Phone: Bring your cell phone and hope it works!!! (Sprint did)
Water: None! Drill a well or use a holding tank.
Sewer: None! Septic would need to be installed.
Elevation: 5710 ft roughly
TAXES: Currently $39.37 per year.
WHERE THE RECESSION NEVER HIT!
TAXES are paid current, future yearly taxes will be divided by 12 and added to the monthly payments!
Located in Northeast Nevada, Elko is the largest city in this part of Nevada and has a population of over 17,000 people. Since Elko is the largest city on Interstate 80 in-between Salt Lake City and Reno, Elko is host to thousands of people "passing through." As such, Elko is full of hotels, restaurants and casinos to meet the demands of large number of travelers who stop at Elko for one reason or another.
But Elko is more than a travelers rest stop in-between Reno and Salt Lake City, Elko is also a gold mining town. with the boom in gold mining, Elko has managed to survive the "Great Recession" quite well compared to the rest of Nevada. Anyone who visits Elko on a weekend night might be shocked to see how busy the downtown area of Elko is, as the town swells with miners and ranchers coming into town for a night out.
Elko also has a great location for outdoor interests. The Lamoille Canyon Scenic Drive and the Secret Pass Scenic Drive are located nearby. And the beautiful Ruby Mountains are located just twenty miles to the South. Hiking, fishing, rock climbing and hunting are all popular outdoor activities in the mountains outside of town.
Due to Elko's 5,000 foot elevation, Elko doesn't have the hot climate found in the southern part of Nevada. Elko has beautiful summer weather, with sunny days and highs in the 80's to low 90's. During the winter, highs are typically in the 30's with cold nights. Although Elko doesn't receive lots of snow, the Ruby Mountains outside of town recplenty of it due to their high elevation
The city of Wendover straddles the Nevada-Utah border and is best known for its casinos. You might also find Bonneville Salt Flats State Park (blm.com), 10 miles east of Wendover, worth the trip from Montello. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management runs the BSFSP, a 30,000-acre parcel of land that contains a massive laver of hard, white, salt crust left over from Lake Bonneville, a large lake from about 15,000 years ago. The BSFSP covers about 46 square miles and is 12 miles long and five miles wide. the salt crust is nearly five feet deep in some areas. Each summer, professional and amateur race teams converge on the BSFSP to copete in high-speed drag racing.The Utah Rocket Club and National Archery Association hold annual events in the park, which also serves as a backdrop for major motion pictures.
Buyer(s) agree by the completion of property purchase that all due diligence has been conducted satisfactory to the Buyer(s). Due diligence of said property should include, but not limited to physical viewing and inspection of the property, tax/assessment research, zoning, personal adaptability requirements, water rights, aviation rights, mineral rights, location and condition of the property, road accessibility, and overall acceptable usage. I understand that there are additional expenses in developing raw land such as surveying, grading, drilling a well where applicable and sewer hook up or installing a septic system.