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Northstream Investments- River Pasture
#SD423158
Stanley, South Dakota
1,245.00 acres
Northstream Investments River Pasture Stanley County, South Dakota 1,245.09+/- All Deeded Acres | Price: $1,995,000.00 Executive Summary: The Northstream River Pasture is a beautiful pasture with rolling hills, deep grass, fantastic access, plentiful water, and the most amazing views. The scenic Mission Ridge Road winds along the top of the Missouri River breaks overlooking the draws and ridges that run down through the property to the great Oahe Dam. It is captivating to sit atop the ridges and find the Whitetail Deer foraging around, or watching the boats explore the expansive waters at the propertys edge. Location: The River Pasture is located an amazingly short 7 miles from Ft. Pierre city limits and an incredible 9 miles from the State Capital of South Dakota. Mission Ridge Road runs along the south boundary providing 2.5 miles of paved road frontage. Operation: Currently the property has been used predominately for livestock grazing. With Oahe Dam as the north boundary, the Mission Ridge Road as the south boundary, and small acreages as the east and west boundaries this property has an incredibly unique ability to create separation from neighboring livestock, making it a safe, efficient place to summer yearlings or even replacement heifers. The River Pasture combined with 472 acres of CORP of Engineers lease ground offer a producer enough scale to efficiently operate this property. For the Investment minded purchaser this remarkable property offers exponential return capabilities. While it makes an attractive agricultural rental property the access along Mission Ridge Road affords the opportunity to develop highly desirable parcels overlooking the Dam. One could start a development project while livestock grazing, farming, and hunting create cashflow during the development process. Not to mention the endless opportunities for recreational enjoyment. Topography: The River break hills are a mixture of gradual sloping grass covered hills to shear banks. Wildlife and livestock take shelter in the deeper, brushy draws and forage the hills and plateaus. The network of ridge tops are deceiving, making the Dam appear to be just over the crest but when you start down the ridge each crest reveals another until eventually, you arrive at the shoreline. Water: Livestock water is provided by several tanks fed by West River Lyman Jones Rural Water, several dams and dugouts, and Oahe Dam. Domestic water is provided by West River Lyman Jones Rural Water. Wildlife: Whitetail Deer are the predominate Wildlife, although Game Birds, water fowl, Racoons and various other species can be found. Acreage: The Property consists of 1,245.09 Deeded and 472 CORP of Engineers Lease Acres for a Total of 1,717.09 Acres Deeded Acre Breakdown: 1,161.41 Grass; 83.68 Tillable ADJOINING PROPERTY The adjoining Northstream Investments- Main Ranch property, consisting of 6,916.53 deeded acres, priced at $8,650,000 is available to be combined. View more about the adjoining property here.
$1,995,000

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Pittman Development Land
#SD418727
Lawrence, South Dakota
149.00 acres
Sitting in the middle of the magnificent Black Hills community is a silent gem of 150 acres just waiting to be developed into someone’s little slice of heaven or a developers gold mine. The Pittman Development Land already has all utilities provided and all of the space needed to feel like you're away from the crowd, yet you're literally just a few minutes away from groceries, a dinner date or sports activity. This 150 acre parcel is situated in a great location with development potential and beautiful, hilltop views. The property is only one minute north of Whitewood which sits on the I-90 exit along State Hwy 34, and provides easy, convenient access to several communities and attractions in each direction. Key advantages to this gem are its proximity to popular and practical locations in the area. The popular town of Sturgis (home to the annual Sturgis motorcycle Rally) is seven minutes south/east on I-90 and Spearfish, the home of Black Hills University, is a quick 10 minute drive west on I-90. Both Deadwood and Belle Fouche are within 20 minutes. There are many other small towns scattered around, however, Rapid City, which is the second largest city in South Dakota, is an easy 25 minute drive southeast of the property, again, on I-90, and Rapid City’s Regional Airport is within 45 minutes. Located in the heart of South Dakota’s “Black Hills’ with perfect access for business or pleasure, this 150 acre property has a mix of open green pastures and Ponderosa pine settings mixed with just a few Oaks and Cottonwood, all on a rolling hills topography which makes it very attractive with private and beautiful hilltop views for potential residential development. There is good natural grass on 2/3s of the property with nice tree cover on the balance. There are three hillside ponds and one deep well that provide good water for the whole property. Having been owned by the Pittman family since 1949, Uncle Jean and Aunt Jeane raised their five strong sons in a family tradition of agriculture The Pittman diary provided the way of life for this western family and while the cows no longer are there to be milked, this location is a very