The famous Cottonwood Springs area is now for sale! This listing comprises of 9 parcels and seller wants to sell it all together, however each parcel can be sold separate. There is a year round spring and each parcel has the right to drill one well. APN# 004-241-72, 71,70,69, 68,67 APN# 004-281-25, 44, 45 Seller is NV licensee not related to listing agent
Steamboat Creek runs right through it. Trees and green grass cover about 2/3ds of the property. The hill overlooks the meadow. There are 3 homesites and the previous owner researched building an elevated pad in the meadow for a house and barn. Flood zone covers the meadow. Access is off Andrew Land and off 395 South. There is a well on the property that has not been used in some time. It is not hooked up to power at this time. St. James Village acquired an easement for a sewer line through the meadow.
17.09 Acres in Pleasant Valley. Medium Density Rural and Medium Density Suburban Zoning. Development opportunity. Great views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Easy access to Carson City and Reno. Owner will carry paper with substantial down.
Lousetown Creek runs trough and so is Lousetown Rd. There are 3 parcels adjoining and to be sold together by this seller, however parcel can be sold separate.Each parcel has the right to drill one domestic well and build one house on each but no additional water rights are available Seller is NV licensee not related to listing agent
Historical Find!! Directions to property ~ 341 Geiger Grade to the 2nd entrance of Toll Road, take a left on Toll Road, follow 1.1 Miles to 10 Toll Road, address is marked with Sign. Dirt roads, please drive a 4x4 vehicle. For Gate Code see Private Remarks. This is a unique property located in the Virginia City Highlands area filled with many pinion and ponderosa pine trees. Spectacular Views of the Mountains!
Well is in and foundation is poured on this very usable 10 ac piece of land.Power is at the driveway. Just start building your home! There are no additional water rights but the right to use the well. Wild horses always have the right to roam free in this area.