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July 24, 2024

Leah Ghielmetti of Crater Lake Realty – Discover Your Place to Live With A Knowledgeable Agent for Buying & Selling of Homes and Property

Looking for a a reliable and knowledgeable real estate agent in the Klamath Basin? Call Leah Ghielmetti, Broker at Crater Lake Realty in Chiloquin, Oregon, serving everywhere in the Klamath Basin.

Leah Ghielmetti

Phone: 541-231-8712

Leah is born and raised in Oregon and a trusted real estate agent at Crater Lake Realty, which has one of the strongest and most talented teams in Klamath County. She specializes in Home sales, Ranches, Horse Properties and Land.

Situated at the junction of Highways 62 & 97 (about 25 miles north of Klamath Falls), the offices of Crater Lake Realty, Inc. are conveniently located to serve all your real estate needs.

Leah Ghielmetti professionally represents both Buyers and Sellers, for ranches, homes, land, waterfront and commercial properties.

As a member of the National Association of Realtors©, the Oregon Association of Realtors©, the Klamath County Association of Realtors©, and members of the Multiple Listing Service, Leah is an expert in all the Klamath Basin areas, including Chiloquin, Fort Klamath, Klamath Falls, Rocky Point, Sprague River, Merrill, Malin, Bly, Beatty, Bonanza, Lakeview and Keno, Oregon. She also keep tabs on the Lakeview, Silver Lake, Summer Lake areas, and in Grant County too. Looking for something out of the area, but still in Oregon? Leah can find that, too!

Please feel free to visit CraterLakeRealty.com. Leah looks forward to assisting you with your real estate needs, whether they involve real estate for sale, or real estate to buy.

Leah Ghielmetti

Real Estate Broker
Agent License: 201241965
Phone: 541-231-8712
Email: lelog04@yahoo.com

Crater Lake Realty
33550 US-97 
Chiloquin, OR 97624


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