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Nevada Recreational Hunting Cattle

Apn: 06109001020304;0611301314 : Gerlach, NV 89412

Washoe County, Nevada

1,378.09 Acres
$1,000,000 USD
$726 / ac
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Hunting Fishing Recreation Working Ranch For Sale in Waqshoe County, Nevada

This is your once in a Lifetime Opportunity to Find Your Freedom on this Premier Recreational and Hunting Ranch, which could also be utilized as a working ranch. The ranch consists of Six parcels, equalling +/- 1,378 Acres, which completely surround New Year/Crooks Lake in extreme NW Nevada. This Outstanding Nevada Recreational Ranch For Sale is as remote as you will find and it is surrounded by BLM Lands for miles. Hurry. The Six 6 APNs included in this sale are,02,03,04,14. Call John Parsons-Broker at Today.

Freedom, Refuge, Sanctuary, Preserve, Conservation

You are sure to be amazed by the 360 Degree views of this ranch, the Hays Canyon Mountain Range, the snow capped Werner Mountains and beyond. New Year/Crooks Lake is within the Pacific Flyway and draws waterfowl by the thousands each year. These holdings are also with the State of Nevada Game Management Unit 11 which is known for trophy mule deer and pronghorn antelope, along with excellent upland game bird, small game and predator hunting. There are multiple trails into the ranch through the surrounding BLM Lands or you could fly in with a bush plane landing on the South end of the dry lake bed. From the steep rimrocks above to the heavily treed timber and on down to the lake, there is something here for everyone. Come build your dream lodge or cabin or just come rough it. Dream locations like this are few and far between and this is truly as Wild West as it gets. Invest in Land and Your Time here on Earth, because as you know, they are NOT making any more of It.

GPS Coordinates Blm Trail intersects West parcel line 41.7872, -119.9464

Center of Lake 41.7548, -119.9508

Property Information County Washoe County, Nevada

Acres 1,378.09

Apn,02,03,04,14 - Six Parcels

Elevation 5,960 - 6,260 Ft.

Zoning Gr-General Rural

Land Use Code 120 Single Family Residential Livestock Allowed No HOA OR Cc&Rs.

Electricity None - Water A well will be needed.

Water Rights - 1800 Gallons Per Day from a Domestic Well

Sewer A septic will be needed.

Roads Gravel and Dirt roads

Time Limit to Build None

Yearly Taxes $ 142.18

Type of Terrain Level, Varied, Steep, Hilly, Open and Heavily Treed.

County Contact Information For land use Call Washoe County Planning & Zoning Dept for questions about building codes at.

For Property Information Call Washoe County Assessor at.

Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge

The Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge is a 573,504-Acre 232,089 ha national wildlife refuge on the northern border of the U.S. state of Nevada. A very small part extends northward into Oregon. It is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service Usfws as the Nevada component of the Sheldon-Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex, which is headquartered in Lakeview, Oregon. The Sheldon Refuge is noted for its population of wild horses, now all removed and The Virgin Valley Mining District for Black Precious Opals,the State Gemstone, still very active with multiple fee dig mines. A point within the refuge is also the farthest place in the continuous US from a McDonald's restaurant, at just 115 miles. 185 kilometers In 1931, the refuge was established under executive order to carry out three central goals First, the refuge was to provide a habitat for the antelope more properly called the pronghorn, an animal whose population was in decline during the early 1900S. Second, conservation efforts were put forth to protect native fish, wildlife and plants. The refuge contains the very active and popular Virgin Valley Opal Mining District and was grandfathered in with all rights. Finally, the refuge was to serve as an inviolate migratory bird sanctuary. 3 Advocates characterize Sheldon as one of the few intact sagebrush steppe ecosystems in the Great Basin, one that hosts a variety of wildlife endemic to the unique environment. 4 Desert fishes, greater sage-grouse, migratory birds, mule deer and the pygmy rabbit are all residents.~Wikipedia

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LANDFLIP ID
276867
MLS / Internal / Other ID
27015-05723
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Last Updated
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