1184 State Route 208, Yerington, Nevada, 89447
This custom built country home features 5 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms: 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms upstairs as well as a formal living room, mud room, laundry room and an entertainers dream area with updated kitchen, dining and great room looking out to the acres and acres of magnificent views year round. The finished basement has 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath and a bonus room. You will be very pleased with this master bedroom and updated master bath with an access door leading out to the backyard, his and hers closets, separate vanity area, remodeled shower with dual heads and a garden jetted tub. New Blinds throughout. Some of the other wonderful features are two fireplaces, Oil forced air heating throughout and central AC. Access to the West Walker River is just a few miles away. The school district by bus is Yerington, but the children can also attend Smith Valley Schools.
-Lyon County, NV has very active 4-H and FFA Programs:
Outside you will find corrals, working pens, full-size outdoor arena with a return alley, work sheds, RV parking with electric hook-up, nice front and back decks, spa pool, nice yard and so much more! 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, Mt. Grant and Mason Valley. 40 acres of water righted land with 82.37 ac/ft of storage water rights from Topaz Reservoir makes this land highly productive. 21 acres is currently producing 3 - 4 cuttings of high quality alfala/grass hay per year. The reamining land is in native pasture, which catches a lot of the tail water from the hay field. Per the owner, at one time they had 50 head of cattle and 15 horses on the place and they were able to grow enough hay for all the animals and still sell the excess. The ranch is fenced & cross-fenced for all your livestock. You will surrounded by nature and 3,000+ acres of farm fields. This area is one of the regions best kept secrets!
Location, Location, Location!
MULE DEER HUNTER INFORMATION SHEET - UNIT 203
LOCATION: This unit is located entirely within Lyon County. ELEVATION: Elevation ranges from the valleys at 4,300' to Cleaver Peak's 7,300' summit.
TERRAIN & VEGETATION: Deer are found within the agricultural and riparian lands of Smith and Mason Valleys and along the Carson River. Deer feed in the croplands and retreat to the heavy brush and cottonwood forests for cover. Occasionally, deer can be taken on the adjacent mountains; however, these mountains are dry and lack significant cover vegetation.
LAND STATUS: Most of the land within Mason and Smith Valleys, where deer are present, is privately owned. The Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area (MVWMA) is owned and administered by NDOW. The Nevada Division of State Parks (NDSP) owns and administers the Lahontan State Recreation Area (LSRA) involving a portion of the Carson River and Lahontan Reservoir. HUNTER ACCESS: Some landowners will allow hunting on their land. Over 13,000 acres, the MVWMA is open to public hunting. MAP
REFERENCES: The Carson City and Smith Valley 1:100,000 scale topographic maps delineate all topographic and road features within Unit 203. The NDOW has maps of the MVWMA at the manager's headquarters: (775) 463-2741. The NDSP has maps of the LSRA available as well: (775) 867-3001. There are numerous 7.5-minute scale topographic maps of the area as well. Topo maps sold at the Nevada Bureau of Mines & Geology: (775) 784-6691, Mark, Fore & Strike: (775) 322- 9559, and U.S. Geological Services at the University of Nevada, at (775) 358-0923. The DeLorme Nevada Atlas and Gazetteer is available at most book or sporting goods stores, or by calling them direct at 1-800-452-5931.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES: The cities of Yerington and Fernley are within Unit 203 and offer nearly all facilities and services. The communities of Silver Springs, Smith and Wellington also offer some services. Public campgrounds are available at Fort Churchill State Historic Park near Weeks. The MVWMA has a primitive campground.
RECOMMENDED HUNTING AREAS FOR MULE DEER: Deer are distributed within the agricultural areas of Mason and Smith Valleys and along the cultivated and riparian habitat along the Carson River near Weeks. Without permission from a private landowner, the MVWMA is the first choice for a place to hunt. The LSRA also offers public land opportunity.
SPECIAL COMMENTS: Special regulations require that hunters only hunt with a shotgun or bow and arrow within the fenced and cultivated lands of Mason and Smith Valleys and on the MVWMA. This provision is in deference to human safety. Safety cannot be stressed enough however. Although not required by law, hunters in Unit 203 should consider wearing high visibility clothing to reduce the chance of accidental shootings within the dense foliage. The MVWMA also offers opportunity to hunt quail, rabbit and waterfowl.