees allowing for privacy and seclusion. Electric power lines are located across highway 140. There are no utilities at this property. Decompress and relax and enjoy the incredible quite country life. This country Oregon mountain property is situated less than 18 minutes away from post office, schools and groceries located in the small town of Bonanza. More shopping and other conveniences can be found in the quaint town of Klamath Falls is 40 minutes south and offers many amenities including medical center, shopping, a variety of museums, entertainment, hardware store, a skate park, and various parks. It’s time to own your own piece of heaven with scattered pine trees to offer lots of privacy and quiet country mountain road. There are many local lakes and rivers to enjoy and mountain trails to explore. This property is perfect for those looking to invest in the beautiful nature of Oregon.
The Fremont-Winema National Forest provides an endless number of fishing opportunities for the experienced and beginning angler. Beautiful rivers and streams, high elevation lakes, reservoirs, and small ponds offer just about every setting one could ask for to relax and fish, or just enjoy the magnificent scenery.
Opportunities abound to pursue or view the legendary Northwest salmon and steelhead, several species of trout, or a variety of warm-water fish.
To the East is Fremont National Forest, to the South is the Klamath Falls Lakeview State Park. All offer adventure-filled hiking paths. General elevation of the property is 5089 feet. The town of Bonanza is south of the lot via Bly Mountain Cutoff Rd and Keno Springs Rd and offers several stores, a post office, and a few eateries. This lot is great for a quick turnaround investment or a small camping lodge. Access to the property is available via gravel and paved roads that can be reached via N Kingfisher Drive. Views to the southeast of the property look onto nearby mountains. The surrounding area is mostly mountain pine forests, and is camping-friendly. There is an annual road maintenance fee of $10.00 and no time limit to build on the property.
County Name: Klamath Falls
Lot Acreage: 1.94
Address: Horned Owl Way
Legal: Klamath Falls Forest Estates Hwy 66 Plat #1, Block 10, Lot 35
GPS Coordinates: 42.356407,-121.399241
Subdivision: Klamath Falls Forest Estates
HOA: Klamath Falls Forest Road Maintenance $10.00 per year per lot
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County GIS Website: Click Here
Northwest Corner: 42.356668925285845,-121.40008929542023
Northeast Corner: 42.356670907344615,-121.3984451012941
Southwest Corner: 42.356116668876446,-121.40008292902633
Southeast Corner: 42.356116668876446,-121.39853529442473
Elevation: 5089 feet
Type of Terrain: Rectangle
Zoning: R-2 Residential Vacant Land
Is Camping Allowed on the Property: Yes, 21 days every six months
Are Animals Allowed: Yes, 2 Large Animals (Like Horses & Goats) per acre, 24 small animals (Like birds, chicken, rabbits)
What can you Build on the Property: Site built or manufactured, minimum 300 sq ft
Road Type/Surface: Dirt / Gravel Road
Conveyance: Purchased with Title Insurance – Warranty Deed
Power: Across Highway 140
Phone: Would be by Cell
Water: Would need to add well or cistern
Sewer or Septic: Septic required
CC&Rs: Klamath Falls Forest Road Maintenance Association
Time Limit To Build: None
Annual Taxes: $77.72
ABOUT THE REGION:
Out in the southern hills of Oregon lies Klamath County, with it’s inviting atmosphere for travelers eager to disconnect from a busy life and recharge. A low cost of living, rich culture, and a beautiful natural landscape makes for endless possibilities in Klamath County. Walk, hike, bike, or climb landscapes in this average of 300 days of sun per year. Also known as “Oregon’s City of Sunshine”. Klamath Falls is a high desert climate with cold snowy winters along with hot summer afternoons and cool summer nights. Klamath County is rapidly growing, thanks to savvy investors and interest in the area’s natural beauty. The time to invest in pristine Klamath County is NOW.
Klamath Falls was originally called Linkville when George Nurse founded the town in 1867. It was named after the Link River, on whose falls the city was sited. The name was changed to Klamath Falls in 1893. The falls they had in mind were apparently a series of rapids in Link River, where waters from Upper Klamath Lake spilled over a natural reef that served as the lake’s natural outlet. If you are looking or considering a new place to either move to, or, to start a business, you may wish to consider Klamath Falls / Klamath County. With a commute time of half the national average, getting around is a snap. And, with over 300 days of sunshine, Klamath boast perhaps the best weather in Oregon. There is lots to do in Klamath County / The Klamath Basin. For more information check out Click Here
The town is growing and can be a great addition to any real estate investment portfolio or keep it for future retirement or family vacation trips. Buy now while the prices are still affordable. Klamath Falls has seen the job market increase by 0.9% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 35.0%, which is lower than the US average of 38.0%. – The Sales Tax Rate for Klamath Falls is 0.0%. The US average is 6.0% The affordablilty is less than the US average of 100 at 90.2 an the unemployment rate is 6.1% in Oregon’s overall unemployment rate sits at 4.1 percent as of December 2017.
REAL ESTATE: Klamath County has a higher percentage of rural-dwelling population than Oregon overall with affordable land to build your own home or cabin for winter and summer. Homes are still affordable compared to other resort and ski towns. It’s not hard to find a home with a beautiful view and many have nice size parcels over an acre.
RECREATION: This is a beautiful area surrounded by the Klamath Mountains rugged and lightly populated mountain range in northwestern California and southwestern Oregon in the western United States. They have a varied geology, with substantial areas of serpentinite and marble, and a climate characterized by moderately cold winters with very heavy snowfall and warm, very dry summers with limited rainfall, especially in the south. The mountains are also home to a diverse array of fish and animal species, including black bears, large cats, owls, eagles, and several species of Pacific salmon. The outdoor activities are long and include hunting, fishing, mountain biking,hiking, golf, tennis, there’s also off roading, fishing, rafting, kayaking and in the winter month there’s plenty of cross country skiing, downhill skiing, and snowmobiling.
DINING: The choices for dining are unlimited from Wubba’s BBQ Shack to Black Bear diner or even a nice steak house such as Rooster’s Steak and Chop House you will not go hungry.
SHOPPING: Plenty of places for shopping from Town & Country Shopping mall to Walmart and boutiques you will find everything you need
ENTERTAINMENT: There’s a Pelican Cinema 10 movie theater, Aftershock Sportsbar & Nightclub along with many other things to do at night you just need to get out and explore.
MEDICAL: Sky Lakes Medical Center is located in beautiful Klamath Falls, Oregon, on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains in sunny southern Oregon. It is the largest private employer in the area with nearly 1,400 employees. We’re community owned, internationally accredited, and licensed for 176 beds. Some 125 physicians are on our medical staff, many of them specialists practicing at Sky Lakes-owned clinics.
POPULATION: 21,359 (2017)
AIRPORT: Crater Lake–Klamath Regional Airport (Klamath Falls Airport) (IATA: LMT, ICAO: KLMT, FAA LID: LMT) is a public use airport in Klamath County, Oregon five miles southeast of Klamath Falls, which owns it. … Kingsley Field is home to a USAF flight surgeon training school.
CLIMATE :In Klamath Falls, the summers are warm, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are very cold and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22°F to85°F and is rarely below 8°F or above 93°F. Klamath Falls, Oregon gets 14 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 39 inches of rain per year. Klamath Falls averages 35 inches of snow per year.