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Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Unionville Nevada

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$10,000 0 acres
Off Kyle Hot Springs Road, Unionville, NV 89418 - Pershing County

0 acres Unionville, NV

This lot has great views of Buena Vista Valley and is near Kyle Hot Springs! Watch deer and pronghorn antelope from your front step or just enjoy being away from it all in Nevada's high desert. A water survey has been completed and there is underground water according to the Seller. Buyer is responsible for determining the costs of bringing utilities to the property. Century 21 Sonoma Realty and/or it's agents are not responsible for the quality or quantity of water source on the property.
J. Patrick Gray Sonoma Realty
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$24,900 33 acres
1136 Mohea Road, Unionville, NV 89418 - Pershing County

33 acres Unionville, NV

This homesite has great access and electricity is on the property line. The acreage is less than one mile from Unionville in Buena Vista Valley. The site is relatively flat and has beautiful views of the Humboldt Mountain range and the Buena Vista Valley. Buyers understand that it is their responsibility to determine the cost of getting utilities to the property. Buyers understand that the Sellers, Century 21 Sonoma Realty or it's agents do not guarantee the quality or quantity of underground water.
J. Patrick Gray Sonoma Realty
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$47,000 120 acres
16158 Highway 400, Unionville, NV 89445 - Humboldt County

120 acres Unionville, NV

This is a large flat build-able acreage that is bisected by HWY 400 om Buena Vista Valley and near the Unionville Road. Close to agricultural operations. A powerline runs across the property. Buyers understand that it is their responsibility to determine the cost of getting utilities to the property. Buyers understand that the Sellers, Century 21 Sonoma Realty or it's agents do not guarantee the quality or quantity of underground water. Buyers understand that a survey maybe necessary to determine the exact location of the boundary lines.
J. Patrick Gray Sonoma Realty