Cash buyers only - Priced Under Market Value
Arguably the heart of the Black Hills, you'll live in the historic gambling town of Deadwood in South Dakota. This quiet town with an old-time aesthetic features a healthy tourist economy and direct access to the surrounding 1.2 million square miles of the Black Hills National Forest.
Fish, hunt, camp, hike, and bike to your heart's content. Thousands of miles of trails and sites at your disposal.
Find a river with a walking path that winds through the length of the town.
This area is known as an outdoor enthusiast's haven and once per year plays a large role in Sturgis, the largest biking rally in the country. The town of Sturgis itself is 25 minutes away. The paved roads in the area are well maintained and wind through scenic canyons and valleys. You can drive a UTV or snowmobile right down the highway.
There are several colleges, high schools, and elementary schools close by. And for big-city features such as the nearest airport, you would head to Rapid City, a 40 minute drive.
The property itself:
It's a small lot tucked up a side street at the end of a cul-de-sac. A quiet part of an already quiet town. Utilities are accessible at street level. It features an existing driveway. The slope of the property is steep and would have to be excavated.
- Annual Taxes are NO Hoa in the area but the building will need to be approved by the Historic Committee of the town. The
- Power Provided by Montana Dakota Utilities
- Sewage and Water by the City of Deadwood
- Cell service is excellent and many internet providers are available