Good Production, High Quality Alfalfa Farm, 18 Quarter Section Pivots, 17 Wells.
It should be noted that Eden Valley is located in Basin 67, Eden Valley. The State Engineer has denied all new permits for irrigation appropriation. The basin has been designated a critical groundwater area. This means no new water rights are being allowed. Water rights within the basin can still be transferred, but additional pumping is not being allowed.
This Property offers a total of 2877 acres, 4.5 sections with 18 quarter section circle irrigation pivots and 17 wells. The water rights allow for a total diversion of 39.84 cfs or 9,070.4 acre feet per year. The priority dates are primarily from August 1976. This parcel has 2,294.4 acres of water rights from 18 different certificates. Each of the eighteen circle pivots irrigates one 160 acre quarter section. Water is near 110 feet, pumping from approximately 280 feet. The land is located at 5200 feet in elevation, north of the historic Humboldt River Valley.
This farm is surrounded by BLM land, accessed by county road with power to the property. Located in T39N, R41E, Mount Diablo Meridian off Eden Valley Road about 21 miles northeast of Golconda and 37 miles northeast of Winnemucca, Nevada.
Eden Valley Water Rights- Limited Resource
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This very special valley is headed by Flatnose Spring and the surface water rights to the spring are owned and will convey with the property. In addition to the surface water right to the spring, the farm is offered with some 3000 acre feet of ground water rights (Being Verified) which also convey with the property. irrigated
The land is basically surrounded by public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Each year the owner receives depredation mule deer tags which are sold for as much as $5000 per deer permit. They have counted as many as 1000 deer in the valley at one time. There is an old homestead and out buildings at the head of the valley near the spring.
About Southern Nevada, Lincoln County Water Rights For Sale
Since Las Vegas is only about three hours from this land and it comes with certified water rights, it is prime transition land. Being surrounded by public lands gives it extreme access to the nearly 10,000 square miles of this public land located in Lincoln County Nevada. This access to the public lands will make the development of this long narrow valley very desirable, allowing many parcels to adjoin the public lands.
Water rights in Lincoln County along with the expected growth and demographic shift make this property a very unusual and unique opportunity for the right buyer. irrigated Flatnose Ranch. The water is located in the Colorado River Basin, Basin 198.
There are all the normal alfalfa and cattle operation buildings.
Located less than 200 miles North of Las Vegas off Highway 93, and approximately 1 hour North of Coyote Springs. Flatnose Spring Ranch is prime transition development property.
Less than 3% of Lincoln County is private land; this is one of the last true old west frontiers!
Rainbow Canyon 157.76 acres, Lincoln County parcel #014-010-06, State Engineer V01245 Decreed Water.
Basin 205 Lower Meadow Valley Colorado River Basin
182.40 Acre Feet Surface Stream Water
Priority Date 01-01-1873 Rainbow Canyon 157.76 Acres Deeded, plus BLM Range Allotments. Lincoln County parcel 014-010-06
This old homestead ranch has BLM range allotments, AUMs being verified, three residential buildings, horse stalls, orchard, large garden area, gravel pit, nice pasture land and all located in beautiful Rainbow Canyon.
Live stream runs the length of the property, one mile. The property is approximately a quarter mile wide by one mile long. A rectangle mostly running up and down the valley floor of Rainbow Canyon.
1000 acres zoned for residential, commercial, industrial, price includes 2540 acre feet of quasi-municipal water rights. Prime location for solar farm, industrial development, hydroponics farm green house operation, many potential uses. Roughly two hours from Las Vegas in Southern Nevada. Bring your business plan, let us see if we can work with to make your dreams happen.
Nevada's State Engineer office processes and has control of the decision process for new applications, protests, transfers, changes in use, changes in point of diversion, basin transfers, etc. The State of Nevada, Divisions of Water Resources, engineers office controls water use in Nevada.
There are laws and many test cases and precedents set based on trial case law history.
Priority dates do matter and may become far more important in the future.
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Thinking of buying or selling land in Nevada with water rights, let's talk, I can help you. Chris W. MIlller 435-862-5951 Vegas Grand Realty & Property Management