MEADOW VALLEY RANCHOS
The Meadow Valley Ranchos subdivision is located less than 17 miles from downtown Elko and offers incredible 360 degree mountain views.
Within minutes of this property, there are thousands of acres of BLM land to keep you busy with incredible outdoor activities.
The bustling town of Elko is only 26 minutes away when you want to enjoy some shopping, or visit one of the many local restaurants, bars or casinos.
Being just outside of Elko, NV, you are remote enough to enjoy the life you want, while just a short car ride to the town that can provide you with all of your essentials.
The lot is oversized and has an unmaintained dirt road. This is the perfect Off-grid property.
Property Address: 20ST, NV
Parcel ID: 063018011
Size: 1.13 Acres
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Access: Dirt Road
Water: Would be by Well
Sewer: Would be by Septic
HOA Fees: None
Taxes: Approximately $30 per year
GPS Coordinates are as follows
NW 41.0059, -115.5716
SW 41.0051, -115.5716
SE 41.0051, -115.571
NE 41.0059, -115.571
Owner Financing: $99 doc fee, $109 Down and $ 109.00 per month for 24 months-or- $2,095 cash.
- No Credit Check
- No Prepayment Penalty
- 90 Money Back Guarantee
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Driving distances are as follows:
Elko: 23 minutes (11.2 miles)
Salt Lake City: 3.5 hours
Reno: 4.5 hours
Las Vegas: 6 hours
The City of Elko, NV
The city of Elko is a short drive from the property. Elko has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. Elko is a bustling little city, offering a wide variety of services and amenities to visitors. Don’t expect to find a room at Basque Festival time or during the Cowboy Poetry Gathering unless you’ve booked well in advance, but at most other times of the year you’ll find motel rooms readily available. Restaurants range from the homespun to the elegant from The Coffee Mug near the center of the city, say, to Misty’s at the Red Lion. You can take Nevada Route 225 north to Wild Horse Reservoir, Mountain City, and Owyhee. Nevada Route 227 leads southwest to Spring Creek, South Fork State Park, Lamoille, and the magnificent Ruby Mountains.
Elko, Nevada has been termed “a small town in splendid isolation.” Not long ago, it was named “Best Small Town in America.” Sitting at an elevation of more than 5,000 feet, Elko is known as “Nevada with Altitude,” a moniker to which it truly lives up. The thriving northeastern, Nevada city is bordered by the towering, snow-capped Ruby Mountains, often called the Alps of, Nevada, and the lush, glacier-carved Lamoille Canyon. And that means there’s no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy, everything from down-and-dirty ATVing to out-of-this-world heli-skiing. Within minutes of downtown Elko, visitors can enjoy rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, hunting, fishing or backpacking– and that’s just the start. Elko’s humble beginning came in 1869, when it was established as a railroad site town. It quickly became home to rail workers and their families., Nevada’s first high school opened in Elko in 1885, and the University of, Nevada welcomed its first students there in 1874 before moving to Reno 11 years later.
Elko is where, Nevada’s real cowboys work and play, and the Wild West spirit is catching. Cowboys from across the nation flock to Elko every January for the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, a celebration of the cowboy lifestyle and the rural West. But the events in Elko go beyond its Western roots. Every July is the annual National Basque Festival, a nod to the rich Basque history and culture both in, Nevada and across the country. The festival is a raucous family event with traditional food and wine, dancing and even a ceremonial running of the bulls. And for Basque food anytime, Elko’s authentic Basque restaurants always hit the spot. Other much-anticipated events in Elko include the Silver State Stampede, Motorcycle Jamboree and the county fair.
Today, visitors to Elko can explore, Nevada’s roots in mining, ranching and native culture with a stop at the Northeastern, Nevada Museum, the Western Folklife Center or the Sherman Station Visitor’s Center. And for a real treat, check out Capriola’s. It’s one the most famous saddle-making companies in the world, and visitors can browse the array of rich leather goods and even watch saddle-makers at work.