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11.36 Acres Of Land For Sale In Klamath Falls, Oregon

11.36 ACRES
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A rare find; buildable irrigated acreage close to town. Here it is, that hard to find 11+ acres with water rights and zoned R2, just waiting for the home you want to build and your own horse barn. Nearly level, fronting on a paved road and already fenced.

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