Off market, for Sale By Owner and owner financing available. Corner lot available with amazing views at history rich Walker Lake, Nevada. This lot is conveniently located near the entry to the subdivision.
City Water available, electrical grid connectivity available.
Should you decide to build a tiny home, install a manufactured home, tap your RV or build a full fledge house the Water Meter fees/Water tap fees/HookUp fees are only $2,100!!! After you build, trash collection services and water usage up to 8,000 gallons would be only $67/Month. *Please confirm with county officials.
Current Water Accessibility fees for vacant lots are only $25/Month.
City amenities including restaurants, shops, groceries, gas and fuel, professional services, convention center and much more only 15 minutes away at Hawthorne.
Escape to the captivating beauty and endless possibilities of Walker Lake, Nevada! We proudly present a remarkable vacant lot nestled in the heart of this enchanting region, where natural wonders and exciting outdoor activities abound.
Spectacular Scenery: Enjoy breathtaking views of the majestic Walker Lake and the surrounding mountain ranges. Witness mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets that paint the sky with vibrant colors.
Outdoor Adventures: Embrace the spirit of adventure as Walker Lake offers an array of recreational activities. From fishing and boating on the shimmering waters to hiking and camping in the nearby wilderness, this location caters to the outdoor enthusiast in you.
Proximity to Cities: While relishing the tranquility of this lakeside retreat, you’ll find convenience in its proximity to nearby cities. The property is just a short drive away from Hawthorne, providing access to various services, shops, and dining options.
Tourist Attractions: Explore the charm of Walker Lake, a hidden gem with a unique appeal. The region boasts fascinating historical sites, such as the Hawthorne Ordnance Museum and the Walker Lake Country Club, making it a delightful destination for visitors and locals alike.
Accessibility to Utilities: Unlike many vacant lots, this property offers accessibility to city water, the electric grid, and other essential utilities. Building your dream home or vacation getaway becomes hassle-free, thanks to the availability of these services. The lot is set to be your new getaway home away from home. A tiny
Welcoming Community: The neighbors in this area are renowned for their kind, welcoming, and warm-hearted nature. Embrace a sense of community and belonging, where friendly faces will greet you, creating a comforting atmosphere for you and your loved ones.
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to own a slice of paradise in Walker Lake, Nevada. Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or an adventurous escape, this vacant lot has it all. Act now and secure your piece of this remarkable natural wonderland!
Please note that property details are subject to change, and interested parties are encouraged to conduct their due diligence before making a purchase. For inquiries or to schedule a viewing, contact us today.
Disclaimer: Buyer to verify accuracy of all information provided.
OWNER FINANCING TERMS
50% downpayment required.
Remainder 50% payable on a monthly basis -must sign up for ACH Automatic Withdrawals- within same calendar year.
Owner financing price should be 20% above the cash price.
Example: If you buy the property in June with 50% downpayment, you have 6 months to pay the remainder 50%.
If you buy in January you have 12 months to pay the remainder 50%.
You will to add 20% to the cash price if you choose to finance. Call for questions.
Size: 9,583 square feet.
County: Mineral County, NV.
Address: 604 Gladys Dr., Walker Lake, NV 89415.
GPS Clickable coordinates: 38.65228,-118.75937
Yearly Taxes: $144.26.
Tax Area: 11.0.WI. Es
Legal Description: Gladys Dr 604 Walker Lake Estates.
Zoning: R1. SINGLE.
County Use: 120 – Vacant Single Family
Land Use: Vacant Residential Land
ABOUT WALKER LAKE
Once upon a time, in the vast and rugged expanse of the Great Basin Desert, there lay a hidden gem known as Walker Lake. Its story began eons ago when a vast lake covered much of Nevada, stretching out like a shimmering oasis in the arid landscape. The earliest inhabitants of this region, the Native American tribes, found their sustenance from its abundant waters and surrounding fertile lands.
As centuries passed, the lake witnessed the arrival of European explorers, who marveled at its beauty and potential. Among these early pioneers was the legendary mountain man, Joseph Reddeford Walker, who ventured through the area in the early 1830s. Captivated by the serene charm of the lake, he and his fellow explorers bestowed the name “Walker Lake” upon it, a tribute to the man who first brought outsiders’ attention to its allure.
The promise of fertile land and a bounty of natural resources soon drew settlers to the region. With the advent of the Comstock Lode, a silver and gold discovery in nearby Virginia City, the area around Walker Lake became a bustling hub of activity. The lake’s strategic location along the overland routes to California made it an essential stopover for travelers and traders.
As mining boomed, communities sprang up around the lake’s shores, and the promise of prosperity filled the air. The town of Hawthorne, named after Union General Nathaniel Hawthorne, emerged as a prominent settlement. Its growth was fueled by the lake’s abundant water supply, which not only supported agriculture but also proved crucial for industrial endeavors.
Over the years, Walker Lake witnessed the rise and fall of fortunes, the ebb and flow of industries. The lake’s water levels fluctuated due to various environmental factors, a testament to the delicate balance between man and nature. Nevertheless, the people of the region persevered, finding solace in the lake’s enduring presence and its role as a steadfast companion through the changing tides of time.
In the mid-20th century, Walker Lake played a significant role during World War II, becoming home to the Hawthorne Army Depot, a critical ammunition storage facility. The depot brought jobs and opportunities to the area, solidifying the lake’s importance in both history and the present.
Through all the trials and triumphs, Walker Lake remained a symbol of beauty and resilience, a sanctuary for those seeking tranquility and inspiration. Its crystal-clear waters reflected the skies above, mirroring the dreams and aspirations of those who called this region home.
Today, Walker Lake stands as a living testament to the rich tapestry of Nevada’s history. It continues to enchant visitors with its breathtaking scenery and beckons adventurous souls to explore its shores. Amidst the ever-changing landscape, the lake’s allure endures, drawing people from all walks of life to experience the magic that resides within its depths.
As the sun sets over the tranquil waters of Walker Lake, one cannot help but feel a connection to the past, to the generations that have come before, and to the promise of a future filled with wonder and possibility. And so, the story of Walker Lake lives on, a timeless tale of a place that has captured the hearts of many and will continue to do so for generations to come.