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4.80 acres | Residential Zoning

This nearly five acre property is located on Douglas Drive in Southern Oregon. It is a very flat property, open with no trees. You have neighbors to the south about a mile away, and there are also power lines at this distance. The roads in this area are dirt, but the closest paved road is less than 2 miles from this property. As the crow flies, you are only about 2 miles north of the beautiful Sprague River. The town of Sprague River is about a half hour’s drive away, and you can reach Klamath Falls in less than 90 minutes. This is a perfect location for the nature lover.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 6371
Size 4.80 acres
Dimensions 334' x 630' x 337' x 630'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code R2 (Rural Residential)
Zoning Definition

R2 (Rural Residential):
Single-family dwelling, manufactured home, small animals and large animals per country regulations, and accessory buildings are allowed. Small scale hobby farming is allowed. Structures not to exceed 35’ in height.

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Location

County Klamath
State Oregon

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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 3611 001A0 01800
Estimated Annual Taxes $53.09
Legal Description

Lot 1 of Block 62, Nimrod River Park Fifth Edition, as shown and recorded on the Klamath County Records, State of Oregon.

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