This property sits high on the hilltop within the subdivision offering gorgeous views! Tall, mature trees offer privacy and a feeling of being out in the forest. It's quiet here, the sound of the wind in the tall pine trees is the first noise you hear. Imagine, sitting out on the balcony of your new home, listing to the birds and the warm breeze blowing through the trees. This is that property you have been dreaming of for your new home! A place to relax, to come home to peaceful surroundings, and with these three properties being sold together, you will have enough room to build that house you have always wanted!
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Neighborhood Profile #12,#13, #4 Pine Ridge Loop and Royal Coachman Dr
Chiloquin, Oregon 97624
This is a unique opportunity to purchase three parcels together totaling
2.65~Acres within the
Pine Ridge Estates Subdivision in Chiloquin!
This is a very desirable subdivision just outside of town on the hill overlooking the Williamson River! It is in an area of custom, stick-built homes. Two of these properties sit on top of the hill. Combining the third parcel on the downhill side would give you access from both Royal Coachman Drive which parallels the Williamson River, and Pine Ridge Loop at the top of the hill from the top two parcels.
The properties are within 1/4 mile from the Williamson River which starts from a spring high in the Freemont-Winema National Forest. It flows year-round and travels about 100 miles through the mountains and valleys to just about 10 miles southwest of Chiloquin where it converges with the Sprague River and flows into the Upper Klamath Lake, providing over half of the intake for the largest freshwater lake in Oregon with over 9,000 surface acres!
This majestic river meanders through the wilderness on its way to Chiloquin through a very geologically diverse area of mountains, valleys and gorges. Even in the summer the river runs very clear and is a natural treasure. Imagine being just a short walk to the river’s edge! You can swim, fish, float, fly fish, or just sit by the river in the sunshine and enjoy the water flowing peacefully by, watching the ducks and geese playing in the water. Both the Williamson and Sprague Rivers are famous for fly-fishing and trophy-sized trout!
These are some of the most sought-after parcels in the area in a subdivision of custom homes. An opportunity to purchase three of them together, for a large homesite, with unparalleled access is truly a rare find!
There are beautiful mature trees on the property for privacy and shade in the warm summer months. It does get cold here in the winter, the elevation is about 4,000 feet, but you can almost see yourself in your warm cozy new home, watching the snowflakes fall through the tall pine trees, having a warm drink, and a fire in the fireplace....This is one of those places where you stand on the property and just imagine all the possibilities and experiences you will have in your new home, a place where all of the things you have been dreaming of when you build your forever home can come true.
You may decide to build two or even three separate homes or maybe you will combine the properties for one large estate to build your custom home!
Mobile/ Modular homes are not allowed within the subdivision. The property will need to have a well and septic installed. Together, the property has successfully passed a perk test for a standard system. Power is close by. Please check with Klamath County and the HOA for building processes and permits.
Although the town of Chiloquin is small, with about 700 people, there is a hardware store, community center, market, gas station, a few small shops, and a medical clinic. They also have a volunteer fire and ambulance service. Chiloquin sits just east of Hwy 97.
If you travel south on Hwy 97, it’s about 30 minutes to the larger city of Klamath Falls for all the amenities of a larger city, and an easy commute, or for work, medical, school, or shopping. Klamath Falls is home to the Sky Lakes Medical Center, large box stores for shopping, an airport, active nightlife, great restaurants, and all the amenities you would expect from a larger city. If you travel north on Hwy 97 about 100 miles, you reach Bend, which is the largest city in Central Oregon and an epicenter for educational, spiritual, artistic, cultural, and recreational activities.
The towering Cascade Mountains to the west offer fantastic winter recreation. People travel from all over Oregon to the area to ski and snowboard at Mt. Bachelor, and the Willamette Pass, both are within an hour’s drive from here!
The area is considered a high desert, and it does get cold here in the winter, but the area receives nearly 300 days of sunshine per year! There are some late spring frosts, but the summers are warm and pleasant.
As people discover all that this beautiful area has to offer, it is becoming more and more popular! People are moving here who want to live a quieter lifestyle, spend more time outdoors, and enjoy a small tight-knit community where everyone knows you and waves when you drive by. Many people are drawn here for recreational opportunities, fall in love with the area, and then decide to make the move here permanently. We think you will too after seeing all that these gorgeous properties could have in store for you and your new homesite!
Please give us a call if you would like more information on this fantastic opportunity! Our office number is (541) 405-4145 or you can email Robert: Robert@cascadelandandhomes.com or call Robert's cell phone (541) 990-7533.
