Tent Mountain Ranch
Elko County, Nevada
Deep Pond Real Estate & Auction
office phone: 775-461-0081
This beautiful Ranch of approximately 3,425 deeded acres sits at the foot of the Majestic East Humboldt Mountains of Northeastern Nevada in Elko County. The ranch has surface water rights out of Herder Creek, Ackler Creek and Alles Creek. There are several other streams on the ranch as well. There are approximately 2 miles of Ackler Creek running through the ranch. The Ackler Creek basin is a prime Mule Deer summer range and has historically produced many trophy bucks. The mountains are also home for Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and Rocky Mountain Goat. Boulder and Steele Lakes are a great over night trip or a long day ride from the ranch headquarters. The owners have been operating a guest ranch and hunting guide service. The summer grazing provides approximately 1700 aum's in multiple pastures all with free water. Improvements include a 5074 square foot home of two stories with a wine cellar; a manufactured home approximately 1400 square foot; a large horse barn with tack room, working area, walk-in cooler, and stall space; a large hay barn with some working chutes under roof; a guest cabin at 7,000 feet elevation, approximately 3 miles above the ranch headquarters which has full bath, a well equipped kitchen, propane lights and heat with a generator backup and a wood fireplace. Two wells serve the home and barnyard area. The owners have a large garden area and a chicken coop provides fresh eggs. A paved access road provides great year around access to the ranch. The ranch is located approximately 33 miles from Elko and 15 miles from Wells. A school bus stops at the entry to the ranch. Elevation at the ranch headquarters is 5800' and the higher elevations of the deeded lands is approximately 7300'.
|Dwelling Type||Ranch, Two Story|
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