Ask Timothy O'Neil
In the midst of the Southern Langell Valley is 304+ acres of Hay / Pasture ground. The property abuts the Lost River on the eastern boundary. With 250 acres of Langell Valley Irrigation District water from the Lost River. Irrigation is delivered with 2 Valley full circle 7 tower center pivots. Controlled with your smart phone. This area of the valley is phenomenal Waterfowl hunting. The property shares a boundary corner with Duck's Unlimited hunting / conservation ground. Several income options exist for this parcel. You could graze your own cattle, lease grazing rights, produce your own hay, lease the hay ground, run a waterfowl hunting operation or lease the hunting rights. There is an old home that has fallen over on the northwest corner of the acreage. You will want to check with Klamath County but it is expected that a replacement dwelling could be built. This place is ideal for a young entrepreneur. The seller will carry a note with 1/3 down. You could park your RV on the acreage while you build your home (check with Klamath County) graze your cattle and run a waterfowl hunting operation for extra income. Call Tim he would love to show you around. Shown by appointment only.