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Missouri, Douglas County, 9.81 Acres

Lot 15 Timber Crossing, Ava, Nevada 65608

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9.81Acres
Timber Crossing Lot 15 9.81 Acres Surround yourself with rolling hills, blue skies, thousands of acres of conservation land and fabulous panoramic vistas. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled countryside of Douglas County.
$24,000

Missouri, Douglas County, 9.81 Acres

Lot 15 Timber Crossing, Ava, Nevada 65608
9.81Acres
Timber Crossing Lot 15 9.81 Acres Surround yourself with rolling hills, blue skies, thousands of acres of conservation land and fabulous panoramic vistas. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled countryside of Douglas County.
$24,000

Missouri, Douglas County, 9.81 Acres

Lot 15 Timber Crossing, Ava, Nevada 65608
$24,000

#L10870/ 40.42 Acres in Humboldt County, NV

Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820

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40.42Acres
This 40.42 acre parcel is situated roughly 28 miles from Dwight D. Eisenhower Hwy (80) in the South Eastern Corner of Humboldt County, Nevada. Roughly 35 miles from the town of Battle Mountain.Located in North West Nevada, Humboldt County offers wide open spaces, beautiful mountains and valley vistas and a rich and fascinating history.
$18,399

#L10870/ 40.42 Acres in Humboldt County, NV

Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820
40.42Acres
This 40.42 acre parcel is situated roughly 28 miles from Dwight D. Eisenhower Hwy (80) in the South Eastern Corner of Humboldt County, Nevada. Roughly 35 miles from the town of Battle Mountain.Located in North West Nevada, Humboldt County offers wide open spaces, beautiful mountains and valley vistas and a rich and fascinating history.
$18,399

#L10870/ 40.42 Acres in Humboldt County, NV

Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820
$18,399
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40.50Acres
Elko * Montello * Wells * Oasis * Wendoverland * real estateRemote and Secluded Northern Nevada BLM road 1581 access Borders Government lands to the North SIZE: 40.5+/- acresAPN#: 009-58A-013LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T39N, R66E, NW4NE4, section 1STATE: NevadaCOUNTY: ElkoGENERAL LOCATION: NE of Wells. NW of Murdock mountain. NE of Pequop. west of MontelloGPS (approx.): 41.299 , -114.
$25,000

Remote Quiet Nevada land * 40 acres * Borders BLM lands with BLM road

Montello, Nevada
40.50Acres
Elko * Montello * Wells * Oasis * Wendoverland * real estateRemote and Secluded Northern Nevada BLM road 1581 access Borders Government lands to the North SIZE: 40.5+/- acresAPN#: 009-58A-013LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T39N, R66E, NW4NE4, section 1STATE: NevadaCOUNTY: ElkoGENERAL LOCATION: NE of Wells. NW of Murdock mountain. NE of Pequop. west of MontelloGPS (approx.): 41.299 , -114.
$25,000
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10Acres
This 10 Acre Parcel is located within the Gamble District tract, roughly 15 miles from the Utah border and 3 miles from the town of Montello, NV; it is accessible via dirt road. This property is off the beaten path but close to civilization. This parcel also is adjacent to 640 acres of BLM Land to the East.
$9,499

L06991-1 10 Acres in Elko County, Nevada $9,499

Montello, Nevada 89830
10Acres
This 10 Acre Parcel is located within the Gamble District tract, roughly 15 miles from the Utah border and 3 miles from the town of Montello, NV; it is accessible via dirt road. This property is off the beaten path but close to civilization. This parcel also is adjacent to 640 acres of BLM Land to the East.
$9,499
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1Acres
This 49.78 Acre Parcel is situated on Jungo Road (State Hwy 49) situated less than 2.5 miles from the Winnemucca Motor Cross track and 8 miles from Dwight D. Eisenhower Hwy (80) and the Town of Winnemucca.Located in North West Nevada, Humboldt County offers wide open spaces, beautiful mountains and valley vistas and a rich and fascinating history.
$11,899

#L11255/ 49.78 Acres in Humboldt County, NV $22,299

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1Acres
This 49.78 Acre Parcel is situated on Jungo Road (State Hwy 49) situated less than 2.5 miles from the Winnemucca Motor Cross track and 8 miles from Dwight D. Eisenhower Hwy (80) and the Town of Winnemucca.Located in North West Nevada, Humboldt County offers wide open spaces, beautiful mountains and valley vistas and a rich and fascinating history.
$11,899
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2.27Acres
Elko Nevada land in last chance ranch Last Chance Ranch 2SIZE: 2.27+/- acresAPN#: 014-021-010LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Last Chance Ranch Unit #2 File #2352; Block J, Lot 10STATE: NevadaCOUNTY: ElkoGENERAL LOCATION: Near Spring Creek. North side of 6th Street, between Imlay and KimberlyGPS (approx.): 40.85097565369799 , -115.67453107738493GENERAL ELEVATION: 5350 ft.GENERAL INFORMATION: Buildable parcel.
$4,900