convenient and beautiful opportunity to develop into many unique residential building sites or one unique dream hideaway to build a dream estate. There is a mild four season climate. Many bikers say that they can ride, at some times, twelve months out of the year due to its banana belt climate. While there is adequate pasture and cover for 50-60 cattle, this property is likely at its highest and best use if converted to an upscale residential home development or gentleman’s ranch or dream home estate. The buildings that come with the property are older and in various stages of disrepair. There has been no value given to them and they are sold “As is where is” condition with no warranties implied or given. The 116 year old house is presumed to be unlivable in its current condition. Two mobile homes along Pittman Road are to be sold or removed separate from (not included in) this sale. Seller will consider offers to purchase approximately 40 acres at the corner of Pittman Road and State Hwy 30 separately. The property has a deep well that operated with the dairy since 1949 and was in use until 1999 and there is MDU natural gas to the house and barn and electricity has been in place for decades. This property itself allows for activities including horseback riding, hiking, hunting, camping, mountain biking, shooting, privacy, and semi-seclusion. Virtually next door, The Black Hills of South Dakota, has a very healthy tourist industry because of its mild climate and user friendly outdoors full of national forest and grasslands available for public use. If you think that you’ll enjoy feeding wild donkeys from your car windows or seeing buffalo and prairie dogs in their natural habitat, you’ll also want to include a visit to Custer State Park and Wind Cave Park, as well. Nearby Whitewood, is a quiet little town with a couple of restaurants, a convenience store and a coffee shop. The sleepy little college town of Spearfish is a bedroom community combining more elegant homes and a golf course with the beauty of nearby Spearfish Canyon into an enjoyable time for residents and their visitors alike. Just a little ways up the trail to the north is the western cowboy town of Belle Fourche which was the end of the trail for manTexas cattle drives and is still the home to the annual Belle Fourche Roundup Rodeo, which allows cowboys and cowgirls of all ages to celebrate the week of our nation's Independence Day in grand western style! Rock climbers enjoy the granite spires and families may find time to take a dip in the natural hot mineral springs at Evans Plunge in Hot Springs, SD, which is a short drive away. Neighboring towns of Custer, Hill City, Keystone, Rapid City, Sturgis, Deadwood, Whitewood, Spearfish, Belle Fourche and even small towns such as New Underwood and Hermosa offer various meals in casual to formal dining and drinking entertainment. In addition, there are opportunities for several area rodeos and county area fairs as well as entertainment events for concerts with big name entertainment at the Deadwood Grand and Rushmore Plaza Civic Center (Rapid City) throughout the entire year. There is 35 acre +/- parcel along the Highway that can be divided and sold separately for $525,000. Call for details.
$1,798,020
Pheasant Connection Farm
#SD433237
Lyman, South Dakota
829.00 acres
Pheasant Connection Farm offers 829 deeded acres of prime hunting land in Lyman County, South Dakota. With more than 676 acres of CRP, milo food plots, 6 ponds, cattails, and miles of trees, it is a hunter’s paradise. After walking the fields of South Dakota, you can experience the comforts of the lodge and a patio to enjoy more of the South Dakota fresh air and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunsets!The property also includes a 3600 square foot building including a 1064 square foot gathering lodge/kitchen overlooking the property. The corner piece species of the Pheasant Connection Farm hunting experience is pheasants along with the opportunity to harvest white-tailed deer, sharp-tailed grouse, and waterfowl. The countryside is gently rolling, with fields and sky as far as the eye can see. You will walk across miles of shelter belts, CRP, and millet/forage sorghum strips to flush out birds. And at hunt’s end, you realize that the memories of that perfect shot and the cackling call of the rising rooster will be with you for a long, long time. If action-filled hunting and an uncommon passion for the outdoors and a sound investment are what you chase, do yourself a favor and schedule a private tour of the property.   The Lyman County Farm Service Agency records indicate 772 acres are considered cropland. Soil maps indicate soils found on the property are Class II and Class III of the Millboro and Promise Clay Series. The property commands an overall Productivity Index of 75.95 which indicates this is a highly productive parcel of cropland.The Pheasant Connection Farm is poised to be the foundation to build your dream and legacy.  