Elko County Nevada - Land, Farms & Ranches - Property ID: 9721923

Property ID: 9721923 - Elko County Nevada

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Property ID: 9721923 - Elko County Nevada

Property ID: 9721923

County: Elko

Type: Recreational Property, Residential Property, Undeveloped Land

Acres: 0.30

Address: 1st St

City: Wells

State: Nevada

Zip: 89835

Price: $3,500.00

Status: Available
Directions: From I-80 at Wells, NV: Travel South on NVHwy 93, Left/East on Tobar/Black Forest Mine Rd and follow it along to the SE, Stay on this road all the way to the parcels.
Description: Four (4) contiguous .0758 Ac. Lots are selling all together for a total of .3032 Acres. The APNs for the Four parcels are 022-009-005, 006, 007, & 008. This is your chance to own a piece of very affordable recreational property, Nevada history and the Great American West! This would be a great place to park an RV and enjoy all the recreational opportunities and tax breaks the State of Nevada has to offer. This land is very close to thousands of acres of Public Lands. Saddle up or fire up the UTVs and go exploring! There are NO utilities or improvements on these parcels. Call listing broker John Parsons today at 775-773-8725. HISTORY Established in 1908, Tobar was at first a Western Pacific Railroad construction camp. Following the normal progression of settlement in those days, the first structure was erected - A BAR! The owner put a sign up proclaiming his business was the Rag Saloon. Then, to make sure he got business, he trudged up to the railroad proper where he drove a stake in the ground and nailed up a board sign that said "To Bar." Railroad officials, always looking for town names, promptly gave the place its name, Tobar. By 1910, there were sixteen homesteads around the place with big plans to dry farm. By the next year Tobar was a small town with a population of 75 with 20 dwellings. Soon there was a school on nearby Munson Ranch and a post office opened on December 20, 1911. The settlement became a main shipping point for ore from Warm Springs and Spruce Mountain mines. Produce from Clover Valley was sent to markets from there. Things were moving fast. A.B. Hoaglin laid out a townsite and constructed a two-story hotel. Locals called it the "White Elephant."To get there is a short drive south from Wells, Nevada on US 93, just 14 miles then turn left and continue for four miles to Tobar.

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Contact Name: John Parsons

Phone Number: (775) 773-8725



Address1: 2648 Clapham Ln.

City: Minden

State: NV

Zip: 89423

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