Residential quarter acre property in the Bley-Was Heights subdivision on the edge of the rural town of Bly, Oregon. Zoning on this property allows for either a site-built house or mobile home. It also has power, sewer and water available to the site.
The Bley-Was Heights subdivision is a lightly-developed neighborhood just 1 mile south of downtown Bly. A greenspace runs through the center of the subdivision.
Bly, Oregon, is a charming little town on Highway 140 approximately halfway between Klamath Falls and Lakeview, and 10 miles from the Gearhart Mountain Wilderness. The nearby Sprague River is a well-known fishing destination for trout, bass and perch. Fishhole Creek and the Oc & E Woods Line State Trail (at 109-miles, this is Oregon’s longest linear park) are less than a half mile walk from the property. The Star Theater, built in 1948, is a Bly architectural landmark.
Power lines run along the rear property line, and water and sewer connections are located at the street. This property is ideal for a mobile home or a house within walking distance from Bly.
Legal Description: Bley-Was Heights 1st, Block 5, Lot 16
Parcel Size: .23 acre. Approx 48′ width at front property line
Address: Henwas Loop, Bly, Oregon 97622
Nearest City: Bly: 1 mile. Klamath Falls: 55 miles. Lakeview: 44 miles. Bend: 165 miles. Medford: 133 miles.
GPS: 42.387927, -121.041562
Roads: Paved, in good condition. Driveway needs to be installed.
Power: Yes, pole is at rear property corner
Water: Yes, at front of property. Water meter needs to be installed.
Sewer: Yes, at front of property. Needs connection.
Terrain: Generally flat, slight slope onto property
Elevation: Approximately 4,400’
Title Marketable: Yes
Property Tax: Approximately $53 Annually. Paid current. For terms sales, taxes are prorated and added to monthly payment
Restrictions: Dwellings: 1000 sf minimum; mobile homes are allowed. No time restriction to build. Camping restricted to 21 days in 6 months
Zoning: CO – (RCR) Rural Community Residential
Other Information: Within walking distance of the town of Bly, Fishhole Creeks, and the Oc&E Woods State Line Trail