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$12,697.00

40.00 acres | Recreational Zoning

This large acreage property is located in an off-the-grid area of northern Nevada with no homes close by, and plenty of privacy. This land would be good for several types of recreation or agriculture. Horses, cows and pigs are allowed, as is RV parking up to 4 times a year for 7 days at a time. There are dirt roads leading to this land, but they are in fairly good condition for the area. The property is about 20 miles from the town of Imlay on Interstate 80. The road runs diagonally through the land from the Northeast corner to the middle of the west side. This is rolling terrain with a number of small to medium elevation changes. •RV camping permitted one week maximum, four times per year •Located halfway between Elko and Reno •8 hours from Idaho Falls

Land Specifics

Property Number 8474
Size 40.00 acres
Dimensions 1320' x 1320'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Recreational
Zoning Code LDR (Low Density Rural)
Zoning Definition

LDR (Low Density Rural):
A single family dwelling allowed per lot. Max Building height of 35' on main and detached buildings.

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Location

County Pershing
State Nevada

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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 002 141 38
Estimated Annual Taxes $69.82
Legal Description

Township 32 North, Range 31 East, MDB & M. Section 1: SW ¼ SW ¼. In the county of Pershing, State of Nevada.

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