Lisa and Jim's Northern Nevada Real Estate Blog: Extraordinary Acerage, Beautiful Homesite at the Foot of the Magestic Sierras!

Extraordinary Acerage, Beautiful Homesite at the Foot of the Magestic Sierras!

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Location: Gardnerville, NV
Picture Postcard Perfect! Nestled at the base of the Sierras ? Truly the best of the best of everything for this one of a kind Carson Valley Parcel! A sprawling country location with 24.65 acres that offer stately mature cottonwoods surrounding a secluded private home site, a year round live stream, a huge lush pasture with excellent Dagget Creek water rights plus supplemental well rights too. A premium address only a couple of minutes south of historic Genoa, close to Minden and Gardnerville, and just over the hill from Lake Tahoe. Complete 360o Valley and Mountain Views. Full perimeter field fencing in place. Present taxes are AG deferred.
Contact Information
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Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine
775-782-8799 XT 254
Asking Price: $1,100,000.00
Property Location
1320 Hwy 395
Gardnerville, NV 89410

Acreage: 24.65
Zoning: A-19
Sewerage: Needs Septic
Water: Needs Well
School District: Douglas County
Agent Name: Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine
Broker: John Fisher
MLS #: 70021067
Other Details
Gentle Slope
Paved Access Road
No Utilities
Barbed Wire Fencing
Surface Water
Powered by vFlyer.comVFLYER ID: 1408262
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Comment balloon 3 commentsLisa Wetzel • December 07 2007 07:43PM


Those are some big trees on this property.  You say that it needs a well.  Is water a problem?  Great looking place.
Posted by Vicky Poe, Realtor/ Auctioneer (Good Ole Rocky Top) over 12 years ago
This is a nice piece of property and you did an outstanding job with the pictures.  I hope it sells for you.
Posted by Vincent McKamy, Realtor Fredericksburg Virginia (Samson Properties) over 12 years ago
Thanks for the encouraging comments.  This is an outstanding property in a extraordinary location.  It has great surface water rights for irrigation.  The well that is needed is a domestic well for a residential application.  It's not a problem ... plenty of subsurface water ... just a disclosure that there is not presently a well on the property.
Posted by Lisa Wetzel, CDPE, SFR (RE/MAX Realty Affiliates) over 12 years ago