This ranch consists of approximately 1,200 acres of deeded land running up Dry Valley to Echo Canyon State Park, then east up a beautiful valley headed by Flatnose Spring. The spring water is currently being used as “Gravity Flow Irrigation Water.” These surface rights are owned along with approximately 2600 to 2900 acre feet of ground water rights and will convey with the ranch. The water rights are currently being used primarily for irrigation with some domestic use. There are eight wells on the property. The water is located in the Colorado River Basin, Basin 198.
Water rights for sale with ranch, both ground and surface rights convey with this 1200 acre ranch.Through the Lincoln county land act additional lands will be available for public purchase in this area and this water could possibly be utilized for additional developments. Property is located approximately 200 miles northeast of Las Vegas and is prime transition land. The water rights available with this ranch are enough to supply 5 to 6 thousand homes, possibly more with proper conservation planning. Lincoln County is an old west wonderland with 97% of the ten thousand acres being public lands. The town of Pioche is rich in mining and western history and located in the same valley as Flatnose ranch. Adjoining Echo Dam state park, Flatnose is an opportunity for the right vision. Who is buying water Rights?
The Flatnose Spring is about 9.6 km northeast of the Delmues Springs in the SE¼ Sec. 34, TIN, R69E. Temperatures up to 25°C and flow rates up to 1,818 L/min are reported, and the reservoir is estimated to be the same temperature (Reed and others, 1982, p. 106). The spring is along a buried fault under Tertiary lava. The water is used for irrigation (Phoenix, 1948). Reed and others (1982, p. 41) reported the flow rate to be 1,510 L/min.
There are three homes currently on the property along with all the normal alfalfa and cattle operation buildings. Situated less than 200 miles North of Las Vegas off Highway 93, and approximately 1 hour North of Coyote Springs. Flatnose 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!
Flatnose Ranch is nestled in Dry Valley approximately 20 miles East of Pioche, Nevada. Adjacent to Echo Dam recreation area one the five Nevada State parks in Lincoln County.
Fish and Game has counted over 1000 mule deer in the Flatnose fields at one time and issues the ranch special permits which are sold for as much as $5000 each.
Flatnose Ranch is currently offered at $20,000,000.00 including all existing ground and surface water rights. The current price is subject to change without notice.