MLS Numbers: RMLS #, 22534451 WVMLS #796390, FLEX MLS #220156870
Klamath County Coordinates: Latitude 42.5963, Longitude -121.8647
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|DISTANCE FROM: ||Chiloquin |
|TO: || |
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|Agency Lake, OR ||6 miles |
|Bend, OR ||111 miles |
|Bosie, ID. || 390 miles |
|California Border || 45 miles |
|Chiloquin, OR ||0 miles |
|Collier State Park, OR ||8 miles |
|Corvallis, OR ||190 miles |
|Crater Lake, OR ||35 miles |
|Crescent Lake, OR ||70 miles |
|Diamond Lake, OR ||59 miles |
|Eugene, OR ||145 miles |
|Grants Pass, OR ||110 miles |
|Klamath Falls, OR ||27 miles |
|Klamath Wildlife Refuge, OR ||15 miles |
|Kla-Mo-Ya casino, OR ||4 miles |
|Madras, OR ||153 miles |
|Medford, OR || 85 miles |
|Mt. Shasta, CA || 107miles |
|Newberry National Volcanic Monument ||112 miles |
|Oregon Coast at Coos Bay ||220 miles |
|Portland, OR ||252 miles |
|Prineville, OR ||146 miles |
|Redmond, OR ||127 miles |
|Salem, OR ||209 miles |
|San Francisco, CA ||381 miles |
|Sprague River, OR ||25 miles |
|Three trails OHV System, OR || 62 miles |
|Willamette Pass. OR || 78 miles |
| *Distances are approximate* |
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|Nearest Major Airport Locations: || |
|Crater Lake / Klamath Regional Airport ||37 Miles |
|Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport ||84 Miles |
|Roberts Field, Redmond, OR ||127 miles |
|Eugene Airport ||157 Miles |
|Nearest Local Airport locations || |
|Chiloquin State Airport ||1 mile |
|Butte Valley Airport ||53 Miles |
|Ashland Muni-Sumner Parker Airport ||75 Miles |
|Bend Municipal Airport ||118 Miles |
| * Contact Airports for rules, regulations, schedules, |
| requirements and availability* |
This is a parcel map for the property showing the tree lots that are being sold together. They span between Pine Ridge Loop and Royal Coachman Drive, along side the Williamson River.
This photo was taken at the bridge over the river that leads to the property, about 1/4 of a mile away. This is the Williamson River as it flows into Chiloquin. The Sprague River meets the Williamson River just south of town as they flow on to the Upper Klamath Lake. Both offer world-class trophy trout fishing! The water is so clear, you can see every rock, even in the deepest channel of the river!
Wilderness surrounds you here! Chiloquin is centrally located where you can take a short drive west and be high up in the Cascade Mountains, travel east and explore the vast open spaces of the high desert plateau. The lakes and rivers of the Klamath Basin are everywhere, marshes, wetlands, creeks, and rivers seem to be around every corner. The forest surrounds you, and there are farm and pasture land, rocky hillsides, and serine, lush valleys, all within a short drive. Beauty, nature and the feeling of wide-open space is what makes this place so special.
We have stopped at many places over the years as we have explored this area and talked to people. Aside from the natural beauty here, we have met some of the nicest people. The people here are genuine, hardworking, family oriented, and welcoming. They wave when you pass by, and stop to talk in the local market. Everything moves at a little slower pace here, the priorities are different than they are in the city. The families who live here have strong ties to the land, and their communities. They know this is a special place. You will too when you take a look at this gorgeous property and all the area has to offer!
The majestic Williamson River is just a very short 1/4 mile walk from the property. These geese were taking advantage of the cool water on this sunny afternoon. You could be doing the same! Wildlife surrounds you here! If you are looking for a quieter lifestyle, but still not too far from the amenities of a nearby town, this is a great place. It's quiet, peaceful, and absolutely gorgeous here! You could walk down to the river's edge every morning!
The property will need a well and power as well as septic. Power is nearby, and the county well logs show that wells in the area are productive.
The varied landscape and terrain on this property will accommodate many different home and living styles. Make sure and check with Klamath County, this subdivision does have an HOA to help the community living standards, so get those plans approved right away and start building!
This large property offers many possible homesites. Can't you just see your new home nestled in this sunny clearing? Being on top of the hill here allows for plenty of sunshine. This picture was taken in the evening as the sun was getting ready to set over the nearby Cascade Mountains.
This map shows the layout of the parcels within the subdivision, and their proximity to the Williamson River. There is also a small public airport just outside of town.
If you love the outdoors, this is the place for you! Every season has new opportunities to get out in the wilderness! The nearby Freemont-Winema National forest has over 1,000,000 acres of public lands! Aside from the world-class fishing in the nearby rivers, there are wide-open spaces for ATV, OHV vehicles, and several designated parks for that nearby, horseback riding, camping, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, if it's an outdoor activity, there is likely a place nearby to do what you love.
The property has had a successful perk test done for a standard septic system. . The subdivision does not allow modular/mobile homes, so your plans will need to be for a stick-built home. The surrounding homes are nice, well kept, custom homes.
The tall pines on the property really give you the feeling of being out in the forest. It's quiet here. The noise you hear is just the wind in the trees and an rare, occasional neighbor passing by. It is a very peaceful spot. Perfect for your new homesite!
Although much of the area is forested, and lakes, rivers, and wetlands surround you here, it is considered high desert. This combination allows for almost 300 days of sunshine a year, and the mountains, lakes, and streams offer a wide range of recreational opportunities, including, boating, hiking, fishing, fly-fishing, paddle boarding, horseback riding, mountain biking, and a wide range of winter sports over the Willamette Pass.
There are pine, aspen, juniper and other trees on the property. Native vegetation covers the understory with sage, rabbit brush, native grasses and wildflowers.
If you enjoy bird watching, The area is on the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds where you can often see bald eagles, sandhill cranes, and over 400 species of migratory birds! In the winter months, the area has the largest congregation of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states!
The property has a variety of mature trees, and slopes upward from Royal Coachman Drive to increase the territorial views of the valley and surrounding mountains.
Crater Lake National Park is about 45 minutes away! Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the US, and is fed from snowmelt, so it is crystal clear! The park has many hiking trails, camping spots, a resort, and so much beautiful mountain country to explore! The views from here are spectacular!
This is a view from Royal Coachman Drive, the smaller property meets the road here. The road is compacted gravel, and is very well maintained.
If you are interested in this property and want more information, please call us! Our office number is (541) 405-4145 or you can email Robert: Robert@cascadelandandhomes.com or call Robert's cell phone (541) 990-7533. Don't let this exciting opportunity pass by!
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