This large 5.04~Acre parcel sits high above the Sprague River on a majestic tableland plateau with the foothills of the mighty Cascade Mountains in the background. With around 300 days of sunshine per year, many people in this area opt to live off-grid with solar or wind for alternate power sources. There is plenty of room here to bring your horses and explore the millions of acres of forest lands in the area! If you choose not to build here right away, this would make a great spot for a vacation base-camp. Wilderness surrounds you here, and the only noise you hear is the wind gently blowing across the plateau.
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Neighborhood Profile #400 Tableland Road
Sprague River, Oregon 97639
This large 5.04~acre parcel just outside the community of Sprague River offers the peace and tranquility of living in a rural place, without being remote. This would be a great place to live off-grid! Power is available, but pretty far away. If you choose to bring in power, be sure and check with the utility companies for distance and costs.
The area gets plenty of sunshine, and many people out here choose to live off-grid with solar or wind as their alternative power source! There are neighbors out here, but they are few.
It is only about 4 miles to the paved, county, Drews Road which leads to the nearby town of Sprague River (population approx. 700), or on to the next closest town of Chiloquin which is about 20 minutes to the northwest.
If you are looking for larger city amenities, the city of Klamath Falls is only about an hour away. They have large stores like Walmart and Home Depot. The Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) is there, as well as hospitals, cultural events, museums, restaurants, concerts and an active nightlife. The Kla-Mo_Ya Casino is also nearby, just outside of Chiloquin.
The Sprague River runs through the lush valley below the tableland plateau where this property lies, and is only about 4 miles away, with numerous access points for fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, or kayaking, canoeing or just enjoying the water flow peacefully by.
This property feels like you are out in the wilderness, with kind of an Old-West vibe, the feeling of freedom from a busy lifestyle. With this property, you can have that feeling and still be close to amenities and activities, or a quick trip down to the store, deli, gas station, or post office in Sprague River.
The property adjoining this one is also for sale by the same owner! Make an offer on both and increase your property to over ten acres!
If this quiet country property sounds good to you, and you would like more information, give us a call!
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!
This is a county map showing the location of the property and the surrounding parcels. Lot #500 is also for sale from the same owner, and is 5.05 acres. Make an offer on both for a large, over 10-acre property!
The property would need a well and septic before you build. Power is a distance away, but people living in the area have used solar and/or wind successfully as an alternate power source. Be sure and check with local jurisdictions on the costs and viability of your plans. Mobile homes are allowed here, as well as stick-built homes. If you have dreams of living off-grid, this may be a perfect spot for you!
The Sprague River and Williamson Rivers are both nearby, and offer world-class fly fishing! There have been numerous trophy-sized trout caught here, some over 10 pounds!
This is a parcel map showing how close you are to the Sprague River and the paved county road. When you are on the property, it feels like you are way out in the country, with the peace and tranquility of a country lifestyle. It is so nice to have that, and also be so close to the paved road ( just a little over 3 miles) and only a few minutes to the community of Sprague River.
This photo of the Sprague River was taken a few miles west of the property near the town of Chiloquin where the Sprague and Williamson Rivers meet before flowing onto the Upper Klamath Lake where they provide the lake with its primary intake of fresh water. The rivers are famous for excellent fly-fishing, boating, swimming, fishing, floating, or just watching the water flow peacefully by.
The property would need a well, Klamath County well logs show that wells in the area are productive. They are not on the property, but there are even natural springs nearby! It would also need to have a perk for septic. If you plan to bring in power, be sure and check with the utility companies to verify distance and costs.
If you choose not to build right away, this property will make a great place for a base camp or vacation spot to explore the nearby wilderness, lakes, and rivers. The Freemont-Winema National Forest is nearby with over 1,000,000 acres of public lands! If you love outdoor activities, this is the perfect place! Hunting, fishing, horseback riding, fly-fishing camping, hiking, OHV riding, there is so much to do!
The thing that hit me first when I stepped out of the car on the property is how quiet it is here. All you hear is the warm wind blowing across the plateau and an occasional bird passing overhead. It is so incredibly peaceful here! If you need a quiet place to come and connect back to nature and rejuvenate, this may be the perfect spot! In the springtime, wildflowers blanket the flatlands in a sea of color.
The town of Chiloquin is about 20 minutes away and has a hardware store, a market, community center, health center, and some shops, but for larger shopping trips you will want to head to Klamath Falls, which is about an hour away. Even though it is rural out here, it is definitely not remote, it's an easy drive to town and Hwy 97 which spans Oregon from the California border to the Columbia River.
The property is at about 4,500 ft elevation, so it does get cold here in the winters, but the summers are warm and pleasant, and in the spring and fall the mornings are crisp and cool and the afternoons warm up to the perfect temperature for exploring the wilderness that surrounds you. If you have a garden you may need to start your less-hardy plants indoors to avoid the late spring frosts though.
The recreational opportunities here are endless! In the summer months, OHV/ATV, dirt bike or mountain bike riding, horseback riding, fishing, camping, hunting, hiking, whatever you love to do outdoors, there is likely a place nearby! This property has plenty of room for your horses, and with no HOA, you can even have a mini farm!
The area is in the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds. This photo of Sandhill Cranes was taken not far from the property. There are many species of birds that migrate through the area, including bald eagles! The Klamath area has the largest wintering congregation of bald eagles in the lower 48 states! Osprey, hawks, and other birds of prey are common. Many geese and ducks frequent the area. Larger animals in the area include mule deer, black bears, mountain lions, and occasionally elk pass through.
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! Remember, the lot next to this one is also offered for sale from the same owner, make an offer on both, and have over 10 acres!
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