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LandFor Sale
$4,295,000
0000 Fairview Lane
Gardnerville, NV 89460
Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Select Re M
MLS: Sierra Nevada Association of Realtors
1,756,775Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$22,270/mo

If you build it, they will live, laugh, love. Dream big and build your dream home on these fields of dreams. Step up to the plate and hit a home run with a single home or make the multi-generational play with double homes on these two water-righted parcels, totaling 40.33 acres, at the corner of SR88 and Fairview Lane in Gardnerville. Graze cattle in the alfalfa outfield, build a bullpen for your all-stars, set up a stadium for horses, or bale hay as a groundskeeper. Make an offer now and let’s play ball. A surreal country setting situated side-by-side small town charm; these picturesque pasture properties leave nothing to the imagination. Lush fields of green spring in a gentle breeze underneath a robin blue sky; cool brook waters stream across the water-righted land on a hot summer’s day; nature’s palette of yellows, oranges, and reds fall among evergreen of an artist’s mountainous canvas; snow is warmly welcomed and cozily blankets the crisp winter wonderland, and the cycle continues to repeat as it always has and as it always will. While these parcels radiate a feeling of country living, the conveniences of city life are close by in Gardnerville and neighboring Minden. Shop local at grocery stores including Smith’s and Raley’s. Enjoy local entertainment along Highway 395 at Carson Valley Inn, Sharkey’s Casino, or C.O.D. Casino. Eat what the locals eat at JT Basque and Schat’s Bakery and drink at the local favorite, The Corner Bar. Learn of local happenings with the local newspaper, The Record Courier. Receive healthcare locally at Carson Valley Medical Center and Carson Tahoe Medical Center. What can’t be found locally may be discovered nearby in Carson City, Genoa, Reno, Sparks, greater Lake Tahoe, and all Lyon County. Both parcels must be purchased together. It is possible to subdivide the acquisition of both properties by selling either of the two parcels wholly; however, the A-19 zoning of each parcel prohibits subdividing either of the properties into smaller lots. Agriculture 19 zoning recognizes areas of irrigated agriculture land with a minimum parcel size of 19 net acres. The assigned 120 use code distinguishes each parcel as Vacant-Single Family Residential; although the land is currently vacant, it is permissible to erect a single-family residential dwelling on each parcel in the future. Parcel 1 is prescribed a number from the assessor of 1220-30-002-005. This 20.17-acre corner lot located at the intersection of Fairview Lane and State Route 88 has appurtenant water rights that consist of decreed surface irrigation water rights from the Carson River (please reference Attorney Water Rights Letter). Parcel 2 is identified by the assessor with the number 1220-30-002-006. Adjacent west of Parcel 1 on Fairview Lane, this 20.16-acre lot has appurtenant water rights including both decreed surface irrigation water rights from the Carson River and certificated underground irrigation water rights (please reference Attorney Water Rights Letter). Whether you keep it the way it was for generations past or build it your way to be for generations future, this property opportunity possesses many possible uses. Keep it the way it has been since the founding of Gardnerville in 1879 and continue working the pasture as past cattlemen and cowboys of yesteryear have reared livestock and baled hay or have a rancher lease grazing and water rights. Build a homestead your way on one parcel and employ the other parcel for continued agricultural purposes or even as a second home site and live, laugh, love in the present and into the future.

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