A Short Drive To Near-By Vegas
Visit Your Lot - Park An Rv/Comper And Drive To Vegas
Rv, Camper, Trailer, Popup Camper, Truck Camper, Motorhome
You May Park Your Recreational Vehicle Without A Temporary Use Permit For 120 Days Per Calendar Year. However, For More Than 7 Consecutive Days You Would Need A Sewer System And Water System In Place.
One Hour Drive To Vegas
Pahrump Referred To As A Suburb Of Las Vegas
In Developing Area Making This A Great Investment
Neighboring Lots Are Selling For $16,900, $19,995, $36,8900
Many Pahrump Residents Work In Vegas And Commute Because They Enjoy The Small-Town Lifestyle.
Parking Rv's Or Camper Allowed For 7 Days At A Time
In The Path Of Growth-Much Development In The Last 15 Years - Great Investment. A Short Drive To Nearby Vegas, Death Valley, Tonopah, And Spring Mountain. Views Of Mount Charleston (Spring Mountains).
Located 3 Minutes From The Center Of Pahrump (Home Depot, Walmart, Medical, Parks, Restaurants)
4000 ft Lot
No Time Limit To Build And No Association Dues
Mount Charleston Is A Year-Round Getaway For Las Vegas Residents And Visitors, With Hiking Trails & Ski Area.
Manufactured Homes, Modular Homes And Mobile Homes Placed On Lot Can Be Converted To Real Property
Power Across The Street
Enjoy The Quiet & Mountain Views
In The Path Of Growth-Much Development In The Last 15 Years
State, County, Zip: Nevada, Nye County 89048
Address: 1011 So Delaware St , Pahrump
Size: 50X80 4000 Sq Ft
Zoning: 120 - Vacant - Single Family Residential
Access: City Street Unpaved
Water Elect Sewer: Power IN Area- Water In Area
Taxes: Yearly $80 (2020) Paid Current
Deed: Will Convey Title With Warranty Deed
Title: Free & Clear
Gps: 36.2051 -115.9840
Down Payment: $400 (A $299 Processing FEE Added TO The Down Payment)
- 31 Months - $200
- 20 Months - $310
- 10 Months - $620
PayPal, Direct Deposit, Cashiers Check, Bank Checks, Money Order, Personal Check, Zelle, Master Card, Visa, All Major Credit Cards.
Nearby Schools Include J G Johnson Elementary School, Rosemary Clarke Middle School And Pahrump Valley High School.
60 Miles To Las Vegas
7 Miles To Nevada/California Border
94 Miles To Mount Charleston
33 Miles To Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
80 Miles To Lake Meade
48 Miles To Death Valley National Park
89 Miles To Hoover Dam
200 Miles To Joshua Tree National Park
Water 745' From Lot
For Water Hook-Up
Great Basin Water
Pahrump's Relationship To Las Vegas, Nevada
Pahrump is located 60 miles west of Las Vegas, NV. The two communities share similar histories and characteristics: Pahrump and Las Vegas both have arid desert climates - typical of the Mojave Desert in which both communities lie - with low annual precipitation, an abundance of sunshine year-round, and ties to the Paiute Indians. However, it was the Pahrump Valley that became the prime agricultural producing community in Southern Nevada. Meanwhile, Las Vegas became a commercial center, thriving off gaming, entertainment and retail. Many of the Pahrump residents work in Las Vegas and commute to their employment, contributing to what can be referred to as a “bedroom” community. Significant housing development occurred over the past decade due in part to the town's proximity to the Las Vegas Valley as the housing development community speculated that many people wanted to work in Las Vegas, but enjoy the lifestyle offered by a small town. Between 2000 and 2010, the number of dwelling units in Pahrump increased from 11,669 to 17,824 - an addition of 6,155 housing units constructed during that 10-Year time period.
Pahrump - The community of Pahrump, is located in the southernmost tip of the County, approximately 60 miles west of Las Vegas. The Southern Paiute Indians were the first to occupy the area due to the abundant artesian wells around the valley. Interest in Pahrump increased during the 1960S, with the beginning of large-scale land development and speculation, and the introduction of telephone lines and a paved road into the Valley from Las Vegas. The Town of Pahrump is an unincorporated town and the population center of Nye County. Today, Pahrump is one of the fastest growing communities in the west. Pahrump Valley was populated by American settlers beginning in the late 19th century, and early settlement was in the form of large ranch-style settlements, where ranchers grew cotton, alfalfa, and raised livestock. While in Pahrump, freshen up your historic knowledge by spending an afternoon at the Pahrump Valley Museum. As you enter the doors to discovery, you'll quickly notice that the museum provides indoor and outdoor learning experiences. Embark on a self-guided tour of the museum's outer buildings like the Cactus Garden, or head back inside to view the “Yucca Mountain Nuclear Repository History Exhibit”. With touch-screen interaction, photos aplenty and artifacts from Pahrump's earliest Angelo settlers, you'll exit the building a true Pahrump professional.
Any questions of what you can or cannot build, can or cannot do on the property should be directed to the county Building & Planning and Zoning Department.
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Mount Charleston, officially named Charleston Peak, at 11,916 feet, is the highest of the Spring Mountains of southern Nevada and the state's eighth highest mountain peak. It is about 35 miles northwest of Las Vegas and is within the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the Mount Charleston Wilderness and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. Well separated from higher peaks by large, low basins, it is the most topographically prominent peak in the state, and the eighth most prominent peak in the contiguous United States.
Mount Charleston is a year-round getaway for Las Vegas' residents and visitors, with a number of hiking trails and a modest ski area. The mountain, which is snow-capped more than half the year, can be seen from parts of the Las Vegas Strip when looking toward the west. Mount Charleston has nearly 200 camp sites and over 150 picnic areas, some of which are RV accessible.
The eponymous village of Mount Charleston lies at its base to the east.
The state of Nevada issues license plates with the caption "Mt. Charleston" and an image of the peak in the background. Sales of the plate supports the natural environment of the Mount Charleston area through grants administered by the Nevada Division of State Lands.
Directions to Land
Take Us Hwy 15 Out Of Vegas South To Nevada Hwy 160 W (Exit 33 Blue Diamond Rd), Go 52.3 Miles Into Pahrump And Turn Left Onto Dunes Drive, Turn Right At The 1st Cross Street Firebird Cir Follow It Around To Delaware St And Turn Left To Lot.