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Price - $135,000.00
Size - 640 Acres
Price/Acre - $211.00
Financing – Negotiable

Legal Description - Section 11, Township 26N Range 33E.
County – Pershing
State – Nevada

Contact Person – Earl Bouillon
Email –
Phone– (949) 632-7066 

Located in the beautiful, undeveloped, prairie land area of the Packard Valley, Pershing County, Northern Nevada, this road accessible, legally subdivided and mapped section (1 mi x 1 mi = 640 acres) is surrounded with beautiful mountain views and is just 12 miles southeast of the I-80 (Interstate 80) Freeway on Coal Canyon Road, State Route 396. Nearby Lovelock, a small, historic, western community with a population of approximately 2,500 and the home of the Pershing County seat, is just 22 miles from the property.

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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 headwaters of the Humboldt River.

Directions:  From the city of Lovelock drive northeast on the Interstate 80 (I-80) 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 the two track dirt road approximately 1 mile to a dirt road intersection. Make a right to drive along the top of the section or go straight to drive along the east side of the section.  Use GPS coordinates and a GPS device to get to any specific parcel.

Access: After turning off of Coal Canyon/Stillwater road, access to the land is by long established dual track dirt road that travels through both public (BLM) and private land. Permanent use of these roads must comply with BLM policies and agencies having jurisdiction.

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 Building and Planning Department (LINK).

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 approximately 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 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 $750.00 per year; however future reassessment by the county is possible.