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NV Ranch with Minerals, Gold Area

McDaniel Ave : Crescent Valley, NV 89821

Eureka County, Nevada

39 Acres
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Unbelievable Investment

Minerals Transfer -In Gold Mining Area

You Own The Mineral Rights

Property Comes With The Right To Drill A Well

Typical Depth Is 80-150 Feet. Well Drilling Runs Approx. $30.00-$40.00 Per Foot.

3 Miles Outside Of Crescent Valley NV 0n McDaniels Ave--This is a County Maintained Road

There is "No Zoning" restrictions on this land. Also "No Permits" are required

Pretty much open for anything-this is very rare and allows for building, ranching, farming etc.

There Are Many Gold Mines In The Area

Barrick Gold Is (The Largest Gold Mining Company In The World) Owns the Surrounding Section

Cortez Gold Mine The Largest Mine In Nevada Owned By Barret Gold

Right In The Heart Of Gold Country- 446 Mines In Eureka County-

3 Miles To Lander County Nv

3 Miles From Crescent Valley Nv

Some of the Mines near the Land:

Artic Mine 27 Miles From Property

Benjamin Harrison Mine 13 Miles From Property

Berlin Mine 15 Miles From Property

Buckhorn Mine 16 Miles

Bullion Hill Mine 16 Miles

Caledonia Mine 14 Miles

Cortez Gold Mine 12 Miles From The Property

Carlin Mine 36 Miles

Cortez Mine 20 Miles

Dago Tunnel 19 Miles From Property

Falconer Mine 14 Miles From Property

Fitzgerald Mine 16 Miles From Property

Lewis Canyon Mines 15 Miles From Property

Lone Pine Mine 13 Miles From Property

Mill Canyon Mine 16 Miles From Property

Mount Tenabo Mine 17 Miles From Property

New York Mine 24 Miles From Property

Turquoise Mine 22 Miles From Property

Valley View Mine 21 Miles From Property

White Horse Mine 21 Miles From Property

Newmont Mine 39 Miles

Red Devil Mine 12 Miles

Austin Mine 31 Miles

Barth Mine 19 Miles

Closest mine about 12 miles away

Closest neighbor about one mile away

Crescent Valley --10 minutes away

This property is private and quiet.

Enjoy the quiet rural lifestyle of northern Nevada in a natural environment.

This Property Consists Of Level Land With Incredible Views In All Directions. The Property Is Very Picturesque And Ideal For Building A Home.

LOT Size: 39+/- Acres 1,671,832.8 ft2

Single Family Homes Are Allowed

All Types Of Homes Are Allowed, Including, Prefabs, Earth Ships, Mobile Homes And Standard Built Homes Are Allowed.

County, State, Zip: Eureka County, Nevada, 89821

Legal: T30 N, R48 E, M.B.D.&M. Sec35 Lot14 Map 145741

Apn:

Acres: 39+/- Acres 1,671,832.8 ft2

Zoning: M3 Open Land Use

Current Land Use Code: 120

All Types Of Animals Are Allowed. You Can Raise Cattle, Have

Horses, Chickens, Goats, Basically Any Kind Of Animal Other Than Exotics.

Access: LAND HAS Frontage ON McDaniel Ave--A County Maintained Road

Water Elect Sewer: Off Grid

Taxes: $40 Yearly-- Paid Current

Deed: Will Give Buyer Warranty Deed

Title: Free & Clear

GPS: Centroid 40.4244042 -116.5207858

Directions: See Map Images See Below

Price: $59,900

Finance: $58,000

Down Payment: $1900

Terms:

50 Monthly Payments $1160

40 Monthly Payments $1450

28 Monthly Payments $2000 (save $2000)

Accept Payments:

Direct Deposit, Cashiers Check, Bank Checks, Money Order, Personal Check, Zelle, Master Card, Visa, All Major Credit Cards

Processing Fee: $399 Added To Down Payment

Please Contact me for cash Price

All Types Of Animals Are Allowed. You Can Raise Cattle, Have

Horses, Chickens, Goats, Basically Any Kind Of Animal Other Than Exotics.

About 3 Miles Away Is Crescent Valley. With Sams Corner Store Has Burgers And Beer And A Post Office

Crescent Valley is an unincorporated town and census-designated place in Eureka County, Nevada, United States, directly off Nevada State Route 306. It is the site of Crescent Valley Elementary School, Crescent Valley Fair Grounds, and Crescent Valley Community Park. The census-designated place of Crescent Valley had a population of 392 as of the 2010 census.

A post office has been in operation at Crescent Valley since 1963.The community takes its name from the valley in which it is located, which in turn was named on account of its crescent shape. Crescent Valley no longer has a U.S. Post Office, the one here was closed after 2008. A small store at the SE corner of 2nd street and Sr306 has one of the only “Village Post Offices” in the state of Nevada. Postal boxes to receive mail were installed at the Fairgrounds. Mail is delivered from the Post Office in Carlin, NV by auto.

The park in Crescent Valley is a small area consisting of two pavilions, a large area for picnicking complete with barbecues, a bathroom, a baseball field for the Cves youth baseball teams, a playground, a basketball court, and a horseshoe tossing area. The dirt hills and ditches on the outskirts of Crescent Valley are the perfect type of terrain to enjoy some dirt biking, which is the common interest between the younger kids and teens.

