Land For Sale

1.03 acres in Elko

Just acquired this parcel in Elko county and wanted to share it with you – 1.03 acres of land in an undeveloped area with easy access to BLM land just 500 ft away! This land could serve as a hunt camp for your next outing or you could use it as a retreat when you need to get away from the city.

APN: 066-026-016
Size: 1.03 acres
GPS: 40.7555, -115.8198


 

Zoning: AR (Agricultural-Residential)
Power: Off-grid
Water: No well
Sewer: No septic
Annual Taxes: $10.87 (2017)

Financed Purchase: 0% interest with monthly payments of $75 per month for 36 months.   Guaranteed Financing, No Qualifying, No Prepayment Penalty.
Discounted Cash Price is $2,500 Cash.
Documentation Fee: $250.00 also due at closing.

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3.14 acres of freedom north of Ryndon

This property has hundreds of acres of Bureau of Land Management land right across the street! If you’re not familiar with BLM land, it’s public land that anyone can use for things such as hiking, mountain biking, hunting, driving ATVs, riding horses, you name it! This parcel is a bit out of the way, so don’t expect power lines, sewer connections, and public water. But if off the grid living is your thing, this property’s perfect for you.

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APN: 017-004-002
Size: 3.14 acres

Approximate GPS Coordinates of Parcel Corners:
41.0145, -115.6187
41.0134, -115.6187
41.0134, -115.6175
41.0145, -115.6175

Hunt Unit: 073
Zoning: AR (Agricultural-residential)
Power: Off-grid
Water: No well
Annual Taxes: $17.66
Cash Price: $5,500
Terms: $500 down, $100/month, 60 months
Doc fee: $250

72 acres in Pershing County, Nevada!

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This area is the ultimate outdoor playground. 72.63 acres of land adjacent to miles and miles of BLM land, where you can hunt, ride ATVs, or do whatever you please. The lot’s perfect for building your off the grid house or you could use it as a camp site to stage your hunting expeditions. To give you an idea of how much BLM land is right next door, look at the image with the zoomed in section – it’s massive! The BLM land extends into the surrounding counties of Churchill, Lander, and even Humboldt.

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The BLM land spans many hunt units and wildlife. You could hunt big horn sheep, billy goats, elk, impala, and mule deer among others.

APN: 015-570-15
Size: 72.63 acres
GPS: 40.1148, -118.1062;  40.1148, -118.0984;  30.1227, -118.0984

Hunt Unit: 044, 045, 046, 151, 153, 182, 183 (through contiguous BLM parcels)
Zoning: AMR (Agricultural-Mining-Recreational)
Power: Off-grid
Water: No well
Sewer: No septic
Annual Taxes: $54.19

Cash Price: $30,000
Terms: Down payment of $3,000; 60 monthly payments at $500
Document fee: $300

Interested? Just send me an email or call me and we’ll talk!

2.53 Acres of land on Wild Horse Mesa – San Luis, Colorado

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Come home to Wild Horse Mesa, where wild mustangs roam. Imagine waking up on your 2.53 acre parcel of land surrounded by sagebrush and pinon pine in the beautiful, sunny, and fertile alpine San Luis Valley.

Enjoy unparalleled privacy, yet with the conveniences of civilization just a stone’s throw away. Located just 14 miles from San Luis, Colorado, oldest continuously inhabited town in Colorado, and the county seat of Costilla County, this residential parcel includes 10 acres of beautiful raw land, complete with access via a well-maintained dirt road, Brown Trail. This parcel offers excellent access yet complete solitude.

Located in Southern Colorado, Costilla County is 34 miles southwest of the town of Fort Garland. Fort Garland is approximately 200 miles south of Denver and approximately 200 miles north of Albuquerque. Just 10 miles east is the town of San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado, founded in 1851.

If you are looking for a beautifully scenic Colorado property with road frontage, great wildlife, and million dollar views, this is the property for you.

The diverse geologic and geographic features of Costilla County offer beautiful landscapes, rugged mountains, majestic forest and endless blue sky. It is home to many wildlife such as deer, elk, antelope, coyotes, and bears. It is also known as an excellent place for fishing and boating. It has three reservoirs: Eastdale Reservoir, Sanchez Reservoir, and Smith Reservoir; and a Mount Home Lake, where you may catch walleye, pike, and several species of trout, bass, and other types of fish. Costilla County is located only an hour away from many famous natural wonders of Colorado: Great Sand Dunes National Park – the highest inland dunes in North America, Zapata Falls that offers panoramic views along the trails.

Parcel ID: 712-05-780
Size: 2.53 Acres

County: Costilla
State: Colorado

Cash Price: $4,000
Terms: $0 down, $125/month, 36 months
Doc fee: $250

Raw land by Elko Mountain in Nevada

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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.

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APN: 014-027-001
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)
Power: Off-grid
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.

Land with beautiful views in Costilla County, Colorado

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This 1.24 acre lot is located near the oldest town in Colorado, San Luis. Wild horses, deer, elk, squirrels and other wild life roam the area. These properties are within several hours drive to Denver and many of the country’s leading resorts in Colorado and nearby New Mexico, including Taos and Santa Fe. The Costilla Ski Resort is 20 minutes away. Red River, New Mexico is about 48 miles away and the Taos Ski Basin is 65 miles away. Take New Mexico Hwy 3 and in 50 minutes you can ski at Taos, Red River. The Endless Blue Ski Resort is approximately 2.5 hours away. Wild Horse Mesa is not far from the terminus of the Cumbres and Toltec steam railroad at Antonito.

Property Details:
Section/Unit K, Block 110, Lot 32
Wild Horse Mesa Subdivision
San Luis, Colorado 81152
1.24 Acres

Financed Purchase: No down payment, 0% interest with monthly payments of $100 per month for 30 months. Guaranteed Financing, No Qualifying, No Prepayment Penalty.

Discounted Cash Price is $2,500 Cash.

Lot is Free And Clear Of Any Liens Or Encumbrances. You Will Receive A Warranty Deed When The Property Is Paid In Full. But you are owner with full access while paying the note off.

Building: There Is No Time Limit To Build. There Are Some Restrictions. If You Have Any Questions About Building, Please Contact The Costilla Land Use Department At (719) 937-7668 And Give Them The Unit Block And Lot (Located Under Property Details).

Major Attractions: Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, Great Sand Dunes National Monument.

Festivals & Events: Crane Fesitval (mid-March); Sunshine Festival (1st weekend in June); Castles and Kites Festival (end of June); Ski-Hi Stampede (end of July).

Outdoor Activities: Mountain Biking, Fishing: Conejos River, La Jara Reservoir, Rio Grande, Sanchez Reservoir; Four-Wheel Drive Trips; Golf: Cattails Golf Course-18 hole public golf course; Hiking and Backpacking: Blanca Peak, Crater Lake, Crestone Trails; Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding: Wolf Creek Ski Resort; Spa: Pagosa Springs; Swimming: Great Sand Dunes Swimming Pool and Splashland in Alamosa.

Utilities
Water: None – Container or Well, would need to be installed
Electricity: Near property
Natural Gas: Not Available
TV/Internet Services: Satellite/Cell
Waste: Septic, would need to be installed
Views: Mountains, hills, and meadows
Terrain: Rolling
Zoning: Residential
Property City: San Luis
Road Frontage: Yes
Road Surface: Gravel/Dirt
Annual Taxes: $28.14,Prorated annual taxes will be billed separately.
Time Zone: Mountain
Documentation Fee: $250.00 also due at closing.
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