Owner Finance Terms
Owner Finance TermsOption 1: $54 Down / $286 per month for 48 months
- Property Types: Land, Residential, Recreational
- State: Nevada
- County: Elko County
- Total Acreage: 10
- Property ID: 010-57M-003
- APN: 010-57M-003
- GPS: 41.148454982852, -114.10463721161
- Subdivision: no
- CCRs: none
- Association Fees: none
- Roads: Dirt-unimproved dirt
- Power: NO
- Taxes: $55yr
- Area: Montello
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Valley Mountain views
- SIZE: 10 +/- acres
- APN#: 010-57M-003
- LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T38N, R69E, M.D.B.M section 25: NE4SW4NE4
- STATE: Nevada
- COUNTY: Elko
- GPS (approx.): NW: 41.1502 , -114.1088 ; SW: 41.1482 , -114.1088 ; SE: 41.1484 , -114.1064 ; NE: 41.1502 , -114.1064
- GENERAL ELEVATION: 5095 ft
- GENERAL INFORMATION: Wide open Space. Antelope and wild horses in the area. No restrictions. Pilot Mountain views.
- TYPE OF TERRAIN: level to rolling
- ZONING: open
- POWER: No
- PHONE: No
- WATER: no. would need to install well or holding tank.
- SEWER: No. Only needed when/if you build.
- ROADS: dirt
- PROPERTY TAX: $55 a year
- CLOSING/DOC. FEES: $90.
- TIME LIMIT TO BUILD: none
- ASSOCIATION DUES: none :
- TITLE INFORMATION: Free and clear
- Owner financing available.
- No Qualifying. No Credit Checks.
- Elko County Website
- Gps/lats/longs coordinates are provided as a tool to assist the Buyer.
- Use the maps to confirm.
- BUYER TO VERIFY listings’ GPS coordinates
History Of Montello, Nevada
The town of Montello was established in 1904 as a "division point" (operations base) for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Montello's development was prompted by the construction of the Lucin Cutoff across the Great Salt Lake in Utah, a line that bypassed the area's former division point town of Terrace, Utah. Many of the original houses in Montello were moved there from Terrace and nearby Kelton, Utah. Montello was originally named "Bauvard", and received its current name in 1912. The word Montello is Italian for "little mountain" and was probably given by one of the early Italian settlers.
Montello was at its peak in the 1910s and early 1920s, with a population of perhaps 800. While the town's economic life was dominated by the railroad, it also served as a community center for local ranchers and as a supply point for the nearby mining camp of Delano. Montello began declining in the late 1920s, however; railroad employment began to lessen and a 1925 fire devastated the town's business district. The primary factor in Montello's decline, though, was the railroad's shift from steam to diesel locomotives, which took place in the 1940s and early 1950s. This rendered the servicing facilities at Montello obsolete, and they were removed by the Southern Pacific in the 1950s.
Below is a property that is right next to the property that is being sold. The property below was sold for $70,000 in December of 2020
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