Enjoy the Gorgeous Views of Northern California from this 2.5 Acre Wooded Property. Only $230 a Month and You Will OWN It!

Payment Options

Discounted Cash Price

$7,500 $8,499
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Remainder due in 3 weeks Reserve Now

Owner Financing Price

$8,499 Plus Interest
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $230/mo. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $230/mo

Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. Put down more to save the cost of interest. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website. 


Enjoy the Beauty of Northern California with its Rolling Hills & Mountain Views. 360 degrees of Breathtaking Mountain Views on this treed 2.5 acres with electric pole on the street. Take a quick trip to the Klamath River- Plenty of Fishing, Hiking & Exploring for All Nature Lovers. Use it as a permanent home, vacation home, or even and AirBnB in this popular tourist area.

Check out the pictures of this gorgeous property and imagine getting to spend all your free time enjoying these stunning mountain views!  
Want to see more pictures and a video? Call Text or Email me and I can send you the full file! [email protected] 971-248-6715

Looking for a place to get out of the busy city and relax ? Take a look at this 2.6 acre lot in Klamath River County Estates and start imagining your dream home with amazing sunrise views over serene rolling hills. Just wide open spaces, forest and fresh air. The family will love spending quality time out in nature making memories for years to come.

Siskiyou County is located in Northern CA, just south of the Oregon border. The area has spectacular natural beauty, scenic roads, and quaint cities. Over 60% of the land in the county is designated forest and wildlife area, so if you are a nature lover this is the place to be. Not to mention 1000’S of miles of pristine rivers and lakes to enjoy as well as 100’S of mountains and hiking trails to explore. There is an adventure to be had by everyone, no matter what time of year it is. Klamath river is just down the road with some of the best trout, salmon, and steelhead fishing in California. The Krce campground is a short drive away and offers several amenities including private river access, boat ramp, RV spaces with hook ups, private pool, campground.

Own this property for only $230 a month and finally start enjoying your weekends again…. or make it permanent and escape the city life for good. This area is growing so your investment is sure to grow with it!
Use this as a weekend camping spot, or bring your RV and have some weekend fun with the area activities and nature. You’ll Never run out of things to do and places to see in this gorgeous area.

Its not too far from town when you need to do some shopping:
Montague ( 19 Min / 14.8 Miles )
Medford, OR ( 1 Hr 8 MINS / 48.1 MILES )
Shasta Lake, CA ( 1 HR , 48 Mins / 104 Miles )
Redding ( 1 Hr , 54 Mins / 111 Miles )

Have questions? Call, text or email me! 971-248-6715 or [email protected]

Address: 10928 Tiger St, Montague, CA 96064,

Google Map Link:
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:

NW GPS41.88521 -122.425011
NE GPS41.885418 -122.423182
SW GPS41.884611 -122.424759
SE GPS41.884827 -122.423053

Zoning: Residential – 600 sq ft minimum to build. Mobile Homes are allowed.
Camping/RVs: Only in the KRCE campground
LOA – (530) 475-3555
No Hunting allowed

Property Information

Parcel Size






Nearest Cities

Montague ( 19 Min / 14.8 Miles )

Parcel Number



10928 Tiger St, Montague, CA 96064, USA

Legal Description

Unit 5 Lot 22 KRCE







Paved Road


Power is on the street


Would be Well or Delivery


Oil/ Gas


41°53’07.5″N 122°25’23.5″W


Residential – see above for description.

Purchase Information/Fees

$119/year ($10/month)

Property Taxes

$10/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties

$228/year ($19/mo)


(530) 475-3555


Note Servicing Fee

Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.

Siskiyou County California

Siskiyou County is located in inland northern California, adjacent to the Oregon border. As the fifth largest county in California by area, Siskiyou County features spectacular natural beauty and scenic cities and towns.

Mount Shasta

The gorgeous Mouth Shasta

Mount Shasta is a potentially active volcano at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California. At an elevation of 14,179 feet, it is the second-highest peak in the Cascades and the fifth-highest in the state. Mount Shasta has an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles, which makes it the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc. The mountain and surrounding area are part of the Shasta–Trinity National Forest.

Lake Siskiyou

Welcome to Lake Siskiyou with panoramic views of Mt Shasta and the Shasta Trinity National Forest.

Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir formed by Box Canyon Dam on the Sacramento River, in far northern California, near the town of Mt. Shasta, California. It is the site of local recreation, as well as being used for watershed protection and flood control.

Mossbrae Falls

Take a dip and enjoy Mossbrae Falls

Mossbrae Falls is a waterfall flowing into the Sacramento River, in the Shasta Cascade area in Dunsmuir, California. The falls are located just south of the lower portion of Shasta Springs. Access to the falls is via a mile-long hiking trail on the Union Pacific Railroad right of way; the City of Dunsmuir is seeking to finish a safe hiking trail that will include a bridge over the river.

Castle Lake

Spend the day hiking, fishing and backpacking

Castle Lake is a glacial lake located in the Trinity Mountains, in Siskiyou County of northern California. It is west of Mount Shasta City and Mount Shasta peak. The outlet of the lake drains into Castle Lake Creek, and then into Lake Siskiyou reservoir, part of the headwaters of the Sacramento River. Nearly all of the lake’s 47 acres are within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Trails lead from Castle Lake into the adjacent Castle Crags Wilderness area, and on to Castle Crags State Park, including trails to Little Castle Lake and Heart Lake. Fishing, camping, and hiking are also available at or near the lake.

Marble Mountain Wilderness

Wow, these views are spectacular

The Marble Mountain Wilderness is a 241,744-acre wilderness area located 60 miles southwest of Yreka, California, in the United States. It is managed by the United States Forest Service and is within the Klamath National Forest in Siskiyou County. The land was first set aside in April 1931 as the Marble Mountain Primitive Area, which comprised 234,957 acres. It was one of four areas to gain primitive status under the Forest Service’s L-20 regulations that year. In 1964, it became a federally designated wilderness area when the U.S. Congress passed the Wilderness Act. The name comes from the distinctive coloration caused by light-colored limestone along with black metamorphic rock on some peaks, giving the mountains a marbled appearance. There are at least five different rock types identified here. The wilderness is in the Klamath Mountains geomorphic province. The horseshoe-shaped Salmon Mountains are at the core of the wilderness with Marble Mountain being a north-trending spur ridge of the Salmons. The highest point in the Marbles is Boulder Peak at 8,299 feet. 

Lower Falls, McCloud River

Just one of the 3 waterfalls you will see on your hike!

The McCloud River Trail passes three beautiful waterfalls as it winds through a canyon of basalt lava rock. This smooth, well maintained trail offers summer swimming, fall foliage, and an early spring thaw, making it fun and accessible year-round. 

Klamath River

Aerial view of the river

The Klamath River flows from a broad patchwork of lakes and marshes at the foot of the Cascade Mountains on the California-Oregon border, and winds southwest into California. After passing through five hydropower dams, the river reaches the Pacific Ocean south of the fishing community of Crescent City.

The river has been home to indigenous people for thousands of years and tribes including the Yurok, Karuk, Hoopa, Shasta and Klamath rely on, and care for, the river today.

Klamath River salmon runs were once the third-largest in the nation, but have fallen to just eight percent of their historic numbers. Chinook and coho salmon, steelhead and coastal cutthroat trout, green and white sturgeon, and Pacific lamprey all rely on the Klamath.