The town celebrates all holidays at the fairgrounds, also known as the community center, including "Founder's Day" near the end of June. Founders Day is the celebration of the town itself with games such as horseshoe tossing near the park and pig chasing at the fairgrounds. Other holidays usually are celebrated by special events and dinners at the fairgrounds. Easter is celebrated with an Easter egg hunt and a raffle for prizes at The Ranch House bar and grill on the north side of town. Trick-or-treaters can be found all throughout the town on Halloween, and every year a special "Christmas Carol" Hayride is organized in December

Area Climate

The climate is typical of the Great Basin: hot and dry with cool mornings in the summer with occasional monsoonal thunderstorms from late July through August; cold and relatively dry in the winter. Temperatures drop to 0 °F or -17.8 °C or lower on an average 4.7 mornings during the winter, though in the severe winter of 1916/1917 this happened twenty-five times. They drop to 32 °F or 0 °C on an average 181.3 mornings, though maximum temperatures top freezing on all but 26.3 days during an average winter. During the summer temperatures rise to 90 °F or 32.2 °C or hotter on 11.8 afternoons, though 100 °F or 37.8 °C has never been reached with the hottest temperature being 99 °F or 37.2 °C on July 14, 1955. Snow accumulations vary from 10 to 30 inches (0.25 to 0.76 m) in mild winters to in excess of 80 inches (2.03 m) in more severe years; in the winter of 1906/1907, more than 150 inches or 3.81 metres of snow fell.

The wettest calendar year has been 1941 with 23.86 inches (606.0 mm) and the driest 2008 with 5.64 inches (143.3 mm), whilst May 1917 with 5.73 inches (145.5 mm) has been the wettest single month. The snowiest month has been March 1902 with 54.0 inches or 1.37 metres of fresh snowfall.

Median Household Income In Crescent Valley, Nv

In 2016: Crescent Valley: $87,771

Change In Median Household Income Between 2000 And 2016: Crescent Valley, Nevada: +111.9%

The Income Increased 111.9% In Six Years

Income Statistics Tell A Lot About The Financial Health Of This Area. It Is Growing

How Is It Growing?

The Chart In The Photos Shows Mining 58 % Of The Areas Industries.

Own Land In A Gold Mining Area That Is Growing And Developing

Why Not Own Land Alongside The Big Mining Companies.

A Great Opportunity For A Sound Investment

About Eureka County---

Eureka County was established in 1873 and formed from Lander County after silver was discovered more than 100 miles (160 km) east of Austin. The new mining camp's residents complained Austin was too far to go for county business and a new county was created. It was named for the ancient Greek term, Eureka, meaning, "I have found it."

This term was used earlier in California and other locations. Eureka has always been the county seat.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has an area of 4,180 square miles (10,800 km2), of which 4,176 square miles (10,820 km2) is land and 4.3 square miles (11 km2) (0.1%) is water.

The county's highest point is the 10,631 ft summit of Diamond Peak in the Diamond Mountains along the border with White Pine County.

At the 2010 census, there were 1,987 people, 836 households, and 495 families living in the county.[12] The population density was 0.5 inhabitants per square mile. There were 1,076 housing units at an average density of 0.3 per square mile.

The racial makeup of the county was 89.3% white, 2.4% American Indian, 0.9% Asian, 0.1% black or African American, 5.1% from other races, and 2.2% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 12.0% of the population. In terms of ancestry, 43.3% were American, 14.8% were German, 11.4% were Irish, 7.3% were English, and 6.9% were Italian.

Of the 836 households, 27.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.6% were married couples living together, 4.2% had a female householder with no husband present, 40.8% were non-families, and 33.0% of households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.38 and the average family size was 3.07. The median age was 42.4 years.

The median household income was $61,400 and the median family income was $75,179. Males had a median income of $54,625 versus $42,321 for females. The per capita income for the county was $30,306. About 9.9% of families and 16.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 23.6% of those under age 18 and 13.9% of those age 65 or over.

This property consists of level land with incredible views in all directions. The property is very picturesque and ideal for building a home.

Lot Size: 1,672,704 Square Feet.

For 21 straight years, Nevada was the fastest

growing state in the Usa.

21 Years Straight.

The Value Of This Land Will Only Go Up.

This Parcel Provides Mountain Views In All Directions

Water in this area is obtained via well.

Well depths vary but the typical depth is 80-150 feet.

What is the best ways to get around in Crescent Valley, Nv?

Crescent Valley is very car friendly. Most of the street network is built for driving, and parking is easy. Crescent Valley is not very conducive to walking as almost no common errands can be run without needing to resort to a vehicle.

Is Crescent Valley, NV pedestrian friendly?

There are only a very small number of primary schools in this census-designated place and accordingly they can be a very long walk away. Likewise, Crescent Valley does not contain any high schools. With regards to food, purchasing one's groceries usually necessitates the use of a car in this census-designated place.

What is life in Crescent Valley, NV like?

Crescent Valley is very good for those who prefer a quiet atmosphere, as noise from streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue.

What are the most popular housing types in Crescent Valley, Nv?

In Crescent Valley, most dwellings are single detached homes, but mobile homes are also present in the housing stock. The homes in this census-designated place are quite new, since around 30% of its buildings were built between 1990 and 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960S and the 1980S. This census-designated place has a good selection of housing sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly 90% of the properties in the census-designated place are occupied by homeowners and renters occupy the remainder.

Land Maps & Attachments

Directions to Land

From the Intersection of HWY 306 & McDaniels Ave in Crescent Valley NV, Take McDaniels Ave East 2.82 Miles Property will be on the left.

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Mixed Use Zoning
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Annual Taxes
$40
LANDFLIP ID
258755
Parcel Number (APN)
005-740-16
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