600 Deer Mountain, Reno, Nevada, 89523
Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase this beautiful land with end of the road Privacy! This lot is just minutes away from all the Great things the Reno/Lake Tahoe area has to offer! The 360 Degree views from this parcel are Amazing! There is an excellent domestic well already on the property, producing 30+ GPM with a 2 HP pump at 120 ft. There is underground electric in the NW corner and the perimeter of the parcel is completely fenced. There is a pond at the upper end of the parcel where irrigation water is collected from the Steamboat ditch. 3 acre-feet of surface water rights are included in this sale! Steps away from thousands of acres of U.S. Forest Service lands! Horses and livestock are Welcome! Saddle up the Bay and ride all the way to Truckee if you would like! NO HOA or CC&R's!
If seller financing is utilized, the parcel will be sold on a land contract/contract of sale. Seller will carry for up to (3) years with a $375,000 Down Payment and amortization and interest rate to be negotiated. Seller will cooperate with buyer should they wish to subdivide the parcel. The adjoining Luxury Home with Barn and Buildings on 5.75 acres at 605 Deer Mountain is also for sale, which has a recent MAI appraisal of $3.2M.
North Lake Tahoe is the kind of place that naturally draws you in. A place where your soul can wander and your spirits can soar higher. With 12 unique towns and ski resorts, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, dozens of beaches, exciting gaming, 120+ eateries, and the largest alpine lake in North America, this all-season destination is perfect for everyone. Not to mention it’s home to music festivals, concerts, food pairings, sporting events and more throughout the year. Come discover what makes North Lake Tahoe so enchanting and see the beauty for yourself.
Welcome to Tahoe South, where you’ll find Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine Lake in North America; deep and wide, bluer than blue and surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains. We could go on, but check out our webcams for views words can’t even describe. It’s an alpine paradise, for sure, a winter wonderland November through April then gorgeous mountain spring, summer, and fall after that, with an average 300 days of sunshine each and every year. And here in South Lake Tahoe, we offer that spectacular scenery up with a gigantic helping of things to do year-round, including winter sports and water sports, blackjack and bike trails, family fun and nightlife, all with a unique, Tahoe spin. ~visitinglaketahoe.com
Reno (/ˈriːnoʊ/ REE-noh) is a city in the northwest section of the U.S. state of Nevada, approximately 22 miles (35 km) from Lake Tahoe, known as "The Biggest Little City in the World". Known for its casino & tourism industry, Reno is the county seat and largest city of Washoe County and sits in a high desert river valley at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and its downtown area (along with Sparks) occupies a valley informally known as the Truckee Meadows, which due to large-scale investments from Seattle & Bay Area companies such as Amazon, Tesla, Panasonic, Microsoft, Apple and Google has become a new major technology hub in the United States. The city is named after Union Major General Jesse L. Reno, who was killed in action during the American Civil War at the Battle of South Mountain on Fox's Gap.
Reno is part of the Reno–Sparks metropolitan area, 2nd most populous in Nevada after Las Vegas-Henderson, both of which are part of the Las Vegas Valley. Greater Reno, which consists of Washoe, Storey, and Lyon counties plus Carson City (the capital of Nevada), is the second largest metropolitan area in Nevada. ~ Wikipedia
The Tahoe Reno Industrial Center is a remarkable, massive 107,000-acre park that encompasses a developable 30,000 acre industrial complex. It is located in Storey County, Nevada approximately nine miles east of the Reno-Sparks area on the 1-80 freeway. The center is a 15-minute drive from the Reno Tahoe International Airport. The main entrances are the Patrick and USA Parkway interchanges off of 1-80. Both the Union Pacific Railway and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway service selected areas of the industrial center.
TRI Center currently has approximately 15,000 acres in Phase I, Phase II and Phase III zoned for industrial use, with plans of future expansion. This vast park is intended to be a mixed-use, nonresidential development, consisting of a wide range of industrial, office and commercial businesses. There is approximately 11 million SF of industrial space now in use by almost 130 companies. Please reference our maps as they show the general location of TRI Center, its massive size and location relative to the surrounding region.
There are parcel sizes immediately available from 1/2 acre to over 5,000 acres. Your facility can be on a “fast track” schedule because the sites are pre-approved for industrial land use and located in a pro industrial development county. ~TahoeReno.com