2 adjoining lots with power nearby – 2.06 acres total

These two adjoining lots offer breathtaking views of the velvety hills of Elko and has power poles nearby!
Only a 25 minute drive to town, but still far enough off-grid to enjoy the tranquility of the outdoors. The ideal getaway for today’s recreational activities – and tomorrow’s retirement home

The many lakes in the area provide the perfect opportunity to catch some catfish or bass, and there are several streams nearby which offer an abundance of trout.
If you’re more into hunting, either for big game or bird, this region offers plenty of possibilities. Mule deer, antelope, mountain lion, elk, along with partridge, grouse or even the Himalayan snowcock are just a shot away.

Scenic drives, historical tours, exploring a ghost town, rock climbing, hiking, wildlife viewing, and birding are just a few ways to enjoy the area. The possibilities really are endless and they’ll keep you coming back to enjoy your land for many years to come.

Property Details

Subdivision: Last Chance Ranch Unit 1
City: Elko
State: Nevada
County: Elko
APN: 013-021-016 & 013-021-043
Size: 2.060 acres total (two adjoining 1.03ac lots)
Legal Description: Last Chance Ranch 1 Lot 16N2 BLK A, T34N, R56E, S17

GPS coordinates:
NW Corner: 40.838835, -115.694709
NE Corner: 40.838835, -115.693631
SE Corner: 40.838015, -115.694715
SW Corner:  40.838005, -115.693626

Elevation: 5480.0 ft.


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Distance from Elko: 4.8 miles
20 min. drive from town where you can find anything you may need, from general stores to restaurants, to tack and feed, and gas stations.


From Twin Falls, ID: 2.5 hours
From Salt Lake City: 3.5 hours
From Las Vegas: 6.5 hours

Zoning: AR (Agricultural-residential)
Hunt Unit: 102 – Mountain Goat, Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Bighorn
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No restrictions, no time-to-build, no HOA
Access: Legal dirt road (unmaintained)
Power: Less than 1 mile away
Water: No well or holding tank (only needed if building)
Sewer: No septic (only needed if full time residence)

Driving Directions:

From Elko, take the Lamoille Highway (227E) for ~7 miles until a 4-way stop light.  
Take LEFT on Spring Valley Parkway.  
Go 1.7 miles, take a LEFT onto Holiday Drive, and go until the housing ends, you’ll be at a 4-way intersection with an old red gate, take a RIGHT.
Take your 1st LEFT onto Kingsbury St., go .7 miles (stay LEFT at the fork).  
At the next intersection you will see a house on either side (this is the intersection of Panaca ( aka 3rd Street) and Imlay Ave) take RIGHT, go about .5 mile (roughly, follow your GPS coordinates) and take 1st LEFT onto 4th Street.
Property will be on your LEFT in a little less than 1 mile.
*At this point you should have the coordinates on your phone and be heading towards the marker. 
There is legal access to property via dirt roads, however the roads may not be maintained year-round nor traveled and may be hard to find or impassable in some areas. Use caution and common sense.  

*At this point, you should have the coordinates on your phone and be heading towards the marker.
There is legal access to the property via dirt roads, however, the roads may not be maintained year-round nor traveled and may be hard to find or impassable in some areas. Use caution and common sense.  

Annual taxes: $25.70
Doc fee: $199
Cash Sale: $6,500

The agricultural-residential district is intended to provide areas primarily for rural or estate type living, but allowing certain “hobby and/or recreation” agricultural pursuits to be maintained on land parcels of at least one acre.
(A) Permitted Uses: The following uses are permitted in the AR district:
Single-family dwellings not to exceed one unit on each parcel of land, Orchards, Vegetable crops, Gardens, Rodeo and roping arenas, Public parks and campgrounds, Nurseries and greenhouses, Private stables, Home occupations. (B) Conditional Uses: The following are conditional uses in the AR district, permitted only when authorized by the planning commission:
Schools, Libraries, Museums, Churches, Retreats, Monasteries, Convents, Riding academies, Resort hotels, Noncommercial clubs, Golf courses, Country clubs, Riding and polo fields, Invalid or invalid caretaker secondary housing. A secondary independent living unit on a lot or parcel already developed to the maximum density allowed in the district, for the housing of an invalid family member or a caretaker of an invalid family member residing in the primary residence on the parcel, subject to the following:
(a) The dwelling may be attached or detached from the primary residence. A mobile home may not be attached to the primary residence.
(b) The floor area of the secondary dwelling may not exceed that of the primary dwelling.
(c) The conditional use permit must be reviewed within two (2) years and every two (2) years thereafter.
(d) The secondary dwelling must be removed if it is a mobile structure when it is no longer used for invalid or invalid caretaker housing. In the case of an attached or conventionally constructed dwelling where removal is impractical, the unit may not be utilized as rental housing. (Ord. 1993-U, 1-6-1994, eff. 1-24-1994)(C) Minimum Parcel Size: The minimum land parcel size for any permitted use shall be one acre. No parcel shall have an average width of less than one hundred fifty feet (150′). (D) Yards: The minimum requirements for yards shall be as follows:
Front Yard: 50 feet
Rear Year: 30 feet
Side Yard: 20 feet(E) Building Height: No building or structure shall have more than three (3) stories or height in excess of forty feet (40′). No accessory building shall have a height in excess of twenty feet (20′).(F) Automobile Parking: For each dwelling unit, two (2) off-street parking spaces shall be provided. For other permitted or conditional uses, parking shall be as approved by the planning commission.(G) Signs: No sign or nameplate for residences shall exceed three (3) square feet in size. For conditional uses, signs shall be controlled by the requirements of chapter 8 of this title. (Ord. 1975-A, 3-5-1975, eff. 4-1-1975)(H) Maintenance Of Animals: The permanent maintenance of not more than a reasonable number of “domestic animals” as defined in chapter 1 of this title not to include swine on a lot occupied by a dwelling shall be a permitted accessory use so long as such maintenance is for hobby or family use, and is not a full-time commercial operation. Animals other than those designated shall require planning commission approval. The following limitations shall apply: (Ord. 2015-08, 4-1-2015, eff. 4-17-2015)
1. No accessory building used as a stable for any animals shall be located less than thirty-five feet (35′) from any dwelling or less than twenty feet (20′) from any lot line, or less than sixty feet (60′) from any front lot line, any school grounds or any public park or open space. (Ord. 1975-A, 3-5-1975, eff. 4-1-1975)
2. No paddock shed, corral, or barn set off for use by domestic or other animals, shall occupy any part of a required front yard.
3. The keeping and breeding of swine shall only be permitted for FFA, 4-H and similar children’s development groups as projects related to the development program. At no time shall there be more than two (2) breeding sows, the most recent litter for each sow, and one boar on a parcel. Breeding projects may be from farrow to finish. (Ord. 2015-08, 4-1-2015, eff. 4-17-2015)