Get Off Grid and Own 10 Sprawling Acres in Elko County Nevada – No Neighbors, only Mountain Views!

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Discounted Cash Price

$5,999 $6,999
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Full payment due in 3 weeks Reserve Now

Owner Financing Price

$6,999 Plus Interest
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $149/mo. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $149/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 is a fantastic opportunity to own this great 10 acre, property in Elko County Nevada that will bring you year round enjoyment. The property is surrounded by vast open spaces where your only visitors are the deer, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and other abundant wildlife. If you are looking to get off-grid, you have 10 acres all to yourself! Not to mention— there are no neighbors for MILES. Enjoy the trees and stunning views anytime you want!
Want more than 10 acres? The 5 acres in front of this property is also for sale and would give you great road access! Check it out HERE

Elko County as so much to do.  There is something for everyone here!  Camp in the stunning Lamoille Canyon, fish in Angel Lake, hike up Pilot Peak, teach the kids about history at the Western Folklife Center or Northeastern Nevada Museum, and spend some adult time at the Nugget or Peppermill Casino and test your luck at the tables!  

Situated just 20 minutes from Elko, this property offers all the perks of off grid living but just a few miles from the city. Just far enough to get away from all the hustle and bustle of city life, but close enough to stock up whenever you need to.

Seize your opportunity to get in on the deal of a lifetime – contact our office before this property is SOLD!

Check out the google earth image and aerial plat map of this property – photos are of a similar property in the same area!

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. Elko is a good size town with shops, restaurants, hotels, and lots more.

Elko (11.3 miles, 23 min)
Lee (23.9miles 36min)
Osino (10.8miles 28min)
Ryndon(23.9miles34 min)
Boise, ID (248mi 4hr 21mins)
Reno, NV ( 300 miles, 4hr 39min)

Address: Elko NV

Google Map Link:

4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS 40.861, – 115.675
NE GPS 40.861, – 115.673

SW GPS 40.857, – 115.675
SE GPS 40.857, – 115.673

Zoning: Ag Residential – 400 sq ft minimum to build. Mobile homes are allowed.
Camping & RVs: Camping & RV Living is allowed. Septic system to be installed within 28 days of residency on the property. No composting toilets or portable toilets are allowed.

Property Information

Parcel Size






Nearest Cities


Parcel Number



Elko NV

Legal Description










Dirt trail – easement- 4×4 recommended in winter months


Solar, Wind or Generator


Well or Water delivery to a Cistern


Oil/ Gas


40°51’25.2″N 115°40’30.0″W


Ag/Residential – see above for description

Purchase Information/Fees

$42/year ($4/mo)

Property Taxes

$4/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.

Elko County Nevada

Elko County is in northeastern corner of Nevada, and borders Idaho on the north and Utah on the east. About 50,000 people call Elko County home. The county is mountainous, including the Independence, Ruby, and Pequop ranges, with occasional valleys and a high plateau in the northwest, and contains two large segments of Humboldt National Forest (north and centre). The county was created in 1869. The county seat is Elko, site of the annual Basque Festival which celebrates the immigrant sheepherders of the county.

Elko is where Nevada’s real cowboys—or in Nevada, buckaroos—work and play, and the Western spirit lives on. Elko’s authenticity has earned the town its spot as one of the Top True Western Towns in the United States.

ELKO – a quarter-century after being named “The Best Small Town in America,” Elko has earned the title of best city to live in the state of Nevada. Elko was selected because of its high household income, low cost of living, and rapid population growth. This makes it a great place for investment or to call home!

