40+ Acres of Rural Land in the Packard Valley of NW Nevada
Price:$15,999 ($400/ac) with immediate Seller financing.
Only $499 down with the $15,500 balance payable at only $155 per month. Our financing is amortized over 186 months (15.5 years) with 9% fixed interest. There are no credit checks of any kind to qualify! There are no prepayment penalties ever! Buying by phone or email is easy and immediate! Everyone instantly qualifies!
This is an excellent parcel of land to acquire at this low price! Hold for future development, or invest. Land is a historically proven excellent investment as well as proven hedge against inflation!
Location: The property is in the Packard Valley of northwest Nevada near the small city of Lovelock. Lovelock is the County Seat of Pershing County and is 95 miles northeast of Reno on Interstate 80 (I-80) Freeway. Lovelock is located in the Humboldt River basin at the headwater of the Humboldt River.
Directions: From the city of Lovelock drive northeast on the Interstate 80 (I-80) Freeway approximately 9 miles to the Coal Canyon / Stillwater Mountain Road exit (Exit 112). Drive southeast on Coal Canyon / Stillwater Mountain Road approximately 12 miles to a dirt road “Y” intersection. Drive south on this two track, dirt road approximately 2 miles to Section 13 (use GPS coordinates for exact location). The Parcel for sale is the highlighted parcel shown on the “Section Survey”. For driving directions from Reno click HERE.
Legal Description: Parcel 1 through 14 of the Map of Division Into Large Parcels for Section 13, Township 26 North, Range 33 East, M.D.M., as recorded in the Office of the Pershing County Recorder on June 19, 2007, under file No. 355705, Pershing County, Nevada (APN 015-520-01 through 15). Click on the “Section Survey” link to the left to see the complete recorded survey and the highlighted parcel.
Access/Roads: This section of land is in a “checkerboard area” established by the Railroad Act of 1862, where each section alternates between private and Federal ownership. Land owned by the U.S. Government (Federal land) is managed by the Federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Access to all privately owned sections is guaranteed by a long standing BLM policy allowing the public to cross Federal property to get to privately owned sections. Within the Section access to each parcel is provided by recorded easement (click on the “Survey Section” to the left). Some parcels within the Section are interior, some border on BLM land on one side and some border BLM land on two sides as shown on the survey.
The Benefits of BLM Land: Consisting of hundreds of thousands of open acreage, it is undevelopable and provides vast vistas which enhance the natural beauty of the area. Additionally it is available to adjacent private land owners for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, and in some cases grazing.
Survey: The entire Section has been surveyed and the Sub-Division Map approved and recorded with the County as of June 19, 2007. Although all of the parcels have been marked and/or staked, over the course of time the survey markers tend to become covered with dirt, over grown with vegetation or maybe destroyed. Click on the “Section Survey” to the left to see the highlighted parcel for sale.
Uses: This is open, undeveloped land and no improvements or homeowner services of any nature currently exist or are being represented. Use of the land is zoned for residential, farming and ranching. Hiking, camping, horseback riding and hunting is permitted. Purchase the land: (1) for future development, (2) to pass-down to your children and create a family legacy, or (3) to invest and speculate on its future value. Land is an excellent investment as a hedge against inflation.
Zoning: The land is zoned AMR, allowing for single family residential, ranching, mining, farming, and hunting. Any building and development must comply with County codes and regulations. For additional information, contact Pershing County at the web address below and reference Division Three, Section 17.106.85. http://pershingcounty.net/index.php/Planning-and-Building/planning-and-building.html
Mineral Rights: As is the case in most mineral producing States, the mineral rights have been owned by others for many years and are not included as a part of this offer.
Water: Storage or water well to be provided at Buyer’s sole expense. State published reports of wells drilled in the vicinity indicate water to be found at a depth of 100 to 200 feet. Seller does not guarantee the success of finding water or the quality of water to be found. For additional information, contact the Nevada Water District at the following web address http://www.water.nv.gov/ or contact domestic water well drillers in the area.
Other Utilities: Gas (propane), Telephone (cellular), Television (satellite), Electricity (generator) and Sanitation (septic system) are to be provided at Buyer’s sole expense. No utilities of any kind are being represented and no information for their cost to develop is included.
Property Taxes: Property taxes are currently less than $55.00 per year; however future reassessment by the County is possible.