This Online Auction is for ±827 acres of industrial land along the entire NE side of Battle Mountain Airport in Battle Mountain, Nv.
Property highlights and features as follows:
- Property is composed of two contiguous parcels which total ±115 acres and ±712 acres
- Flat land with frontage along Airport Way and great visibility from the I-80
- Ideal for multiple uses including but not limited to: Hangar operation, warehousing, heavy industrial, light industrial, transportation services, distribution center, etc.
- Property is in a great industrial area, and can be easily re-zoned to meet industrial/commercial uses
Lander County is a county located in the U.S. state of Nevada. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,775. Its county seat is Battle Mountain. Lander County was one of the original nine counties created in 1861, and was named for Frederick W. Lander, chief engineer of a federal wagon route through the area in 1857. He later served as Special Indian Agent in the area, and died during the Civil War in Virginia in 1862 at the rank of brigadier general.
Created in 1861, Lander County sprang forth as the result of a mining boom on the Reese River, along the old pony express line; taking a considerable portion of Churchill and Humboldt counties with it. Eventually, Lander County would be known as the "mother of counties" since three other counties in Nevada were formed from it: Elko, White Pine, and Eureka. Its first county seat was Jacobsville in 1862 which was soon after moved to Austin in 1863 and finally Battle Mountain in 1979.
Minimum Bid: Deadline: Thursday, March 12th, at 5 pm
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