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Horse Property For Sale in Fall River County South Dakota United States South Dakota

 
$1,289,000
Horse Property for sale.
Southern Black Hills Home on Acreage | 159.99 acres | Fall River County, SD

Edgemont, Fall River County, South Dakota


PRICE REDUCED! Headquarters with modern home, barn, wildlife and beautiful views! This acreage has a lot to offer in a beautiful part of the world.​ Located in the Southern Hills within 20 minutes of Hot Springs or Custer, the property is straddled by 45,000 acres of US Forest land.​ Beautiful modern two-story home, fully furnished 1910 log cabin guest home in excellent condition, barn and working corrals in a fairytale setting along rim rock ridges, timbered creek, and open pastures.​ The Red Canyon Ranchette is a true forever home and recreational paradise! LOCATION: ​The Red Canyon Ranchette is located in the beautiful Southern Black Hills at 27449 Red Canyon Road, Edgemont, SD.​ Nearby towns in Fall River County include Edgemont- 11 miles away, Hot Springs- 20 miles away, and Custer- 33 miles away.​ ​Directions from Hot Springs: Take US Hwy 18 West 11.5 miles to the Hwy 89 Junction (Minnekota), North on Hwy 89 1 mi to Pilger Mtn.​ Rd, West on Pilger Mtn Rd 5 miles to Red Canyon Rd.​ then South on Red Canyon Rd 2 miles to the property (27449 Red Canyon Rd, Edgemont, SD) IMPROVEMENTS: ​Main residence: Built in 1985, this 1,262 sq.​ ft.​ two-story home features 2 bedrooms and 1 ½ bathrooms with the detached 2 car garage added in 2005.​ The home is tastefully appointed in enduring elements of wood, masonry and brick.​ It provides an open and spacious floorplan, 18’ ceilings and concrete counter tops and sink.​ The home is comfortably heated by forced air and a wood stove for chilly nights.​ An attic fan and numerous ceiling fans provide an extra measure of ventilation.​ Featuring both a wooden deck and a covered patio, this home provides many options of outdoor living in which to relax and enjoy the surroundings.​ ​Cabin: The property also contains a charming, rustic two-room cabin built in 1906, which is located just down the hill from the main residence.​ The cabin features hand hewn logs- dove tailed and chinked- and a rail fence.​ Completely updated with power, full bath and shower, newer windows, a wood stove, propane furnace, and a covered porch, this cabin is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a fresh cup of coffee and take in the view! This feature could provide a multitude of uses from a private guest house to VRBO! ​Outbuildings: The well-maintained and functional corrals include metal gates and continuous fence hung on wooden posts, a covered tire tank and open faced barn with metal roof.​ The 1,920 sq ft shop, built in 2012, is also situated next to the corrals.​ The shop is insulated and heated, and includes a garage door for easy access.​ OPERATION: The property has served well as a family residence and headquarters of the family’s cow/calf and beef operation.​ In addition to the well-sodded grassland, there has been a number of terraces constructed in the hay meadows in order to capture the snow melt and runoff when the opportunity presents itself.​ WATER: There is a private well located on the property which produces a generous volume of water and serves the home, cabin, corrals and is piped throughout the property.​ UTILITIES: ​Electric service is provided by Black Hills Electric Coop in Custer.​ ​Fiberoptic communication is available to the property, provided by GoldenWest Telephone Cooperative.​ WILDLIFE: The property borders thousands of acres of Black Hills National Forest and while it has not been commercially hunted, provides a home to an abundance of small game and game birds such as sharp tailed grouse, coyote, bobcat as well as big game species such as mule deer and whitetail along with sizeable local herds of elk which may be heard bugling and bedding on the shady slopes.​ TAXES: The 2021 taxes for the Red Canyon Ranchette are a modest $3,406.52.​ PRICE: The Red Canyon Ranchette is being offered for private treaty sale at the reduced price of $1,289,000 USD.​

JD Hewitt , Hewitt Land Company

159.99 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
1.5 BATHROOMS
1262 SQ FT
 
$1,740,000
Horse Property for sale.
PERFECT NEBRASKA PINE~RIDGE RANCHETTE!

