This is a drone photo from above the property looking toward Chiloquin. These two parcels are being sold separately, but offered for sale by the same owner. You have the opportunity to make an offer on both properties and have one large parcel to add to your privacy or build a larger home! The parcels sit in a quiet court and are heavily treed with mature pines, it's very peaceful here. It is just a short walking distance down to the Williamson River for playing, fishing, or just watching the water and wildlife!
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Neighborhood Profile Lot #16 Blk3 Stillwater Way /Williamson River Pine
Chiloquin, Oregon 97624
Two gorgeous adjoining properties are being offered for sale separately from the same owner! You could purchase just one or make an offer on both! Lot # 15 is 1.05~Acres and Lot #16 is 1.04~Acres, Together=2.09~Acres! ~OWNER MAY CARRY FINANCING~
The mature pine trees that cover both parcels are home to abundant wildlife and offer privacy and beauty for a secluded homesite near the Williamson River! Members of this subdivision have a dedicated private river access with a boat launch area!
The properties sit in a quiet court in an area of custom stick-built homes. The roads are well-maintained and easy to travel. Power is to the street, and a well and septic would need to be installed. Of course, be sure and check with local jurisdictions on your plans for your property.
The small community of Chiloquin is just down the road, the subdivision sits on the edge of town. Chiloquin lies off Hwy 97 which is the main artery that connects the larger cities of Central Oregon. It would be an easy 30-minute commute to Klamath Falls.
The Williamson River flows through Chiloquin and converges with the Sprague River just southwest of town where they flow on to the Upper Klamath Lake supplying it with its primary source of fresh water.
The Klamath Basin is on the Pacific Flyway For Migratory Birds and sees over 300 species of birds come through the area, including ducks, geese, sandhill cranes, songbirds, hawks, osprey, and even pelicans! The Klamath Basin has the largest congregation of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states!
Both the Sprague and Williamson Rivers have a reputation for outstanding fly-fishing! There have even been trophy-sized trout caught here recently!
The outdoor recreation possibilities are endless here! Aside from the water recreation of boating, swimming, fishing, and rafting, there are also nearby places that have designated OHV trails, horseback trails, hiking, mountain biking, camping and so much more!
In the winter months, you can enjoy all that the nearby Cascade Mountain snow has to offer, with nearby downhill and cross-country ski areas, sledding, tubing, and snowmobiling!
There is just so much to do in this beautiful area! It sits in the rain shadow of the mighty Cascades, so it doesn't get the typical rainfall that Oregon is famous for. It is considered a high desert, but water is everywhere, from the clear rivers, alpine lakes, and streams, to wetlands, marshes, and tributaries. At around 4,300 ft. elevation, it does get cold here in the winters, but the summers are warm and pleasant.
Give us a call for more information on this incredible opportunity to purchase two adjoining parcels! (541) 405-4145
Klamath County parcel map showing the dimensions and shape of the property as well as the adjoining parcel which is also for sale from the same owner. The owner may be willing to carry the financing!
This is a drone photo from above the property showing the proximity to the Williamson River. It is less than 1/4 mile away!
It's peaceful here, and the trees really add to the privacy. You can hear the wind blowing gently through the trees. the squirrels chattering to each other, and birds calling overhead on their way down to the river.
This is a Google Earth map showing the location of the properties elevated so you can get a better idea of their shape and size. You can also get a better idea of just how close the properties are to the Williamson River! The photo of the Canadian Geese swimming in the river was taken at the private river access that is reserved for the residents of this subdivision.
The property is heavily forested, and there are many possible building sites. Bring your house plans and explore the possibilities!
Klamath County has many clear year-round rivers and pristine alpine lakes. There are wildlife refuges, State Parks, wetlands, marshes, and abundant wildlife. It sits on the Pacific Flyway for Migratory Birds and sees over 300 species of birds come through the area. The local fauna includes black bears, elk, deer, mountain lions, rabbits, squirrels, fox, racoons, skunks and many others. It is rural here, and you will have wildlife just out of your back door!
Crater Lake National Park is just 40 miles away and is Oregon’s only National Park! Crater Lake is fed from rain and snow melt and is amazingly clear. At 1,949 feet deep, it is the deepest lake in the nation and is absolutely breathtaking! The entire park is unbelievably beautiful!
The roads to the property are very well maintained compacted dirt, cinders, and gravel. We had no trouble at all accessing the property. It's very easy to find, the roads are well marked, just look for our signs!
There are native shrubs and grasses that comprise the understory of the mature pines. There are also native grasses and wildflowers in the spring.
With over an acre in size, there are many possible building sites. Bring your house plans and explore the possibilities!
We took this photo at the bridge over the Williamson River on the way to the property. You could be crossing this gorgeous river everyday on the way to your new home! The water is so crystal clear that even though the water is fairly deep here, we could clearly see every rock on the bottom.
The local fauna includes black bears, elk, deer, mountain lions, rabbits, squirrels, fox, racoons, skunks and many others. It is rural here, and you will have wildlife just out of your back door!
Agency Lake and the Wood River Wetlands are just a few miles West. You can also travel north about 5 miles on Hwy 97 to the Klay-Mo-Ya Casino or on to Bend, Oregon which is the largest city in Central Oregon and a hub for recreational, cultural, educational, agricultural and artistic events.
There are miles of dedicated snowmobile trails to explore! In the summer months, hiking, OHV/ATV, horseback riding, mountain biking, bird and wildlife watching, fishing, boating, and fly-fishing are all popular here!
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!
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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