Sandy Valley, Nevada
Sandy Valley Housing
There are usually 1-3 homes for sale in Sandy Valley. When you look at what’s for sale, make sure you check on the acreage and barns/horse equipment. Out buildings in Sandy Valley homes for sale add value.
All resale homes and vacant land for sale in Sandy Valley will be displayed below. Most properties for sale in Sandy Valley will be on a sell and septic tank.
Nevada’s realtors are not licensed to sell trailers, only permanent structures like modular homes and homes with land and foundations. Make sure you look online if you’re looking for an inexpensive trailer home to rent. Land and trailers will be sold separately.
Buying vacant land is an option. Many homes in the valley are manufactured homes. They’re located on 2-5 acre pieces of land that cost about $20,000 an acre and up. Drill a well, install a septic tank, and move the modular house onto the property. It’s easy for some people…
Some manufactured homes are amazing these days, so keep your possibilities open. Last month there was a $300,000+ house sold. It was a great example of a property where a manufactured home and manufactured outbuildings moved in (after the infrastructure was installed) in only 1 day.
Building a home is a third option. We work closely with home builders and would be happy to assist you in investigating this option further. As a retired building engineer and a 25 year Realtor, I know more than most Realtors about building.
Originally known as Mesquite Valley, various mining companies changed the name when they moved in. Sandy Valley has been known as Mesquite Valley, Sandy, Boss, Kingston, Lincoln City, Mandolin, Platina, and Ripley before Sandy Valley.
Homes and Property Listed In Sandy Valley
What’s great is that residents can enjoy the country. They enjoy the privacy, as well as having the convenience to pop into or commute to the city if they want.
Sandy Valley is near the California State Line west of I-15. The slogan for Sandy Valley Ranch is “45 Miles and 100 Years from Las Vegas.” Sandy Valley was first populated in the 1800s as an original stop on the Old Spanish Trail for its California to New Mexico Run.
Sandy Valley can be anything you want it to be. The things I like best about Sandy Valley are the weather and the affordability. Outside employment is 20-45 minutes away in Las Vegas, Henderson, Jean, or Primm.
Sandy Valley home listings are minimal for a few reasons. The first one is that people like it there- the weather is great. Next is that modular homes that are not attached to a foundation are considered personal property and only the land will be sold thru a Realtor.
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Living in Sandy Valley is affordable and not too hot- you can grow fruit, have a garden and even raise livestock at home. Definitely a town with very few CCRs.
Population and Climate
The population was over 2100 people in 2010, and Sandy Valley continues to grow. There are under 1000 housing structures, and 25% of the residents are under 18.
The elevation is approx. 2265 feet. It is only 10 miles to a 4311 ft. elevation peak, but just 50 miles away, there’s a mountain with an elevation of 11,837 feet. It’s not just flat desert land!
The climate is wonderful if you like dry air with blue skies, under 6 inches of rain annually, and only snow flurries. Sandy Valley seems not to be too hot or too cold. From June to September, the average high temperature is over 90 degrees.
The hottest average summer day is July 13, with an average high of 92 degrees, and the average low temperature is 75 degrees. The coldest day of the year is December 25, with an average high temperature of 54 degrees, and the average low is 35 degrees.
Downtown Sandy Valley
There is no actual “Main Street,” however the area is small enough that one tour of town lets you know where everything is. Businesses in the valley include the Sandy Valley General Store and Deli, which still has a hitching post out front.
There’s also a neighborhood bar, several churches, a café, the library, a post office, and a shooting club.
The neighboring city of Goodsprings shares the Principal of the school with Sandy Valley. The local school is part of the Clark County School District, and grades K-12 are all in the same complex. It’s not unusual to see kids arrive at school on their ATV’s off the beaten path. The school has grown so much that there are now modular classrooms surrounding the main building.
Down the road are the senior citizen center, the community center, and a park. The park has shaded tables between a great jungle gym area and a baseball field. They are all together in the same area as the local volunteer fire department. The library is part of the Las Vegas Clark County Library District. The LVCCLD is an exceptional resource, and Sandy Valley enjoys the same books and media as every other Clark County library.
Sandy Valley is the home to Sky Ranch Airport and that also has a Bed and Breakfast Dude Ranch that hosts horse shows and small Rodeo events. There’s even a motocross park for the kids and tourists just a few miles down the road.
Sod Farms are lovely green crop circles in the desert. Tourist recreation adventure companies use the valley for numerous activities and entertainment.
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This website and information are made available for you to explore by Kurt Grosse with Realty One Group. Kurt is a Las Vegas Top-Producing Realtor since 1996 and a Retired Nevada Building Engineer (PE, CE).
His goal with his buyers and sellers is to use his skills and knowledge to protect them. Homes are becoming more complicated and new does not mean perfect. With how quickly homes are built in Southern Nevada, his skills are invaluable- and free.