4.15 Acres, Prineville OR, Parcel 004227

Financing: $650/Per Month
Cash Price: $58200 $49,470

Sold

This buildable 4.15 acre lot is filled with high desert flora and Juniper trees. The lot has a lot of privacy and has magnificent views of the lake and valley. Power is nearby. This parcel is located roughly an hour from bend (50 miles) and 15-20 mins away from Prineville.

Land Buying Process

Deposit : $2500

Make deposit now to secure the property. All property is on a first come first serve basis. Any additional funds for the down payment are due in 10 days

This Land is already Sold Out!

State

County

City Prineville
Acreage

APN 161636B0-04800-4227
Zoning Residential Acreage
GPS Coordinates 44.1437, -120.7602
Google Map Link https://goo.gl/maps/iv8DqP6cLmjfbdSB9
Access SW Remmington RD
Annual Taxes 73.22
HOA PRINEVILLE LAKE ACRES UNIT 2
Minimum Down Payment $9000
Term (months) 120
Monthly Payment $650
Documentation Fee $399
Purchase Price $58200
Cash Discount 15 %
Discounted Price $49470
Documentation Fee $399

Crook County was established on October 24, 1882. It was created from the southern part of Wasco County and named after U.S. Army Major-General George Crook, a hero of the Snake Indian Wars. Geographically Crook County, with a population of approximately 26,845, is Oregon’s most centrally located county. It was been reduced from its original size of 8,600 square miles to 2,991 square miles by the creation of Jefferson County in 1914 and Deschutes County in 1916. The county seat, Prineville, was established in 1882 by the Legislative Assembly. Prineville was named in honor of the town’s first merchant, Barney Prine. Powell Butte, Post and Paulina are the other communities found within the County.

Development of Crook County was slow in the early years because the Cascade Mountains formed an imposing barrier to travel. But the discovery of the Santiam Pass in 1859 and the subsequent development of the Santiam Wagon Road helped spur the settlement of the Crook County area. Finally, in 1862 a supply train with cattle crossed the Scott Trail.

Crook County is rich in forests, rangelands and irrigated agricultural fields. Livestock, forest products, recreation, agriculture, manufacturing and wholesale trade traditionally comprise the major industries found within the county. Recently, a new technology sector has moved into Crook County, with Apple and Facebook building facilities, helping provide jobs and boost the economy. The elevation of Prineville is 2,868 feet and receives an average of 10.5 inches of moisture per year. Nights are cool and daytime temperatures are moderate. The average temperature in January is 31.8 degrees F and in July it is 64.5 degrees F.

We believe in our Land so much that, when you buy, we are willing to offer a 30-day guarantee* with no questions asked. If you are not happy with your investment for any reason, simply give us a call and we will refund your money or move you into a different property of your choice. We would rather keep you as a friend and potential client than lose you over something you are not satisfied with. We offer 365-day property exchange guarantee*, in the first 365 days If you are not happy with your investment for any reason, simply give us a call and we will exchange monies paid* for another property of your choice.

All of our contracts also have a 10 day due diligence period where if for any reason you don’t want the property you will be refunded all monies paid for toward that property with no fees.

*What you paid for the property excluding any fees (e.g. closing costs, document fees, finance fees, taxes, etc.).