Winnemucca, NV Pershing Country Land 80. acre for sale in Winnemucca, NV

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LOW PRICE!!! ELECTRICITY AVAILABLE. This is a rare opportunity to own 80.63 acres of surveyed & staked land with Power in Pershing County, NV that will not last for long.


Owner will finance with $1,999 down payment, 0% Interest and a monthly payment of $395 for 150 months.

It is located SW of Lovelock, NV - approximately 13 miles South of I 80 just off of paved road (Coal Canyon / Stillwater Road) with bladed gravel road frontage (legal access).

There are no restrictions on this land - you can build, camp, hunt, etc. Water would be by well or delivery and a septic system could be installed. Electricity is available at the north edge of the parcel with nice Mountain Views (Hills & Mountains are near this parcel). There is cell phone reception in the area.

There are no personal, corporate income taxes, inheritance, gift or estate taxes.

Legal Description:

Lot 8 out of Section 27 T26N R 34E, 40.49 Acres,

Lot 13 out of Section 27 T26N R 34E, 40.14 Acres,

Pershing County, NV.

There are no back taxes and no liens (Title is free and clear), no HOA dues and you will receive a Warranty Deed. There is a $499 documentation fee. The lot is sold as-is.

We offer optional SafeFunds escrow Services.

Please see the maps, GPS Coordinates and pictures in the ad.

Approximate GPS Coordinates are

40.101167, -118.155417

There is excellent hunting (deer, duck, geese, quail, dove, pheasant, wild horses; bighorn sheep and antelope). Numerous fishing grounds are stocked with trout, catfish, etc.

Rye Patch Dam & Recreation area, Trinity Range ghost towns, natural hot springs are nearby.

Directions: Drive NW from Lovelock I 80, go South on Coal Canyon / Stillwater Road about 13 miles and take left onto bladed gravel road to Lot 5 on right. Please see the maps, GPS Coordinates and pictures in this ad.

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