Dyer parcel on Swanger south7712ID #:264489
Subdivision: White Mtn Estates
This parcel covers five acres on the south side of the Swanger circle development in Fish Lake Valley's White Mountain Estates, just one mile north of the California state line. Two sides of the property are abutting BLM land, making a nice barrier to encroachment by any potential future development. The land is undeveloped but level, with power at the property line.
Want space for the family or future retirement? There is plenty of room for building a comfortable home, a large garden, food and supplies storage with plenty of room left over for chickens, goats, a cow and alternate power generation if you wish to be certain of electricty during any possible long-term power outages.
Dyer/Fish Lake Valley, is located in Esmeralda County, a very friendly county with little government, no planning commission, planning department, zoning or building codes and low property taxes, NO STATE INCOME TAX! The valley is one of the best retirement areas in the state, also great for vacation homes and for those who like to ski at nearby Mammoth Mountain or those who wish to prepare for an uncertain future.
Just up the road is the ambulance service, staffed with certified, experienced EMT's, two friendly bars, a restaurant, general store and sandwich shop, filling station, full service post office and complete hardware store. The valley is served by a K-8 public school with high school students bussed to nearby Tonopah.
Community events abound as the people are a very friendly and cohesive community, spread out over a large valley. Just an hour over the mountains is Bishop, California with all the services that one might need - but not in their back yard.
This is a great place to build your perfect vacation, escape and/or retirement home!
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