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Oregon, Klamath County, 2.56 Acres

LOT 26 Klamath Falls Forest Estates, Bonanza, Oregon 97623

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2.56Acres
Klamath Falls Forest Estates Lot 26 2.56 Acres Beautiful parcel on the south side of Bly Mountain, above the small town of Bonanza. In unit 1. Zoned for one home. Manufactured homes and animals OK. Open areas in which to build. Nice variation of trees. Good access by gravel road. Sits on the far south end of Chicken Hawk Drive, just 200-400 feet east of Sparrow Hawk.
$16,000

Oregon, Klamath County, 2.56 Acres

LOT 26 Klamath Falls Forest Estates, Bonanza, Oregon 97623
2.56Acres
Klamath Falls Forest Estates Lot 26 2.56 Acres Beautiful parcel on the south side of Bly Mountain, above the small town of Bonanza. In unit 1. Zoned for one home. Manufactured homes and animals OK. Open areas in which to build. Nice variation of trees. Good access by gravel road. Sits on the far south end of Chicken Hawk Drive, just 200-400 feet east of Sparrow Hawk.
$16,000

Oregon, Klamath County, 2.56 Acres

LOT 26 Klamath Falls Forest Estates, Bonanza, Oregon 97623
$16,000

Gate Creek Ranch

55100 Smock, Tygh Valley, Oregon 97063

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676Acres
Tygh Valley, Oregon 676 acre ranch for sale. This property includes 145 acres of apples and cherries. The majority of the apples are new Honey Crisp apples - young, high-density plantings which should be very good income earners in this location (cooler, higher elevation fruit that is a 90%+ red in the fall).
$4,600,000

Gate Creek Ranch

55100 Smock, Tygh Valley, Oregon 97063
676Acres
Tygh Valley, Oregon 676 acre ranch for sale. This property includes 145 acres of apples and cherries. The majority of the apples are new Honey Crisp apples - young, high-density plantings which should be very good income earners in this location (cooler, higher elevation fruit that is a 90%+ red in the fall).
$4,600,000

Gate Creek Ranch

55100 Smock, Tygh Valley, Oregon 97063
$4,600,000

Pine Mountain Ranch

56405 Spencer Wells Rd, Bend, Oregon 97701

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440Acres
Pine Mountain Ranch is 440 acres of deeded private land that adjoins thousands of acres of public land (BLM and USFS) with private access to Pine Mountain. This Central Oregon ranch for sale is the perfect fit for any outdoorsman, horseman, ATV enthusiast, hunter, or buyer that just wants extreme privacy and social distancing with a convenient location.
$1,695,000

Pine Mountain Ranch

56405 Spencer Wells Rd, Bend, Oregon 97701
440Acres
Pine Mountain Ranch is 440 acres of deeded private land that adjoins thousands of acres of public land (BLM and USFS) with private access to Pine Mountain. This Central Oregon ranch for sale is the perfect fit for any outdoorsman, horseman, ATV enthusiast, hunter, or buyer that just wants extreme privacy and social distancing with a convenient location.
$1,695,000

Pine Mountain Ranch

56405 Spencer Wells Rd, Bend, Oregon 97701
$1,695,000
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2.43Acres
Klamath County Oregonland for saleTrees - small gully.SIZE: 2.43 +/- acresAPN#: R266205MapTaxLot#: R-3510-023C0-04000-000LEGAL DESCRIPTION: First Addition to Klmath Forest Estates, Block 31, Lot 18STATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: southside of Canadian HonkerGPS (approx.): GPS: 42.518331 , -121.
$14,900

Rolling lot with small gully * Mobiles and Modulars allowed *

Canadian Honker, Sprague River, Oregon
2.43Acres
Klamath County Oregonland for saleTrees - small gully.SIZE: 2.43 +/- acresAPN#: R266205MapTaxLot#: R-3510-023C0-04000-000LEGAL DESCRIPTION: First Addition to Klmath Forest Estates, Block 31, Lot 18STATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: southside of Canadian HonkerGPS (approx.): GPS: 42.518331 , -121.
$14,900

Rolling lot with small gully * Mobiles and Modulars allowed *

Canadian Honker, Sprague River, Oregon
$14,900

Treed parcel on Tableland Mesa

Tableland road, Sprague River, Oregon

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40Acres
Klamath County Oregon40 Treed acres 1/4 mile north of Tableland roadSIZE: 40+/- acresAPN#: R276089map Tax Lot#: 3511-00000-05500LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW4SW4 of section 28, T35S, R11E, of the Willamette Meridian. STATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: 27 miles NE of Klamath Falls 1/4 mile North of Table land roadGIS (approx.): NW: 42.504092 , -121.427972 ; NE: 42.504013 , -121.
$59,000

Treed parcel on Tableland Mesa

Tableland road, Sprague River, Oregon
40Acres
Klamath County Oregon40 Treed acres 1/4 mile north of Tableland roadSIZE: 40+/- acresAPN#: R276089map Tax Lot#: 3511-00000-05500LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW4SW4 of section 28, T35S, R11E, of the Willamette Meridian. STATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: 27 miles NE of Klamath Falls 1/4 mile North of Table land roadGIS (approx.): NW: 42.504092 , -121.427972 ; NE: 42.504013 , -121.
$59,000

Treed parcel on Tableland Mesa

Tableland road, Sprague River, Oregon
$59,000
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1.45Acres
Klamath County Oregonland for saleDrews Road * Paved road Sprague River Valley viewsHaze is from the fires in CaliforniaSIZE: 1.45 +/- acresAPN#: R342070MapTaxLot#: R-3611-003D0-05400-000LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 8, Block 20, Second addition to Nimrod River ParkSTATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: north side of Drews road. 2nd lot west of HarneyGPS (approx.): 42.471821 , -121.
$10,900

