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Design and build your mountain retreat in Mt. Charleston in Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest/Spring Mountains Recreation Area. Located so near to Las Vegas, you’ll feel you’ve been transported to a mesmerizing, alpine, snowcapped mountain environment, unlike anything Las Vegas offers. Acquire one of the few building lots left on the south side of Crestview Drive in Echo View Subdivision. This lot location boasts unobstructed views of mountains, canyon and forest without direct views of utility lines or homes. South-facing with lots of sun. Enjoy the four seasons, watch the deer and wild horse families, Stellar Jays, woodpeckers, hummingbirds, chipmunks. Adjoining lot at 335 Crestview Drive also for sale. Perfect lot for a trophy home! Elevation: 7,730.5 7ft. Parcel measures approximately 12,632 sq.ft. and runs street-to-street from Crestview Drive to Spruce Road. Relax and rejuvenate your spirit here!
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