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Cassiar Street : Elko, NV 89801

Elko County, Nevada

1.13 Acres
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Land Description

This 1.13 (300X165) Acre Property Located In Northern Nevada's Elko County

Has 165 Feet Of Frontage On Cassiar Street

Taxes Are Under $20 Paid Current

Down Payment: $100

Price: $2900

Terms: $140 Per Month Paid In 20 Months

Processing Fee: $299 (Added To The Down Payment)

Zoning Allows For:

Single Family Dwelling

Orchard

Vegetable Garden

Campground

Greenhouse/Nurseries

Stable

Mobil Home

Use As Vacation Spot Or

Keep As An Investment

Only 8 Miles Outside Of The City Of Elko Nevada

Approximate Distance To

Elko: 8 Miles

Reno: 200 Miles

Las Vegas: 300 Miles

La: 640 Miles

Elko Mountains: 1 Mile

About Elko:

It is the largest city in and county seat of Elko County, Nevada, United States. The population was 18,297 at the 2010 census. The city straddles the Humboldt River.

Elko is the principal city of the Elko Micropolitan Statistical Area, a micropolitan area that covers Elko and Eureka counties. It is the largest city for over 130 miles (210 km) in all directions, making it, as its city motto states, "The Heart of Northeast Nevada".

It is home to Great Basin College, as well as to the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office serving most of northern and central Nevada.

Elko was settled with the coming of the railroad, which still runs past downtown Elko near the Humboldt River.

Climate:

The climate for this area is semi-arid. January is normally the coldest month of the year, with a daily average temperature of 25.1 °F or -3.8 °C, and July the hottest of the year, with a daily average of 70.2 °F or 21.2 °C. There are an average of 1.8 days with 100 °F or 37.8 °C highs, 44 days of 90 °F or 32.2 °C highs, 24 days that do not top freezing, 198 nights with freezing lows, and 12 nights with sub-0 °F (-17.8 °C) lows; the growing season here is short, as the average window for freezing temperatures is September 10 through June 9. Annual precipitation averages 9.89 inches or 251.2 millimeters, falling on an average of 81 days, while annual snowfall averages 41.5 inches or 1.05 meters. There are normally 130 sunny days each year. The highest temperature on record is 107 °F or 41.7 °C, most recently on July 4, 1981, and the lowest on record is -43 °F or -41.7 °C on January 21, 1937.

The most rainfall in 24 hours was 4.13 inches (104.9 mm) on August 27, 1970, and the most precipitation in one month 5.71 inches (145.0 mm) - all as snow - in January 1916. The most rainfall in one calendar year was 18.34 inches (465.8 mm) in 1983, and the least 4.35 inches (110.5 mm) in 1919, though from July 1923 to June 1924 only 3.72 inches (94.5 mm) was recorded. The most snowfall in one month was 69.0 inches (1.75 m) in January 1890, with the most in one season being more than 91.00 inches (2.31 m) from July 1889 to June 1890 and the least 6.00 inches (0.15 m) from July 1939 to June 1940. The greatest depth of snow on the ground was 24 inches or 0.61 meters on February 5, 1932, though an average winter will see a maximum snow cover of 7 inches or 0.18 meters.

Economy For The Area:

Economy is based heavily on gold mining, with ranching and tourism providing additional jobs. The city is considered the capital of Nevada's goldbelt. The state of Nevada produces more gold than all but four countries, and most of the gold from Nevada is mined near Elko. This has caused the town to have a boom and bust economy consistent with the rises and declines in the price of gold. The town is surrounded by hundreds of abandoned mining camps, and viewing them is a popular local activity. A gold boom in the 1980S that ended in a bust in the late 1990S left the town with large numbers of abandoned homes and left the local governments struggling to survive on reduced tax revenues. With a new gold boom starting in 2009, city officials have been reluctant to hire new employees and have decided to build a reserve in the city budget to prepare for the next bust.

ART, Culture and Tourist Attractions:

Elko has been the home of the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering for the last 33 years. This festival is held each January and is a week-long celebration of life in the rural West, featuring poetry, music, stories, gear, film, photography, and food.

Every July, since 1963, Elko is host to the National Basque Festival. In 2013 they were scheduled to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Humorously referred to as the "Basque Fiasco", it is a celebration of traditional Basque culture and its ties to the Elko community. The festival includes strongman competitions, handball, a running of the bulls, traditional food and wine, and Basque dancing.

Elko is the home of the Western Folklife Center, a regional nonprofit organization that works to expand understanding of the everyday traditions of people who live and work in the American West. The Western Folklife Center is downtown in the old Pioneer Hotel.

A number of casinos are located in Elko, including Stockmen's Casino and Hotel, the Commercial Casino, the High Desert Casino, Gold Dust West, the Red Lion Casino, and the Gold County Inn and Casino. The Commercial Casino is notable for having a stuffed 10-foot-tall polar bear on display. For many years the Red Lion brought gamblers to Elko from many parts of the country through flights on Casino Express. The flights to Elko ended in February 2006.

Elko is also home to legal prostitutes and contains active brothels. Under Nevada law, any county with a population of less than 400,000 is allowed to license brothels if it so chooses.

Elko Hot Hole, a hot spring on the southwest edge of the city

Several geothermal features can be found in Elko, the largest of which is the Elko Hot Hole. Hot springs were used by travelers on the California Trail and subsequently by settlers.

Notable attractions in the Elko region include the Ruby Mountains, in which is the popular Lamoille Canyon. To the north, the Jarbidge Wilderness

State, County, Zip: Nevada, Elko, 89801

Legal: Meadow Valley Ranchos Unit 11 File 26832; Lot 7 Block 9;

Apn:

Lot Size: 1.13 Ac (49,000 Sq Ft) (300X165)

Zoning: AR -See List Of Uses

Time Limit To Build: None

Access: 165 Ft Road Frontage (Cassiar Street)

Will Furnish: Plat Map-- Gps & Area Map

Directions: From Intersection Of Erracart Blvd And Bullion Rd Take Bullion Road West 5.7 Miles And Turn Left 0.7 Miles Lot Is On The Right (Lot Gps 40.7636, -115.8167)

Water: Well (Appx Depth 60' To 90')Well & Septic Allowed With Lots Over 1 Ac

Taxes: Under $20 Per Year

Deed: Warranty Deed

Title: Free & Clear

Down Payment: $100

Price: $2900

Terms: $140 Per Month Paid In 20 Months

Processing Fee: $299 (Added To The Down Payment)

Land Maps & Attachments

Directions to Land

From Elko Nv Take I80 To Exit 301 Turn Left On Erracart Blve

At Bullion Rd Turn Right

Go About 5.5 Miles Turn Left On Dirt Rd Drive To Lot 0.6 Mi

(Lot Gps 40.765720, -115.817882)

More Land Details

Owner Will Finance
Mixed Use Zoning
Flat Terrain
Dirt Road Access
Cable TV Service
Cell Service
Broadband Internet Service
Estimated Annual Taxes
$20
LANDFLIP ID
255444
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
066-009-007
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