We have purchased scenic acreage just outside Lovelock,
Lovelock today has many recreational facilities
including a well cared for rodeo grounds, an Olympic-sized
swimming pool, tennis courts, a trap-shooting club, a
modern library, a children's playground, a courthouse, and
a shady park with picnic tables for the use of their many
The Chamber of Commerce has additional information
In the fall, the Lovelock Valley becomes the hunter's
paradise as deer, pheasant, quail, chukkar, rabbit, and
dove make interesting targets. The area is within 2 1/2
hours of the finest Sierra skiing resorts and 2 hours from
Reno recreational facilities including the casinos!
The mountains and hills surrounding Lovelock have more
variety of minerals than any similar sized area in the
world. There are huge iron ore deposits, and there are
also deposits of gold, silver, copper, mercury, tungsten,
gypsum, diatomaceous earth, antimony, sulfur, flourspar,
platinum group and manganese. Needless to say, the area is
a rockhounders, bottle diggers and fossil hunters
paradise. One of the countries largest silver mines is
located 26 miles from Lovelock. Diatomaceous earth is
mined in only a few places on earth and Lovelock is one of
There are numerous old mining camps and ghost towns
that offer tourists glimpses back in to the history along
the old Immigrant trail. The big meadows area where
Lovelock is located is a idea place for agriculture,
farming and ranching. The principal crop in the valley
surrounding Lovelock is high-protein alfalfa.
The Lovelock area is also mecca for bird hunters and
includes many variety of other large and small game
animals. There is plenty of fishing in the Rye Patch and
other reservoirs, Humboldt Rivers, and many mountain
streams. Big Meadows, a lush natural meadow in which the
Humboldt River disappears is approximately 2 miles
northeast of the present town site.
Lovelock is also the gateway to the
Rye Patch State Recreation Area, an 11,000 acre
reservoir with 72 miles of shoreline formed by the
Humboldt River. There’s swimming, a campground, fishing,
picnic grounds and other amenities available to the
With an elevation of around 4,000 feet the climate is
semi-arid. The average rainfall is 5.48” and an average
snowfall of 8.7”. The summer temperatures range from highs
in the 90s and lows in the 60s with winter temperatures
ranging in the high 40s and in the teens for a low.
This area is considered
Cowboy Country as it’s a region where the traditional
and the modern can live side-by-side.
The property corners in the subdivsion have been surveyed
and staked. Each ranchette has breathtaking views in every
This property is located about 90 miles North of Reno,
Nevada and could someday become a bedroom community.
This property has been acquired with title insurance and
is free and clear of all liens and encumbrances!
Also in this
area is a "secret" little hot spot called "Pyramid
Lake" which is 35 miles NE of Reno.
Pyramid Lake is
a favorite hunting ground for the fishermen who wade out
deep and cast for trout even in wintry weather.
relocate (or just want to have an "address") in Nevada due
to the fact there is no personal or corporate income tax,
no inheritance or gift tax, estate tax, and extremely low
Nevada is the
fastest growing state in the U.S. for the last fifteen
years and superior land investments are becoming scarce.
Please check this link for more info
Huge 40 Acre (Surveyed & Staked) Ranch Site In Pershing
is a 40.47 acre parcel Lot 1of Section 1,Township 27N,
Range 35E. MDB&M
Lot 1, Section 11,Township 27N, Range 35E. MDB&M
Size: Approximately 40.47
Acres or 1,740,000 Square Feet.
Terrain: Level and gently rolling
hills with distant mountain and prairie views.
Access: Well maintained dirt
Agricultural (May be rezoned Residential)
Tank or Well (Depths vary from 50-150 feet)
Contact the Nevada Department of Water Resources
Power in area.
Phone by cellular.
& Sale Deed (a Nevada Warranty Deed) /
Limit to Build:
Approximately $80 per year for the entire section. Taxes
are current for 2003.
Highest & Best Use:Investment
Please click here for bidding information -
You will own this property below market value! These
lots are being sold anywhere from $20,000 to $40,000!
Map and Land Links
2-D Topographical Map
Directions to Property
of the Property with snow on the Mountains! Click Land
Please note pictures of land are in
and around the section and may not be the exact parcel.
additional costs or fees except a $99 recording fee and
an Agricultural Deferral Assessment fee of $280. We will
prepare all paperwork, pay all fees to the county and have
the deed recorded in your name.
Upon completion of this Silent
auction, the winning bidder will receive an e-mail
outlining closing and deed recording instructions.