Here's a rare 7.73 acres parcel on NV Hwy 400, approx 10 minutes from the tiny towns of Mill City and Imlay.
Mill City is 120 miles from Reno.
This is a beautiful parcel with paved road frontage (which is a rare, and definitely a Huge advantage).
Terrain is level to gently rolling, covered with native grass, and surrounded by mountains.
The Land Area is absolutely gorgeous and pristine, and offers magnificent views to every direction - See Actual Pictures in gallery above.
Be sure to also open all the maps attached in files at the bottom of listing, under Land Maps & Attachments.
Parcels of this quality are rarely seen at this low price.
Here Are The Terms:
Purchase Price: get started: A Down Payment of + Closing Costs shall be paid via Paypal.
I will send the buyer a Paypal invoice upon being notified you wish to purchase this property.
We will owner finance the remaining balance of at one of the following 3 options:
A) 12 Months with 0% interest, monthly payment of 24 Months with 4% interest, monthly payment of 36 Months with 6% interest, monthly payment of per month for prepayment of property tax shall be added to monthly payment.
Parcel Number Pershing County
Northwest Corner: 40.602859, -118.053397
Southwest Corner: 40.601055, -118.053349
Legal Description: N½ NE¼ SW¼ lying Easterly of Highway 400, Sec. 33, T32n, R35e, Mdb&M
Size: 7.73 Acres.
Terrain: Level to gently rolling..
Access: Paved road.
Zoning: Residential, farm, ranch, and many other uses.
This land is off-grid. There are no public utilities.
Water: Common options for household water would be: A) Drilling a well. B) Have it hauled to a storage tank.
You have rights to drill one well of up to 1,800 gallons a day.
Sewer: By installing a septic system.
Electric: Via Solar system.
Time Limit to Build: None
Association Dues: None
Title: We always guarantee a free and clear marketable title.
Annual taxes: Taxes are paid current.
I encourage my buyers to use the land while on contract, enjoy it, make small improvements, etc.
I am selling vacant land, not entering into a "Landlord/Tenant" relationship...
That being said, if your intention is to live on this land right away - then you must also pay for it in full right away - 100% use requires 100% ownership.
I need to mention this because I've had a few folks who presumptuously assumed since they paid a few hundred dollars to get into a land contract, they can now "move right in" and do as they please...
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