Crawford, Sioux County, Nebraska


Escape to this 179 acre paradise with VIEWS beyond compare, EXTREMELY SECLUDED end of the road privacy, 2 SPRINGS, and Borders USFS lands!! Precious cool clear flowing springs bring in all kinds of wildlife – deer, elk, turkeys, coyotes, and the list goes on. Take your time and relax on the covered decks, soak in the peace and quiet, and drink in the views of a lifetime! Remember what life is about and what really matters. :) This handcrafted log home has 3 bedrooms/3 baths, attached garage/shop, additional shop building with huge “Man Cave” area, and a large equipment building. Open floor plan liv/kit/dining with lots of windows and loft above. Ornate wood cook stove inset in dining room. Rock accents throughout. Big windows to enjoy the BIG VIEWS! Bedroom on the main level is currently being used as family room. Laundry/mudroom entry on main level from attached garage/shop. Upstairs is open loft area and master bedroom suite with its own balcony overlooking the ranch, walk in closet with built ins, and fabulous master bath with a large walk-in shower. Basement has another family room area and a nice bedroom and bath. Walk out to covered patio. *** ELEVATOR connecting all levels*** Many acres of beautiful USFS lands all around the area for a lifetime of exploring, riding, and hiking!!! Home has fully automatic backup generator and an amazing well! Please plan ahead for showings as one of the listing agents needs to be present.

Faith Lewis , Keller Williams Black Hills/Lewis Realty

179.45 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
3256 SQ FT
 
$3,500,000
Horse Property for sale.
Hunting paradise with lodge, ranching HQ, grassland and views! Buffalo Gap, SD |

