Your 5 acres of Klamath is nestled between the Winema National Forest and the small township of Beatty. It’s a remote spot, a secluded and rugged landscape surrounded by stunning natural beauty and a perfect base from which to explore, create your perfect lifestyle, or embark on an adventure. Klamath County is an Oregon gem. A diverse and abundant natural playground, with plentiful wildlife, lush forests, lakes and mountain ranges. You can even spot the mountains to the west from your property. It’s all waiting to be discovered.
It’s all about the lifestyle around here, and your options are endless. The locals will tell you with some pride that Klamath experiences 300 days of sunshine. You won’t be spending too much time in the shade that’s for sure. Hike in lush mountain ranges, fly fish in crystal clear lakes, hunt, or mountain bike, there is something for everyone here. The Sprague River sits just south of the property and is a beautiful setting to let loose with the fly. Even closer is the Wild Billy Lake, a private 200-acre lake offering up trophy rainbow trout. In the forests to the north, you’ll spot elk, antelope, and deer. Further north you’ll find Mt. Scott and perhaps Klamath’s true claim to fame, the stunning Crater Lake National Park. The ancient volcanic basin provides crystal clear waters and an impossibly picturesque mountain range. Birdwatcher? Klamath Marsh Wildlife Refuge is a natural marshland and bird sanctuary.
Your remote slice of serenity is zoned Rural Residential. That leaves you with plenty of options for the build. Your home could be manufactured or mobile, and as small as 300 square feet. Set up a hunting cabin, or a solar-powered bunker for the impending apocalypse ;).There is no time limit to build and temporarily parking your RV is allowed. Or, if all else fails you’ve got the makings of the greatest camping spot ever here.
Klamath County, population 66,380 (ish), is dotted with friendly communities, welcoming townships and diverse natural landscapes. The tiny town of Beatty is just a 15-minute drive away and has a post office, a church, and the Palomino Deli and Mini Mart. Sarah runs the joint and will welcome you with a smile, a friendly chat, and a tasty pepperoni stick. Chiloquin is also close by, and a very popular fly-fishing town set on the banks of the Williamson River. The town of Klamath Falls is just over an hour away, and you can reach the Crater Lake National Park is roughly 1 hour 30 mins. What a spot.
Your plot is a picture of classic pine-covered Klamath. The rolling, gradually sloped land is well forested, with lodgepole pine, juniper, and sparse low vegetation. There is a flat area about 3 acres in size that could serve as your building site. You’ll want to come in hot with the 4WD, and the dirt roads may be impassable in the winter or during heavy rains. Water would be a well, water haul, and holding tank or other similar options. There is a transmission line nearby, but there is no power post near the property, so power could be by solar, wind or generator.
The pioneering days of the Oregon trail may be long gone, but there is still untapped adventure to be found around here. Break yourself off a piece of Klamath County, and you could be roasting trout on an open fire by next Spring. So as they say in these parts, “Meet me in Klamath!” – sounds like a good plan.
|Street Address||N/A, Partin Dr, Beatty, OR 97621|
|Legal Description||A parcel of land situated in the NE ¼ of Section 6, Township 36 South, Range 13 East of Willamette Meridian, Klamath County, Oregon, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a 1 ½ inch iron pipe with brass cap marking the Southeast corner of said Northeast quarter of Section 6, 384.84 feet to a ½ inch iron pin marking the point of beginning for this description; thence continuing North 00 degrees 45 minutes 25 seconds East along section line, 510.00 feet to a ½ inch iron pin, thence leaving said section line West 488.99 feet, thence South 369.27 feet to a ½ inch iron pin, thence South 76 degrees, 44 minutes 08 seconds East, 495.47 feet to the point of beginning.|
|Lat/Long Coordinates||LAT/LONG COORDINATES:
NW Corner: 42.480361, -121.214886
NE Corner: 42.480367, -121.213059
SW Corner: 42.479285, -121.214895
SE Corner: 42.478957, -121.213079
|Annual Taxes||Approx. $128.00 per year|
|Zoning||(R-2) Rural Residential 2ac - 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. Call Klamath County Planning Division 541-883-5121 Option 4.|
|Access||Roads are unimproved rough dirt roads. 4WD with ground clearance is recommended. Dirt road into property is not maintained off the main road in. There is a hill before you get to get to the property.|
|Sewer||Would be by Septic|
|Water||Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option|
|Utilities||Transmission line is nearby but there was no power post near the property. Power could also be by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite TV/Internet/Phone|
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