10 acres in Lake County, Oregon
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Details about the Land
Description of the Land
SIZE: 10+/- acres
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T36S, R23EWM, Section 23, SW4SE4SW4
Parcel #1900 on Plat map
GENERAL LOCATION: about 8 miles east of Plush
GENERAL ELEVATION: 4500 ft
GENERAL INFORMATION: No restrictions. Camp, RV, Build.
TYPE OF TERRAIN: mostly level, small creek runs through property. N. Fork of Honey Creek.
WATER: no. must install well or holding tank
SEWER: No. Only needed when/if you build.
PROPERTY TAX: about $45 a year
CLOSING/DOC. FEES: $89.
TIME LIMIT TO BUILD: none
Map of Plush, Oregon,
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