This property lies just over 2 miles south of I-80 at Mill City directly on HWY 400. It is accessed by the paved highway and has great views in all directions. Use this property to create your homestead or just as a base camp for your outdoor recreational activities.
Mill City is an unincorporated community in Pershing County, Nevada. The community got its start as a mining community. Due to its convenient access, the area also processed ores from outside mines. After the area mines closed up it transformed to a bedroom community. It still has gas, groceries and a restaurant to serve the locals.
As the last county to be established in Nevada, Pershing County has a population of nearly 7,000 residents and its county seat lies in Lovelock. It is home to the Black Rock Desert location of the annual Burning Man Festival (partially in Pershing County). Lying 20 miles SW of Mill City is one of Pershing Counties largest attractions, Rye Patch Reservoir. With 72 miles of shoreline this outdoor playground is home to trophy fishing, camping, boating, and great water skiing and swimming.
Size: 1.46 Acres
Dimensions: 292′ X 190′ X 220′
Legal: That portion of the E½ NW¼ NE¼, Section 17, T32N, R35E, MDB&M, lying Southerly or Southwesterly of the Southerly or Southwesterly right of way line of Nevada State Highway 400 (Unionville), per Document #214302 recorded in Book 321, Page 81
GPS: Approximate GPS Coordinates
40.650598, -118.066248 (N Corner)
40.649981, -118.065576 (SE Corner)
40.649991, -118.066264 (SW Corner)
Owner financing available, please inquire. No credit checks, everyone qualifies. We accept all major credit cards. All cash offers are considered.
Document preparation fee: $299
- ID: 7776
- Published: July 8, 2021
- Last Update: January 19, 2022
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