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Listing Price: SOLD
Location: Packard Valley, Pershing County, NV
Acreage: 640 Acres
Retiring Developer is offering 640 acres of vacant land for sale in rural northern Nevada. 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. Lovelock, in the Humboldt River basin at the headwaters of the Humboldt River, provides local banking, grocery, restaurants, post office, and misc. shopping conveniences. Major shopping, casinos, restaurants and commercial conveniences are available in Winnemucca just 70 miles from the property. Rye Patch Reservoir, a popular location for recreation, boating, water skiing, camping, picnicking and fishing is just 35 miles away and provides an all year-round fishing season for warm water game species of white bass, walleye, white crappie, large mouth bass, bluegill, brown bullhead, and channel catfish. See map.
The property is located in the “checkerboard area” along each side of Interstate 80 established by the Railroad Act of 1862 where each section of land (1 mi x 1 mi = 640 acres) alternates between private and Federal ownership. The Federal land is required to remain undeveloped and is managed by the Federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM). This land, consisting of thousands of open acres, provides vast vistas which enhance the natural beauty of the area. Additionally, this BLM land it is available to adjacent private land owners for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, day camping, and in some cases grazing. See Location Map
This subdivided section is raw, unimproved land without utilities and is zoned AMR, allowing for recreational, hunting, single family residential, ranching and farming. Water is available by domestic water well to be provided by buyer (max use 1800 gallons per day). Since there is a moratorium on subdivisions, this legally subdivided section with recorded maps and surveys is rare. The subdivision consists of 14 – 40 acre parcels (1/4 mile x 1/4 mile) and 1 – 80 acre parcel (1/4 mi x 1/2 mi). These individual parcels can be held, sold off, now or in the future, or are great to donate to friends, business associates or heirs. See Survey