Rolling Hills in Last Chance Ranch near Spring Creek and Elko

6th street, Elko, Nevada
2.27Acres
Elko Nevada land in last chance ranch Last Chance Ranch 2SIZE: 2.27+/- acresAPN#: 014-021-010LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Last Chance Ranch Unit #2 File #2352; Block J, Lot 10STATE: NevadaCOUNTY: ElkoGENERAL LOCATION: Near Spring Creek. North side of 6th Street, between Imlay and KimberlyGPS (approx.): 40.85097565369799 , -115.67453107738493GENERAL ELEVATION: 5350 ft.GENERAL INFORMATION: Buildable parcel.
$4,900
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Nevada and Water Rights

They say that in the 21st-century water will be as valuable as gold in the American West. Since that will undoubtedly be true you are going to need to know as much about water rights as mineral rights. T. Boone Pickens, legendary oilman, isn’t waiting for that eventuality. He made billions of dollars int he 20th century investing in oil and gas and he began the 21st century buying up water rights in Texas read more…

Nevada

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Nevada. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Nevada for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

The most famous landowner in Nevada has been widower Ben Cartwright who ran the Ponderosa Ranch with his three sons (all by different wives) on NBC’s iconic western drama, Bonanza. The Ponderosa spread across 937 square miles of timberland on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, North America’s largest alpine lake that straddles the Nevada border with California. The landscape was so enticing it lured the show off its Hollywood soundstage to film on location and the Nevada set was a popular tourist attraction for decades after the series wound up in 1973.

Viewers of the fourteen seasons of Bonanza would find it difficult to reconcile the verdant Ponderosa with the reality of Nevada that is virtually all semi-arid desert. Route 50 that traverses the central part of the state through the Great Basin has been tagged “The Loneliest Road in America” for its desolation. These “lonely lands” offer affordable land to bargain hunters in the northern Nevada counties of Humboldt, Lander, and Elko.

Nevada has been called the Silver State ever since the Comstock Lode was uncovered in 1859 and made the nearby town of Virginia City the richest on earth. More than 85% of Nevada land is public and metal detecting is still a popular activity here. Others value the open country for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Nevada is the driest state in America, averaging less than seven inches of rain per year so outdoor plans are rarely scuttled.

Come winter Nevadans pursue their passions in the Sierra Nevada mountains where enough snowfalls that Squaw Valley was tabbed to host the 1960 Winter Olympics. Nevada boasts 172 mountain summits with 2,000 feet of prominence, more than any state in the Lower 48. Those peaks support 15 full-service ski resorts and over 500 square miles of virgin snow for backcountry adventures.

All of that and Las Vegas too.

Frequently Asked Questions

Nevada is a state situated in the Western part of the United States. Carson is the capital of the state. Las Vegas is the largest city in the state. Some other important cities in the state are Henderson, Reno, North Las Vegas, Sparks, Fernley, and Elko. Oregon, Idaho, California, Arizona, and Utah are its neighboring states.

Some Facts About Nevada:

  1. The state name is derived from a Spanish word that means snow-clad.
  2. Although more than half of Nevada is desert, the mountain ranges in Nevada near Reno and Elko receive snowfall.
  3. There are many nicknames of the state such as the Silver State, the Sagebrush State, The Battle Born State.
  4. There are 16 counties in the state. Nye County is the largest in the state and third-largest in the United States. Storey County, on the other hand, is the smallest county in the state.
  5. The state is a relatively large state. However, eighty- five percent of it is owned by the Federal government. This includes the world-famous Area 51 which is near the town of Rachel.
  6. Nevada has many mountain ranges, in fact, more than any other state in the entire country. So for those who love hiking and camping, Nevada is paradise.
  7. The state is the leading producer of gold in the United States. Nevada is only behind South Africa in the production of gold in the world.
  8. Cal Neva, near Lake Tahoe, is a building that allows you to stand in California and Nevada at the same time.
  9. The Nevada Gambling Museum is situated in Virginia City.
  10. Las Vegas has the most amount of hotel rooms in the world.

Why Should one buy a Property/House in Nevada?

Nevada is a beautiful state and is one of a kind. Nevada is a colorful state with many casinos and fancy restaurants. You will easily find food of various ethnicities. Las Vegas hosts several concerts of pop stars, rappers, country stars, stand-up comedians, and many more. For those who love golf, there are plenty of golf courses as well. The Reno River festival, farmer’s market, camping, fishing, and boating are some fun things to do in Nevada.

How is the Climate in Nevada?

Nevada is a desert region therefore it has a semi-arid climate. July is the hottest month of the year with temperatures going up to 106 degrees Fahrenheit. January is the coldest month with temperatures going down to 34 degrees Fahrenheit.

What is the Cost of Living in Nevada?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states in the United States. This average is taken as the base on the basis of which the cost of living index of a particular state is calculated. An index above 100 means the state is expensive. Similarly, an index below 100 means the state is cheap. The cost of living index of Nevada is 110. This means Nevada is more expensive than most states.

How is the Real Estate Market in Nevada?

The Nevada real estate market is average right now but places like Las Vegas are very hot. The average value of a house in Nevada is $292,600. This means there has been a 1.9% increase from last year’s home values. It is further expected that the value is going to increase by 1.5%. The average price of a house that is listed in Nevada is $320,000. However, the average price of selling is $282,800. The market is favorable for buyers. There is a lot of land available for sale in Nevada, therefore, it should not be difficult to buy a property of your choice.

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