It is highly regarded for its privacy, careful management, and diverse wildlife populations. It offers enticing possibilities for the discerning buyer seeking a wise investment or a beautiful place to call home with its stunning views. It offers the best of South Dakota recreation as well as an opportune ag investmentNOTE: Video includes 640 additional acres that have been subsequently sold.Improvements: Machine Shed – 2,544 square foot with a backup generator, an overhead door, sliding door and loft. It is wired for 220.Gathering Area/Kitchen – 28’X32’ Kitchen with a large dining area and covered porch overlooking the property. Price includes kitchen appliances including a commercial Vulcan stove and exhaust. There is a Rinnai continuous hot water heater in the full bathroom.Dog Kennel/Garage – Metal building with 5 dog kennels and a storage garage.The water for the property is supplied by West River Rural Water.Acreage and Current Operation:The acreage consists of 829± acres deeded with approximately 676± acres in CRP. Water is supplied by 9 ponds and rural water. The largest pond is 13 acres in the middle of the north acreage. There are over 3.25 miles of shelter belts. The Lyman County Farm Service Agency records indicate 772 acres are considered cropland. Soil maps indicate soils found on the property are Class II and Class III of the Millboro and Promise Clay Series. The property commands an overall Productivity Index of 75.95 which indicates this is a highly productive parcel of cropland.Note: The 2 CRP contracts shown as “NEW” containing 262.82 acres, can be opted out and farmed by paying a one-time penalty of 25% of the annual payment anytime before 10-1-2021.CRP CONTRACTS:Tract # 1197 Contract #11165 – 99.91 acres  10-01-2017 to 09-30-2027 Annual payment of $7975 ($79.82 annual rate per acre)Tract # 2775 Contract #10144C – 214.05 acres 10-01-2012 to 09-30-2022 Annual payment of $10,176 ($47.54 annual rate per acre)Tract # 1197 Contract # NEW – 80.31 acres 10-01-2020 to 09-30-2030 Annual payment of $4385 ($54.60 annual rate per acre)Tract # 3434 Contract # NEW – 282.51 acres 10-01-2020 to 09-30-2030 Annual payment of $14,535 ($51.45 annual rate per acre)Wildlife:The diverse landscape of Pheasant Connection Farm is characterized by an assortment of habitats and an abundant array of natural resources. For many outdoor enthusiasts, no other wildlife species in the state is as recognized or valued as the ring-necked pheasant. Though pheasants are not a native species to North America, they have become naturalized to this mosaic of grassland and agricultural land habitat found in much of South Dakota. From the first successful releases of pheasants in 1908 to the current estimated population of around 10 million birds, South Dakotans and our visitors have built a rich and deeply rooted tradition around pheasants and pheasant hunting. The opening weekend in October is an event anticipated not only by pheasant hunters, but also family and friends who are reunited during this social gathering. You will also find an abundance of white-tailed deer and sharp-tailed grouse as well as ducks and geese.If you enjoy fishing, Lake Oahe in Pierre offers exceptional fishing for walleye, northern pike and salmon. and bluegill. In the winter try ice fishing for walleye or pan fish.Location:Pheasant Connection Farm is in central South Dakota, just 3 miles west of Presho. It is in the epicenter of Dakota’s great upland prairie and of the heartland’s richly productive countryside.Locale:Presho is right along Interstate-90 at exit 223.  From Sioux Falls, you simply head west on I-90 until you get to exit 223 (about 180 miles).  From Rapid City, you east on I-90 (about 160 miles). South Dakota is well known for its world class pheasant hunting. Lyman County is in central South Dakota, where the highest pheasant numbers in the state are found. This area is unlike any other. Every year Lyman County statistically ranks at the top with the highest pheasant populations in South Dakota and all North America! Lyman County and Presho is strategically located in the center of the golden triangle. The golden triangle is special because it consistently boasts the best WILD pheasant hunting numbers in North America. The golden triangle forms a connecting line between the cities of Pierre, Winner, and Chamberlain. The city of Presho is in the center of that triangle. The Presho area not only boasts glorious hunting opportunities, but a long list of recreational activities as well. For boaters and campers, the Missouri River is only a mere 40-minute drive away, and one can experience the breathtaking scenery that adorns the river's banks.Taxes:The 2019 real estate taxes payable in 2020 are $6,956.54 annually.Mineral Rights:Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate.Fences & Boundaries:The perimeter of the property is not completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about the location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding specific acreage within the fenced property lines.  Seller is selling the property in an “as is” condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey.  Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only.  Their accuracy is not guaranteed.Broker Comments:This is a place of inspiration and solitude. The possibilities and opportunities are as endless as the Western Sky.  By sharing this beauty with other loved ones, you will be developing memories and building eternal legacies. Pheasant Connection Farm is where you and your family can make memories that will last a lifetime, a place where your dreams can become reality.Terms:The current asking price is Two Million, One Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand, Eight Hundred Fifty Dollars ($2,196,850) or $2650 per acre including all improvements.