Sprague river valley Views wIth paved road frontage & Power at road

north side Drews Road, Sprague River, Oregon
1.45Acres
Klamath County Oregonland for saleDrews Road * Paved road Sprague River Valley viewsHaze is from the fires in CaliforniaSIZE: 1.45 +/- acresAPN#: R342070MapTaxLot#: R-3611-003D0-05400-000LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 8, Block 20, Second addition to Nimrod River ParkSTATE: OregonCOUNTY: KlamathGENERAL LOCATION: north side of Drews road. 2nd lot west of HarneyGPS (approx.): 42.471821 , -121.
$10,900

Sprague river valley Views wIth paved road frontage & Power at road

north side Drews Road, Sprague River, Oregon
$10,900
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Understanding Land Use Planning in Oregon

Understanding Land Use Planning in Oregon

In 1973, as one of the early adopters of land use planning, Oregon identified 19 statewide planning and development goals. These goals outline how the state balances development with the conservation and protection of its natural resources. read more…

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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Oregon. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Oregon for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Americans have been arriving in Oregon through the Columbia River Gorge since 1804 when Meriwether Lewis and William Clark sailed through during the Corps of Discovery Expedition. The Columbia River Highway was carved out of the cliffs in 1916 and the two-lane passageway, punctuated by intricate stonework and artful bridges is still the best way to see this natural wonder. Some 77 waterfalls tumble off ridges and sheer walls that soar 2,000 feet above the river, including Multnomah Falls, America’s second-highest year-round plunge at 620 feet accomplished in two dramatic drops.

In the 1800s an estimated 400,000 settlers made their way 2,000 miles west by wagon train on the Oregon Trail. They may have heard tales of impossibly tall forests and rich, fertile valleys but the first land they encountered in Oregon is the unrelenting scrub desert lands of the eastern two-thirds of the state. Most moved on but some stayed and carved ranches from the high desert; rustic properties that still hit the market today.

In recent years one of the hottest real estate markets in the Beaver State has been the four-season recreation destination of Deschutes County on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Most Oregonians are settled just across the Cascades in the Willamette Valley that stretches from Portland in the north down to Medford and the great Oregon fruit orchards in the south.

Oregon features 363 miles of Pacific Ocean and all of it is public – there are over 80 state parks and recreation areas on the coast. The land here can be bought but not developed and owners grant a perpetual easement to pedestrians. The upside is there are no property taxes. The climate in the coastal rain forests is cool, the sunny days rare, the views unspoiled and the fly-fishing world-class. Only a few roads cross the coastal mountains so large swaths of the Oregon Coastal counties remain undeveloped.

Frequently Asked Questions

Oregon is a state situated in the Northwest region of the United States. Salem is the capital of the state. Portland is the largest city in the state. Other important cities in the state are Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Beaverton, and Bend. Washington, California, Idaho, and Nevada are the neighboring states of Oregon.

Some Facts About Oregon

  1. Oregon has the greatest number of ghost towns in the country.
  2. The gorge of the Columbia River is considered to be the best for windsurfing.
  3. The deepest lake in the United States is Crater Lake. It is formed by the remains of a dormant volcano. The lake was formed 6500 years ago.
  4. The state has a total of 159 yurts situated in 19 parks. Yurts are circular domed tents for camping.
  5. The Florence sea cave discovered in 1880 is the world’s largest sea cave.
  6. Out of the 9 lighthouses along the coastline, 5 are still in use and the remaining 4 are declared as historic monuments.
  7. The state’s largest park is the Silver Falls State Park. It has 10 waterfalls.
  8. The International Rose Test Garden is being cultivated since 1917. It has more than 500 varieties of roses.
  9. Lane County boasts the country’s most photographed lighthouse. It is the Heceta Head Lighthouse that attracts so many tourists.
  10. Portland is known for its remarkable urban planning. It is often called the city of roses.

Why buy a Property or House in Oregon?

Oregon boasts mesmerizing scenic beauty. The state has some wonderful cities to get settled in. There are many outdoor and recreational activities to do like hiking, fishing, camping, skiing and boating. The state also provides various employment opportunities in different fields. Portland and Hillsboro offer jobs in software and technology fields. The cuisine is delicious with several options including food carts for a quick meal. The state is quite diverse with people of different ethnicities.

How Is the Climate in Oregon?

According to Koppen’s climate classification, Oregon has a temperate oceanic climate. Summers are cool and winters are wet and overcast. The eastern region, however, has a cool arid climate. Precipitation varies according to the region. It is high in the western regions with an annual precipitation of 200 inches whereas it is 5 inches in eastern regions. The Cascade Range experiences the most snowfall ranging between 300 to 550 inches. The annual average snowfall along the coastal regions ranges between 1 to 3.5 inches.

What Is the Cost of Living in Oregon?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base and considered as 100. An index is calculated for each state and compared with this base. An index above 100 indicates that the state is expensive. On the other hand, if the index is less than 100 then it indicates otherwise. The cost of living in Oregon is 113.5. This indicates that the state is more expensive than many other states.

How is the Real Estate Market in Oregon Performing?

The real estate market in Oregon is hot right now. The average value of a house in Oregon is $361,970. This is a 2.8% increase from last year’s values. It is anticipated that the values are further going to rise by 2.15. The average price of a house that is listed in Oregon is $383,700. The average selling price is $347,500. The average price of rent is $1,850. Portland is the costliest place with a median value of $417,800. Springfield, on the other hand, is relatively cheaper with a median value of $225,100.

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