Come discover Cowboy Country, in a state famous for its beautiful and scenic desert landscapes—Nevada! You’ll want to be prepared for adventure with so many recreational activities and thousands of acres of BLM land to explore. You can enjoy activities such as mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, camping, four wheeling, lake and stream fishing and a lot more. While you’re here,take in the panoramic mountain views and of the saffron skies in the evening as the sun sets. Something that will be forever etched into your mind’s eye. This is the perfect place to build the ranch of your dreams.
When you discover Elko County, Nevada, you will quickly see why this truly is the “Great American West.” A land of intrigue, capable of stretching the limits of your adventure, exceeding convention to its fullest. The raw majesty of Elko County’s Ruby Mountains, East Humboldt Range and the rugged canyon streams will allow you discover the unspoiled drama of the West.
Elko County is home to some real gems that you can’t find anywhere else in country. Ruby Mountain Brewery is a full-scale ranching operation, that operates a brewery in an outbuilding near the owner’s homestead in Clover Valley. This might be a brewery that will make you work hard for a visit, but will certainly be a Silver State experience you won’t soon forget. If beer isn’t your thing, maybe high quality leather goods will grab your attention. J.M. Capriola Company is a world-famous saddle making company, located in the heart of downtown Elko. They have been working to outfit cowboys and Hollywood stars for nearly a century.
The state of Nevada is also home to attractions such as the Great Basin National Park, Cathedral Gorge State Park and the Hoover Dam. Pretty Awesome!
This beautiful 4.77 acre property is located in Elko, Nevada. The property is less than six miles away from town, should you need to restock.
If you hunt, pronghorn antelope can be found here. Did you know, the pronghorn are the fastest running hoofed animal in north America? They thrive in the open plains, fields, grasslands, deserts and basins of Elko County. Between the summer and winter, the pronghorns migrate between feeding grounds to survive the harsh winters.
Size: 4.77 acres
Distance from market: 4 miles
From Walmart: 13 miles
From Twin Falls, ID: 2.5 hours
From Salt Lake City: 3 hours
From Las Vegas: 6.5 hours
Hunt Unit: 102 – Mountain goat, mule deer, elk, [pronghorn] antelope, [rocky mountain] bighorn sheep
Zoning: AR (Agricultural-residential)
Water: No well
Annual Taxes: $22.52
Cash Price: $11,000
Terms: $500 down, $225/month, 60 months
Doc fee: $250
From Elko, take the Lamoille Highway (227) for ~8 miles until a 4-way stop light.
Take LEFT on Spring Valley Parkway.
Go 1.7 miles, take a LEFT onto Holiday Drive, and go until the housing ends, you’ll be at a 4-way intersection with a cattle guard, take a RIGHT.
Take your 1st LEFT onto Kingsbury St., go .7 miles (stay LEFT at the fork).
At the next intersection you will see a house on either side (this is the intersection of 3rd St aka Panaca and Imlay Ave), take RIGHT, go about 5 miles and take RIGHT (should be 4th right), go a little one a mile and the take LEFT (should be your 2nd left). ~½ mile, the lot will be on your right.