$2,196,850
Wishbone Ranch - South Parcel
#SD449678
Fall River, South Dakota
1,759.00 acres
The Wishbone Ranch, near Edgemont, SD, features excellent grazing land with live water, good grass, and natural winter cover for livestock. The headquarters has a 4-bedroom home, log-style bunk house, small lodge, meat processing building, corrals, and several outbuildings. In conjunction with the North Parcel (offered separately or jointly), this property was recently used as a hunting preserve. This is your chance to own the southern parcel of the popular Wishbone Hunting Ranch, where countless big game hunters have walked away with a trophy buck elk or bison over the years. Located just 15 minutes south of Edgemont, SD, the Wishbone Ranch (South Parcel) offers you a headquarters with a 4-bedroom home, log-style bunk house, small lodge, meat processing building, and more. Featuring live water, hardy native grasses, and natural winter cover for livestock, this property will support cattle, elk, or bison in a beautiful area of South Dakota. Offered with a companion listing (Wishbone Ranch, North Parcel) for use as a hunting preserve.The ranch is located equidistant from the Nebraska and Wyoming borders, in the southwest corner of South Dakota, in Fall River County. The property is nestled along the southern edge of the beautiful Black Hills mountain range, surrounded by rolling hills and ridges. Civilization isn’t too far away in any direction. The small town of Edgemont, SD is located 6 miles northwest on State Highway 471, and offers several amenities. State Highway 71 travels northeast of the property and leads to the famous city of Hot Springs, SD, located a short 25 minute drive away.  Crawford, Nebraska is about 45 miles to the south of Wishbone Ranch, via Highway 71, which also provides all of the needed facilities including groceries, fuel, restaurants and lodging.This fabulous property consists of approximately 1,759.15 acres deeded, 320 acres of SD state lease, and 40 acres of BLM leased land. If the buyer would like to keep the whole original Wishbone Ranch together, please see the companion listing, offering the North Parcel.  Water is excellent on the Wishbone Ranch South Parcel thanks to two wells: one shallow for yard services and one 1,100' deep well, which services the home and has buried water lines out to stock tanks in six pastures, giving a constant supply of fresh, high-quality water to livestock. The property also features 5 dams and at least one active spring flowing from out north of the house.A mix of some Ponderosa Pine forests overlook the grassland, which offers rich pasture for grazing. Many varieties of hardy, nutritious grasses grow in the pastures, including SideOats Grama, Blue Grama, Big Blue, Western Wheatgrass, Prairie Chord Grass, Crested Wheatgrass, Intermediate Wheatgrass, Indian Grass, Alkali Sacaton, Wild Rye, and some Immigrant Kosha.  The property is bordered on its southern edge by 8-foot-high woven wire game fencing, which extends around the perimeter of both the north and the south parcels to contain game as a hunting preserve.The current owners have just wintered approximately 50 bison, 50+/- elk, and 150 cattle on the property. Seller indicates that for the last 20 years, this ranch has been an excellent location to winter livestock, with all the available water, grass, and natural cover provided by the buttes, draws, and Ponderosa pine trees that animals need to pass the winter in safety. The headquarters is centrally located in this part of the ranch and has a Spanish-style ranch home and multiple outbuildings. The home is a 2-story stucco/frame construction home with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, built in 1935. The home has approximate main floor square footage of 1,691 and a total combined square footage of approximately 4,000, including the second story and a partial, unfinished 1/4th basement. Other outbuildingsA 22'x20' single Garage, built in 1951 A 17'x 25' Bunkhouse from the 1950s with log construction and a slab concrete floor. This rustic bunkhouse features one large room that could likely sleep up to 8-10. It includes electricity and a wood stove for heat.A Dining Lodge which features a 36'x 27’ open area and includes plumbing, heating, and restroom facilities. A 32'x 27' Storage Building a short walk