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Land for sale in Chemult Oregon

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$750,000 7.38 acres 13000 sqft
109256 North Highway 97, Chemult, OR 97731 - Klamath County

7.38 acres Chemult, OR

All Aboard! Restaurant and motel in Chemult, Central Oregon's only Amtrack Station. Restaurant with bar and lotto games. 16 unit motel. 4 adjacent commercial properties total, with 4 homes included. Great for hunting, fishing, tourism. (Broker only represents the real estate, not the businesses.) Additional tax lots include 00500, 00400, 01200, 01600.
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$299,000 4.75 acres
94401 North 97 Highway, Chemult, OR 97731 - Klamath County

4.75 acres Chemult, OR

The restaurant property is in operation and is ready for owner who wants to use their own ideas and creativity in business. The Living quarter are a separate garage/shop which is two stories featuring two bedroom with two bathrooms. The property has a Restaurant located on the junction of Hwy 97 and Hwy 138 with easy ingress and egress, also RV Park with power, water, sewer. Even in winter the RV park has overnighter's do to location to Snow Recreation areas, nearby are Diamond Lake Resort and Crater Lake National Park. Brings RVs and hungry snow enthusiasts. Also do to the proximity to Hwy 97 and Hwy 138 for Truckers. The Restaurant seating is approximately 50 person. There is an additional building available for use, prior use quick stop
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$146,500 2.36 acres 4000 sqft
100131 Hwy 97, Chemult, OR 97731 - Klamath County

2.36 acres Chemult, OR

Great Opportunity to pick up this 26 Unit Storage Building. There is also a RV Bay in front of the Storage Units. Completely Fenced.
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$51,000 40 acres
0-LOT 102 MASTEN BUTTE Road, Chemult, OR 97733 - Klamath County

40 acres Chemult, OR

This property would be great for recreation with deer and elk in the area and fishing very close by. There appears to be some good value in the timber and some selective harvesting and thinning could be done now but there should be a substantial harvest within the next 10 to 20 years. This would be a great property to pick up and recreate on for the next several years as more timber matures and then either harvest it or sell it to someone else to harvest.