Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $199/mo
Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. Put down more to save the cost of interest. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website.
This 4.77 acre property is the place you want to be for off grid adventure, camping, or just relaxing and enjoying the fresh mountain air. It is nice and flat with plenty of room to build, farm, or play. It has 360 degree panoramic mountain views, and plenty of native desert sage brush. There is no time limit to build, and camping and RVs, so you can use it as a weekend place until you are ready to build your dream home and retire in nature.
Check out the pictures of the property! Have questions? Call, text or email me! 971-248-6715 or [email protected]
If you have ever dreamed of building a dream home with panoramic mountain views, this is the place to do it. Enjoy the outdoors the way you did when you were a kid and grow up to be the cowboy you always wanted to be! Bring your 4×4 and enjoy some time roughing it! Want to build a vacation home and then use it as an AirBnB? This is a great spot to attract local tourists!
Enjoy the beautiful weather, the peace and quiet, and the abundant sunshine when you buy this property. Despite its relatively rural setting, those buying land here will find a surprising amount to do in Northern Nevada. In addition to the town of Winnemucca, there’s also the Rye Patch State Recreation Area, just down the highway outside of Lovelock, the Blackrock Desert Conservation Area, home to the annual Burning Man events, Lahontan State Recreation Area just outside of Fallon and Pyramid Lake just north of Fernley. In addition, the Reno/Tahoe Metro Area, home to plenty of resorts, casinos and world-class skiing is only two and a half hours west of the subject property and may prove an excellent resource for weekend getaways.
Check out the pictures of the property and its views and imagine getting to spend all your free time enjoying these stunning mountain views and wide open spaces!
Have questions? Call, text or email me! 971-248-6715 or [email protected]
Its not too far from town when you need to stock up. Winnemucca is is located just a quick 15 or so minute drive away from the property. With a population of a little under 8,000, this quaint western town is home to a number of amenities including big box stores such as Walmart and Ace Hardware as well as fast food restaurants, casinos, stores and bars. In addition, this town is also home to a number of government services, schools, parks and churches, which should be a benefit for anyone looking to raise a family here.
Winniemucca (10.6miles 18min)
Weso (15.7 miles 22min)
Fallon (122miles 1hr 48min)
Fernley (127 miles 1hr 50min)
Address: Wildhorse Rd, Winnemucca, NV
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/jELwHPz7BiUtaeNDA
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS: 40.887088, -117.837731
NE GPS: 40.887104, -117.836540
SW GPS: 40.885356, -117.837715
SE GPS: 40.885380, -117.836513
Zoning: Single Family Residential – 600 sq feet minimum, no time limit to build, No HOA. Mobile and Modular homes allowed.
Camping/RVs : 14 days out of every 3 months
- PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $7,999.00 plus a $249 document fee, or alternatively…Owner Financing Price: $9,999.00, $249 down for the doc fee (non-refundable) and $251 in equity for a total of $500 down. Monthly payment: $199/mo.
- NO prepayment penalties and NO hidden fees! We are flexible and can make this fit any budget if you can meet our minimum downpayment and monthly payment for this property. Eric and I are family men and enjoy making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. we can owner finance with a land contract. If paying in cash, we can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title
- CONTACT KRISTY TODAY! Tele: (971) 248-6715 [email protected]
Wild Horse rd
LOT 5 IN NE1/4 (QUARTER SECTION REQUIRED) 29 35 37 4.770
Wild Horse Rd
Would be well ot water haul- Apply to dig a well (costs $100) then you hire your own driller
Single Family Residential – see above for description
$3/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties
There’s no HOA for this property
Note Servicing Fee
Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.
Humboldt County Nevada
Humboldt County is located in the rugged high desert region of north-central Nevada, bordered on the north by Oregon and by neighboring Nevada counties to the west, south and east. The County’s 9,626 square miles offer some of the most varied, spectacular scenery in the State and a wide array of recreational opportunities.
The County’s economy is derived in large part from its main industries:
- Agriculture and Agricultural Services
- Tourism and Construction
The County is located in the rich gold mining center of the Western U.S and is the leading agricultural county in the State of Nevada with over 100,000 acres under cultivation. Tourism is also a large part of the County’s economic base due to the large numbers of visitors the gaming industry brings to the area and the draw of the beautiful wide open spaces, historical sites, and great hunting and fishing.