from the bunkhouse, which sometimes has provided a sleeping room for hunters as well.A Butcher Shop which has been used for processing game animals and other meat.A 40'x 28' open area Barn/Shed with 8' sidewalls.A 27'x 31" pole building built in 1949 to house equipment.A 33'x 28' utility shop built in 1930.Another Barn built in the 1930s. This building is 80' in length. The west half is 26' wide and the east half is 18' wide. Corrals and a loading chute The entire ranch has long been home to Wishbone Outfitters, which provided guided trophy elk and buffalo bull hunts. The buyer could easily build on the momentum of 20 years of name recognition to again host hunters who come for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. With a little restoration of this hunting resort property, this could provide a solid income stream for you in addition to raising cattle.The nearest community to the ranch is the quaint little town of Edgemont, SD. Edgemont offers all of the necessities including grocery, fuel, dining, lodging, as well as a feed store, auto repair, and veterinary services. The town has a great school system, a friendly downtown, a charming 100-year-old city park and miles and miles of national land for outdoor activities of all types.  Less than 45 miles to the east, sits the Angostura Reservoir which is a popular destination for boating, fishing, and all sorts of water sports. Sheps Canyon State Recreation area is also close by, where you can find shoreline fishing, canoeing and kayaking, camping, and hiking. Just to the north, you’ll find the famous Black Hills National Forest, an incredible destination with a variety of outdoor activities including rock climbing, hiking and, of course, hunting. The Black Hills boasts some of the best hunting opportunities in the nation, including elk, both whitetail and mule deer, black bear and turkey. The Black Hills are also home to the famous Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Wind Cave National Park, and Custer State Park.   The iconic Evans Plunge Mineral Springs Resort is located just a comfortable 25 minutes away in Hot Springs, SD. Known for its rejuvenation, refreshment, relaxation and recreation qualities, the indoor mineral pool is a popular attraction for visitors nationwide. Hot Springs is also home to the world’s largest mammoth research facility and active dig site. The well known Mammoth Site is open year-round and offers epic tours of the indoor dig site and views of Ice Age fossils. 
$2,149,000
21891 Keough Lane Nemo SD 57759
#SD458157
Lawrence, South Dakota
46.00 acres
Incredible Post and Beam Home that has views for miles! This 24x70 Great Plains Western Horse Barn Home is customized with12ft lean-tos and cupolas. All Sand Creek Post & Beam wood barn home kits feature the strength and beauty of post and beam timber frame construction. This Black Hills home is open and inviting! It is a large space but feels so warm and cozy. There are so many windows and the cupulas make it feel like there isn't a ceiling. Abundance of light! In floor heat on the main level includingthe garage space. Forced air heat and A/C. Granite counter tops throughout. Tongue and grove pine walls. Rough saw Black HillsSpruce ceiling. Marvin Windows and doors. Turn of the century warehouse fire door into the master bed room. Taken from a warehouse in Minneapolis, MN. Fractured earth stamped concrete. Garage floor has hi-tech finish. Birchwood painted cabinets in the kitchen. Soft close drawers. Knotty Alder also in the kitchen and bathrooms. The well is approx. 500 ft. deep.
$2,140,000
Kellem Lane
#SD371328
Lawrence, South Dakota
46.00 acres
Call or text listing agent Alan Crago at 605-641-0359 at CENTURY 21 Spearfish Realty. Location good for accessibility to area. Property topography well suited for highway service development. Flat land with 1828 ft Highway frontage 3 miles north of I-90/ Exit 10 Spearfish. 1/2 interest in 500-800 gpm artesian well at southern end of property. Eastern property line fence to be built new running north to south including transmission line. See plat for property dimensions. Priced at $1.00 sq. ft. Property being sold as is where is. Property has been annexed into the City of Spearfish and zoned Hwy Service Commercial. Will build to suit for lease.
$2,033,380
Quality Dryland Farm Ground!
