Owner Finance Terms: $399/mo for 60 months with $4,997 down and one-time $249 Document Fee. This includes all closing costs and loan servicing fees. Estimated county property taxes and Home Owners Association dues of approximately $18/month additional.
Special Note: This parcel is adjacent to a 8.42 acre parcel (APN 390767), which is also for sale. Both parcels together total 14.38 acres!
Just an hour north of the California border sits the rural (but not remote) community of Klamath Falls Forest Estates near Bonanza, Oregon.
Featuring some of the greatest treasures of the Pacific Northwest.
The fur trade brought the first settlers to this area in the early 1800s, and they marveled at what this land had to offer.
Hunting and fishing are just a taste of what this region is famous for. And it all sits in the backyard of this Klamath Falls Forest Estates community.
Whether it’s waterfowl hunting for duck and geese in the 23,000 acre Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, or big game hunting of deer and elk in the Klamath Falls, Keno, or Sprague Game Management Areas, Klamath County has it all on the menu.
It’s also home to Oregon’s top trophy fly fishing waters: the world-famous Williamson and Wood Rivers.
Where “lucky” fisherman are routinely rewarded with 10+ pound Rainbow trout.
And it’s just east of the massive 61,543-acre Upper Klamath Lake, embraced by the majestic Western Cascade Mountain range.
The views from this Klamath Falls Forest Estates property are something you’ll never tire of.
But sportsman activities are not the only options around here.
With Crater Lake National Park a little over 1 hour away, all-season recreational activities abound. You’ll lose yourself in the miles and miles of hiking, biking, backcountry camping, and cross-country skiing.
Crater lake is America’s deepest (1,943 feet) and cleanest lake. Revered for its intense blue color and fed entirely by rain and snow. You’ll return often for the serenity this national treasure provides, and why not?
And with so much pristine water around, it’s no surprise this region is also famous for kayaking, canoeing, and drift boat fishing. One run through the 9 1/2 mile Upper Klamath Canoe Trail, and you’ll be hooked!
The Klamath Falls Forest Estates community features rural but not remote living.
Only 11 miles away, the Lost River runs right through the nearby town of Bonanza (population 421), a former Modoc Indian village.
Named after the Spanish word for “great prosperity,” Bonanza features restaurants, groceries, a coffee shop, a gas station, and the Bonanza General Store. There are elementary and high schools. It even has it's own winery!
Bonanza is a small, friendly place known for its pleasant atmosphere to work and live. Getting to know people is easy and making lifelong friends is common.
But just in case you need a taste of the City life, Klamath Falls (population 42,000) is only 38 minutes away.
Sporting 300 days of sunshine a year, Klamath Falls offers big-box shopping (including a Walmart Supercenter and Home Depot), nightlife, plus many dining options.
The Klamath Falls Farmer’s market is your best bet for delicious farm-fresh produce, bakery goods, meats, dairy, honey, and handicrafts.
Klamath Falls is home to the Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) and the ultra-modern Sky Lakes Medical Center. It has plenty of culture with museums, antique shops, and even the historic downtown trolley!
And when your outing is over, you’ll love coming home to this exceptional nearly 6-acre lot in the Klamath Falls Forest Estates community.
Situated close to the Klamath Falls Lakeview Forest State Park, you’re in good company.
And what’s not to love with relaxing views of the cascade mountains and the valley at your feet.
Whether it’s morning coffee or dinner with family and friends, you’ll be savoring that million-dollar view for a lifetime.
And with a nearly six-acre parcel, you have everything you need to draw up plans for a retreat, full-time residence, or retirement dream home.
When it comes to self-sufficiency, Bonanza gets an above-average 214 sunny days each year. This is sure to boost your mood while generating decent power, should you decide to go solar.
But a million-dollar view doesn’t have to cost a fortune!
Offered below market value, the future steward of this land enjoys instant equity while turning their dream of an accessible mountain-view home into a reality.
What can make this property even better?
This is truly the perfect community for all the right reasons.
So let’s add it all up:
✅ Tremendous value (instant equity).
✅ 16 minutes to town (Bonanza).
✅ 38 minutes to bigger City services (Klamath Falls).
✅ Access to year-round recreational activities, including big game hunting, trophy fly fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing.
Available for the right person ready to invest in their future for only $4,997 down, a one-time $249 doc fee, and $399/mo.
Click the “Reserve Now” button to make this lake view masterpiece yours today!
Bonanza, Chiloquin, Klamath Falls, Medford, Eugene
Sparrow Dr, Bonanza, OR 97623
Klamath Falls Forest Estates Hwy 66 Plat #1 Block 18 Lot 8 Por
473 x 725
Nearby (less than 200 feet)
Need to install well
R-2 Rural Residential
An additional fee of $249 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
No interest charged for owner financing.
Owner financing includes all loan servicing fees. Estimated County property taxes and Homeowner's Association dues of $18/mo additional.
Town of Bonanza
Named after the Spanish word for “great prosperity,” Bonanza features restaurants, groceries, a coffee shop, a gas station, and the Bonanza General Store. There are elementary and high schools. It even has its own winery!
City of Klamath Falls, OR
Klamath Falls is a bustling small city of 22,000 that's close enough (but not too close) for shopping and essential services. Founded in 1867 as a logging town, the nearby Klamath Basin is part of the Oregon Trail.
Klamath Falls Lakeview Forest State Park
Only 10 minutes away, picnic under old-growth Ponderosa Pines, and keep a watchful eye for abundant wildlife–Mule Deer, Coyote and Cougar drop by every once in a while. The mixed forest is especially colorful in the fall thanks to stands of Quaking Aspen.
Crater Lake National Park
Just over an hour away, Crater Lake is famous for its deep blue color and water clarity. The park offers hiking, biking, snowshoeing, fishing, and cross-country skiing!
- Terrain: Sloped.
- Property Tax: $165.16/year
- HOA: Yes.
- Construction Permitted: One single family dwelling. Stick-built, mobile / manufactured, or modular homes.
- Time Limit To Build: None.
- RV's and Camping Allowed? Allowed but subject to county zoning regulations.
- Power: Nearby (less than 200 feet).
- Water: Need to install well.
- Sewer: Would need to install Septic.
Property Center: 42.3449123733119, -121.402550534151
Northwest Corner: 42.345361, -121.404191
Northeast Corner: 42.345287, -121.400901
Southwest Corner: 42.344262, -121.403421
Southeast Corner: 42.344748, -121.400869