Check out the counties information sheet to learn more about Humboldt County
Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge
The Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge is a 573,504-acre national wildlife refuge on the northern border of the U.S. state of Nevada. A very small part extends northward into Oregon. It is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service as the Nevada component of the Sheldon-Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex, which is headquartered in Lakeview, Oregon. The Sheldon Refuge was noted for its population of wild horses.
Knott Creek & Onion Valley Reservoirs
Check out this gorgeous spot to spend your day on the water fishing, paddle boarding, and taking in the fresh air. Tucked in the spectacular, ruggedly remote northwestern Nevada, Knott Creek Reservoir, Onion Valley and Blue Lake beckons outdoorsmen of all kinds thanks to its top notch fly fishing, crowdless hiking trails, untamed wildlife, and some of the best stargazing in the state, country, and world. Situated up beyond the Black Rock Desert and below the mighty Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, planning and adventure to Knott Creek Reservoir promises true alone-in-nature experiences in one of the most remote places in the Lower 48.
Nestled in the pristinely beautiful Pine Forest Mountains, Knott Creek Reservoir fishing is so great because the lake is managed and stocked by the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Besides Knott Creek, a cluster of man-made reservoirs are found in this mountain range, including nearby Onion Valley Reservoir, Little Onion Reservoir, and Blue Lakes. Knott Creek covers 200+ surface acres with a maximum depth of 24 feet, which makes for ideal float tube fishing or fly fishing from the shoreline. The reservoir is stocked with a handful of different trout species, like rainbow trout, and two hybrid species including bowcut trout (rainbow and cutthroat hybrid), tiger trout (brown and brook hybrid.) Protected by its remoteness and proper management plan, the fish population here are sizable, growing up to 30 inches.
Black Rock Desert – High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area
The Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon NCA is BLM (Bureau of Land Management) owned land that hosts a multitude of recreational opportunities within its 800,000 acres. It encompasses nearly 120 miles of emigrant trails, the Black Rock Desert, and High Rock Canyon. The most popular attractions are the Black Rock Desert playa, the narrow gorge of High Rock Canyon, the natural hot springs, and historic wagon trails.
Rye Patch State Recreation Area
Open year-round, Rye Patch State Recreation Area is situated on a 22-mile long reservoir that has 72 miles of shoreline and 11,000 acres of water surface when full. Visitors enjoy camping, picnicking, swimming and water-skiing, and fisherman delight in the available white bass, catfish, black bass and walleye. Trails around and throughout the park make it easy to enjoy the waterfowl and wildlife that abound, including hawks, eagles, owls, great egrets, antelope, deer and fox. The park also serves as a popular base camp for off-road vehicles, ghost town exploration and gold prospecting.
Model T Casino
The Model T Casino is located in the heart of town with convenient access from I-80. Many years ago the Model T was a Ford dealership which probably accounts for the name! The town itself has evolved from a campground worksite in early 1830 to the historic, vibrant town you see today.
The Model T occupies prime real estate center strip in Winnemucca and is conveniently located with I-80 access. The charming Main Street facade transports you back in time, but that’s where the nostalgia ends! We provide a value driven experience for our guests by offering the newest slot machines, promotions, point multipliers, drawings, comps, and cash back in town.
Just above the site where thousands of wagon trains forded the Humboldt River on the long trek to California, sits the Humboldt Museum. The modern brick building mirrors its historic predecessor, a church turned museum. Also on site is the Greinstein Building– an 1880’s store, and the Richardson-Saunders House– an 1899 Eastlake style home. Together, the buildings house the story of the community. Admission is FREE!
Remains from the Ice Age of 13,000 years ago, wonderful beaded and quilled regalia from an American Indian collection, vintage automobiles, keepsakes from Winnemucca’s “art Nouveau” period, and an early soda manufacturing scene are just some of the displays awaiting your visit.
Humboldt Museum campus comprises:
- A large, two-story, red brick building housing the main collections
- Three beautiful buildings moved to the site from elsewhere in town
- The Humboldt River Viewing Plaza and plenty of parking
Calico Mountains Wilderness
Calico Mountains Wilderness is a U S Wilderness Area in Nevada under the Bureau of Land Management. It is located in the Calico Hills. Rockhounding, hunting, and dayhiking are in the wilderness. Photography of geologic formations and spring wildflowers is a pastime of local visitors. Box, Fly, and Cherry Creek Canyons provide a setting for day-hiking, backpacking, photography, wildlife and wild horse viewing opportunities. Hunting for mule deer, antelope, and game birds is popular in the area.