#SD455892
Bennett, South Dakota
1,399.00 acres
Offered in six individual tracts or it’s entirety, L and E Properties offers quality dryland farms in close proximity to Martin, South Dakota, the county seat of Bennett County. Tracts range in size from 145 acres to 320 acres, and offer soils conducive to winter wheat, dryland corn, sunflowers, and small grains. Hunting opportunities abound on the property, with upland game birds, deer, and waterfowl hunting. Call Dave Hickey for details. Three tracts are located next to the LaCreek National Wildlife Refuge, and offer tremendous waterfowl hunting opportunities. Tract #2 is located directly adjacent to the City of Martin, with continued development opportunities along U.S. Highway 18, and South Dakota Highway 73. Tract #3 is located just east of Martin with Highway 18 frontage, plus grain storage. For additional details or a showing, please call Dave Hickey today. Offered at: Tract 1: $174,576.00 or $1,200.00 per acre Tract 2: $456,030.00 or $1,500.00 per acre Tract 3: $332,368.50 or $1,075.00 per acre Tract 4: $220,000.00 or $1,375.00 per acre Tract 5: $224,000.00 or $1,400.00 per acre Tract 6: $432,000.00 or $1,350.00 per acre
$1,838,974
Pittman Development Land
#SD449073
Lawrence, South Dakota
150.00 acres
This Northern Hills Beauty is a one of a kind opportunity to own a piece of South Dakota land located in the heart of the Black Hills for a private home or business development.Sitting in the middle of the magnificent Black Hills community is a silent gem of 150 acres just waiting to be developed into someone’s little slice of heaven or a developers gold mine.  The Pittman Development Land already has all utilities provided and all of the space needed to feel like you're away from the crowd, yet you're literally just a few minutes away from groceries, a dinner date or sports activity.This 150 acre parcel is situated in a great location with development potential and beautiful, hilltop views.  The property is only one minute north of Whitewood which sits on the I-90 exit along State Hwy 34, and provides easy, convenient access to several communities and attractions in each direction.  Key advantages to this gem are its proximity to popular and practical locations in the area.  The popular town of Sturgis (home to the annual Sturgis motorcycle Rally) is seven minutes south/east on I-90 and Spearfish, the home of Black Hills University, is a quick 10 minute drive west on I-90.  Both Deadwood and Belle Fouche are within 20 minutes.There are many other small towns scattered around, however, Rapid City, which is the second largest city in South Dakota, is an easy 25 minute drive southeast of the property, again, on I-90, and Rapid City’s Regional Airport is within 45 minutes.Located in the heart of South Dakota’s “Black Hills’ with perfect access for business or pleasure, this 150 acre property has a mix of open green pastures and Ponderosa pine settings mixed with just a few Oaks and Cottonwood, all on a rolling hills topography which makes it very attractive with private and beautiful hilltop views for potential residential development. There is good natural grass on 2/3s of the property with nice tree cover on the balance.  There are three hillside ponds and one deep well that provide good water for the whole property.Having been owned by the Pittman family since 1949, Uncle Jean and Aunt Jeane raised their five strong sons in a family tradition of agriculture. The Pittman Dairy provided the way of life for this western family and while the cows no longer are there to be milked, this location is a very convenient and beautiful opportunity to develop into many unique residential building sites or one unique dream hideaway to build a dream estate.There is a mild four season climate.  Many bikers say that they can ride, at some times, twelve months out of the year due to its banana belt climate. While there is adequate pasture and cover for 50-60 cattle, this property is likely at its highest and best use if converted to an upscale residential home development or gentleman’s ranch or dream home estate. The buildings that come with the property are older and in various stages of disrepair.  There has been no value given to them and they are sold “As is where is” condition with no warranties implied or given. The 116 year old house is presumed to be unlivable in its current condition. Two mobile homes along Pittman Road are to be sold or removed separate from (not included in) this sale.  Seller will consider offers to purchase approximately 40 acres at the corner of Pittman Road and State Hwy 30 separately.The property has a deep well that operated with the dairy since 1949 and was in use until 1999 and there is MDU natural gas to the house and barn and electricity has been in place for decades.This property itself allows for activities including horseback riding, hiking, hunting, camping, mountain biking, shooting, privacy, and semi-seclusion.  