Lamoille Canyon

The Gorgeous Lamoille Canyon

Lamoille Canyon is the largest valley in the Ruby Mountains, located in the central portion of Elko County in the northeastern section of the state of Nevada, in the western United States. Approximately 12 miles in length, it was extensively sculpted by glaciers in previous ice ages. Lamoille Canyon begins at Liberty Peak at an elevation of 11,032 ft. It quickly descends to a glacial basin now occupied by Lamoille Lake.
A nearby granite shelf contains the picturesque Dollar Lakes. Further down the canyon is a large stand of Whitebark pine and the Road’s End Trailhead, the high point of Lamoille Canyon Road, which is a National Forest Scenic Byway. This is also the northern terminus of the 38-mile Ruby Crest National Recreation Trail, and the start of the much shorter trail to Island Lake. Road’s End is where Lamoille Canyon begins a sweeping turn around the flanks of Thomas Peak, 11,325 ft. The glaciers have deeply carved the canyon, leaving a U-shaped cross section and, high on the side of Thomas Peak, four hanging valleys. The road then passes the Terraces Picnic Area and Verdi Peak. A nearby nature trail exhibits the diverse plant life in the canyon bottom.

Angel Lake

Grab you Canoe, Kayaks, or Paddlboards!

Angel Lake is a glacial tarn in the northern part of the East Humboldt Range, in central Elko County in the northeastern part of the state of Nevada. It has an elevation of 8378 feet and an area of approximately 13 acres, and a depth of up to 29 feet. A 12-mile scenic highway, State Route 231, climbs from Interstate 80’s exit 351 in Wells to the eastern shore of the lake. Located at the base of a steep cirque, the lake is surrounded by high cliffs. Greys Peak rises high to the west, and to the south is a group of pinnacles known as Chimney Rock. Far below and to the east lies Clover Valley and the community of Wells.
Angel Lake is one of the most popular recreation sites in the area. On its shore is a 26-site campground, and an 11-site picnic area. The lake itself is available for fishing and non-motorized rafts. A paved trailhead provides access for routes to nearby Smith Lake and to the more distant Greys Lake. Down the access road can be found a trailhead for Winchell Lake, and the Angel Creek Campground. The lake was named after Warren M. Angel, an early rancher in nearby Clover Valley.

Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Gorgeous Views!

The Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located in southwestern Elko County and northwestern White Pine County in the northeastern section of the state of Nevada in the western United States. Established in 1938, it encompasses 37,632 acres of wetlands in Ruby Valley, just east of the Ruby Mountains and just south of Harrison Pass. It is 16 miles long, up to 3 miles in width, and lies at an elevation of 6,000 feet.
Once the bed of a 200-foot deep lake, it is now a network of spring-fed marshes and shallow ponds serving as a habitat for hundreds of species of native and migratory birds and mammals. The Refuge is administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A Visitor’s Center and auto-tour route allow for discreet viewing of waterfowl.

Wild Horse Reservoir State Recreation Area


Wild Horse State Recreation Area is a public recreation area located on the northeast shore of Wild Horse Reservoir, approximately 67 miles north of Elko, Nevada. The 120-acre park is a popular destination for fishing, and especially ice fishing, on the reservoir, which was created in 1937 and enlarged to cover 2,830 acres with the creation of a new dam in 1969. In addition to year-round fishing, the park offers opportunities for camping, picnicking, boating, ice skating, sledding, snowmobiling, and skiing

Cactus Petes Resort Casino

Try Your Luck at the Casino!

Cactus Petes Resort Casino is a hotel and casino located in Jackpot, Nevada. It is owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties and operated by Penn National Gaming. It has 296 rooms and 24,827 sq ft of casino floor space.
The casino offerings include more than 600 slot machines, including reels, video poker, video reels and video keno; two gaming pits featuring 20 table games; a seven-table live poker room and a keno lounge and sports book.

Northeastern Nevada Museum

Desert Reef Hot Spring with stunning mountain views

The Northeastern Nevada Museum features art and local history exhibits as well as extensive wildlife habitat dioramas. Six galleries occupy more than 20,000 square feet. There is something for everyone!

South Fork State Recreation Area

South Fork State Recreation Area is a state park unit of the state of Nevada covering nearly four thousand acres, located five miles due south of Elko. The park comprises the 1,650-acre South Fork Reservoir and surrounding marsh, meadowlands, and hills.