Virtually next door, The Black Hills of South Dakota, has a very healthy tourist industry because of its mild climate and user friendly outdoors full of national forest and grasslands available for public use.  If you think that you’ll enjoy feeding wild donkeys from your car windows or seeing buffalo and prairie dogs in their natural habitat, you’ll also want to include a visit to Custer State Park and Wind Cave Park, as well.Nearby Whitewood, is a quiet little town with a couple of restaurants, a convenience store and a coffee shop.  The sleepy little college town of Spearfish is a bedroom community combining more elegant homes and a golf course with the beauty of nearby Spearfish Canyon into an enjoyable time for residents and their visitors alike.Just a little ways up the trail to the north is the western cowboy town of Belle Fourche which was the end of the trail for manTexas cattle drives and is still the home to the annual Belle Fourche Roundup Rodeo, which allows cowboys and cowgirls of all ages to celebrate the week of our nation's Independence Day in grand western style!Rock climbers enjoy the granite spires and families may find time to take a dip in the natural hot mineral springs at Evans Plunge in Hot Springs, SD, which is a short drive away.Neighboring towns of Custer, Hill City, Keystone, Rapid City, Sturgis, Deadwood, Whitewood, Spearfish, Belle Fourche and even small towns such as New Underwood and Hermosa offer various meals in casual to formal dining and drinking entertainment.  In addition, there are opportunities for several area rodeos and county area fairs as well as entertainment events for concerts with big name entertainment at the Deadwood Grand and Rushmore Plaza Civic Center (Rapid City) throughout the entire year.  
$1,798,920
Prime Minnehaha County Cropland
#SD393384
Minnehaha, South Dakota
233.00 acres
This is an great opportunity to purchase 232.92+/- acres of highly productive Minnehaha County cropland. The property features 221.70 acres of tillable cropland according to FSA. These tillable acres have an average productivity index of 81.1. The property is located off of paved road 470th Avenue and just a few miles away from Interstate 29 access. This would be a great addition to a growing farm operation or land investor. From Lyons, South Dakota, go half of a mile north on 467th Avenue then two and a half miles east on 252nd Street. Or, from Crooks, South Dakota, go five and a quarter miles north on 470th Avenue.
$1,788,000
Pete's Creek Ranch
#SD472654
Gregory, South Dakota
554.00 acres
The perfect combination between a quality working ranch and premier hunting property - Pete's Creek Ranch is an impressive 554+/- acre listing located just 2.75 miles east of Burke in Gregory County, South Dakota. This expansive ranch boasts a diverse landscape with approximately 550 continuous acres including 50 +/- acres of highly productive cropland, 40 +/- acres alphalfa, with the balance in cross fenced good pasture ground running an owner rated 50 - 60 pairs during season, prime hunting habitat and nearly ľ mile of Peet's Creek running good water through the ranch year around. The ranch also features numerous improvements; including a quaint 6-bedroom farmhouse, multiple outbuildings, working corrals and much more. Owned by the same family for over 60 years, Pete's Creek Ranch is truly second to none when it comes to a quality farm/ working ranch and recreational paradise. LANDSCAPE/ WILDLIFE: The topography of the ranch varies from gently rolling hills to tree-lined creek bottoms, spacious prairieland and roughly 100 acres of tillable farmland. Live water from Pete's Creek runs through the center of the property, providing great habitat for an array of wildlife. Whitetail, mule deer and wild turkey are found in abundance throughout the ranch, in addition to good pheasant populations. HOME/ OUTBUILDINGS: The main entrance of the property begins with a ˝ mile tree-lined driveway and features 50 mature Black Walnut trees planted back in 1969. The aesthetic driveway leads up to the charming 2 story farmhouse which was built in the early 1900s and has been upgraded and well maintained throughout the years. The farmhouse boasts a welcoming appeal with 6 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a cozy eat-in kitchen and ample living space. Pete's Creek Ranch also offers numerous barns, outbuildings and loafing sheds for livestock and/or feed and equipment storage; in addition to good perimeter fencing and functional working corrals.Boasting a diverse landscape, with good improvements, abundant wildlife, quality farming practices and well suited for ranchers or hunters alike, Pete's Creek Ranch is truly an exceptional offering. Don’t miss your chance to see this legacy farm/ ranch property located in the heart of pheasant country. For questions or additional information, please contact John Herrity at 970-685-0645. 
$1,775,000