Buffalo Gap, Custer County, South Dakota


The Lame Johnny Ranch is a local recreational gem! Transected by Lame Johnny Creek, the Cheyenne River, and replete with live water springs, this property is a wildlife mecca! A diverse enclave of wildlife habitat, pivot irrigated cropland, rugged grassland with a comfortable lodge, the Lame Johnny Ranch is well-suited for both livestock and recreational pursuits.​ Don't miss this opportunity- they just don't come any more inviting! Location: The Lame Johnny Ranch is located near the beautiful Southern Black Hills at26925 148th Ave.​, Buffalo Gap, SD.​ Nearby towns include Buffalo Gap- 12 miles, Hot Springs- 25 miles, Custer-48 miles, and Edgemont- 50 miles.​ Directions from Buffalo Gap: Travel 6 miles east on County Highway 656, then one mile north, 4.5 miles east, and 0.5 mile south on 148th Avenue to the property (26925 148th Ave.​, Buffalo Gap, SD 57722).​ Locale: The nearby small town of Buffalo Gap, population 139, is the closest community.​ Home to the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands, the areas surprising diversity of plants and animals is one of the most extensive, productive ecosystems in the United States.​ The community of Hot Springs, population 3,500, has been called the Southern Gateway to the Black Hills because of its native charm, temperate year-round weather, outdoor recreation, and easy access to local attractions.​ In addition to the hospitality industry, Hot Springs is home to the county seat, many local businesses, a K12 public school and private elementary school.​ Two universities are located within one hours drive.​ Regional flight service is available within a 45-minute drive at Rapid City, SD.​ Rapid City is the second largest city in South Dakota and offers all types of shopping, fine and casual dining, medical facilities and industry.​ Today the Black Hills offers an inviting mix of recreational and cultural experiences and the area continues to be a destination of choice for tourists and retirees alike.​ As populations increase in the region, this property will be more conveniently-located than ever.​ Hunting, fishing, boating, camping, golfing, and outdoor recreational opportunities abound in the Southern Black Hills area.​ Within a short drive, you can explore Custer State Park, one of the nations premier state parks.​ Known for its bison herds and wildlife, it has even been named as one of the Worlds Top Ten Wildlife Destinations.​ Also nearby are the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Moccasin Springs Natural Mineral Spa, Evans Plunge Mineral Springs, Angostura Recreation Area, J.​H.​ Keith Cascade Falls Picnic Area, Moccasin Springs and more! The greater Black Hills region is a treasure-trove of not only natural beauty, but tourism as well, averaging 4 million visitors annually.​ Ranked #1 by Forbes as the best state for business costs in 2019, South Dakota is a business-friendly environment that encourages a secure economy, room to innovate and a reliable workforce.​ If you're looking for a spacious lifestyle with wide open spaces, plenty of room to breathe and the beautiful Black Hills landscape, this area is the perfect blend of serene privacy with amenities within reach.​ History of Lame Johnny Creek Cornelius Donahue was born in Philadelphia around 1850, attended Girard College and after the Civil War, found himself working on ranches in Texas where he learned the art of thievery from the cowboys who would steal back the ranch horses frequently stolen by Indians.​ As the law started closing in on Donahue, the allure of gold discovered in the Black Hills diverted his attention.​He changed his name to John Hurley and upon arriving in Deadwood, tried his hand at panning for gold.​ With little or no luck, he took a job as a bookkeeper with the Homestake Mining Co.​ That ended abruptly when a Texas man recognized him as a horse thief nicknamed Lame Johnny.​ Again a fugitive, Johnny returned to his old ways.​ Lame Johnny and his gang held up the stage known as "Moniter" which was owned by his former employer, Homestake Mining Co.​ The take on this particular stage included $3500 in cash, $500 in diamonds and 700 pounds of gold dust, nuggets and bullion.​ His limp gave him away and in October 1878 Johnny was arrested and taken to Chadron, NE where he was shackled and handcuffed to a stage headed to Deadwood for trial.​ Johnny's trip was cut short when a band of vigilantes jumped the stage about 8 miles north east of Buffalo Gap and demanded he give up the whereabouts of the gold.​ He refused and still in his shackles, they shot him and hung him from an elm tree by a creek bed known today as Lame Johnny Creek.​ Wildlife: With heavily-timbered draws and abundant live water sources on the property, there is a bolstered population of both upland game birds, such as pheasants, grouse, and wild turkey, along with droves of Canadian Geese and a variety of duck species found on the Ranch during different seasons throughout the year.​ The terrain of the ranch lends itself for easy hunting trips with limited walking and many good blocking vantage points.​ The Whitetail deer populations are second to none in western South Dakota.​ With a very select few deer taken and strategic food plots placed throughout the property, there has been an influx of Whitetail.​ Mule Deer are commonplace on the western grassland area along Lame Johnny Creek, and even an occasional Pronghorn will be observed on the Ranch.​ The extensive efforts made towards improving wildlife habitat and the stewardship shown in harvesting deer have yielded Boon and Crockett trophies taken from the Ranch.​ Improvements: Lodge Upper Level: Open concept floor plan with living room, kitchen and dining area; Master bedroom with walk-in closet and en-suite; Office; Two additional bedrooms with one full bathroom; Additional commercial kitchen Laundry Room with nearby linen closet; Scoping room with electric fireplace, sliding glass door to small deck overlooking the reservoir Lower Level: (2) 2-bedrooms suites with independent thermostats, sink, shared toilet and shower Master bedroom with en-suite Great room- wet bar, freestanding gas stove (propane), entertainment center and pool table.​ East Entry Room- gun room with counters and gun racks West Entry Room- Cleaning Room with sink and cupboards Outdoor- Deck along West, North and East of house; Game cleaning patio with hydrant; Fire Pit; Awning over patio; Gazebo; Private Well, reverse osmosis and water softener; Draw- trees are Hinge cut; Center pivot irrigation system;Shelter belts on West end; New seeding Alfalfa; Gravel Pit; 2 lookout towers Building Specifications: Lodge: MH W/RE-1994 CHAMPION CLARION 28X70- Built in1994, 28X66 (1848sq.​ft.​ main floor, 1848sq.​ft.​ Basement) Detached Garage- Built in 2016, 24x28 ft.​ (672sq.​ft.​) with overhead doors on North and East sides, walkthrough door on east side, cement floors and work bench Second House/Storage Shed- Built in 1972, 34X32(1088sq.​ft.​) with a 14X32 (448sq.​ft.​) attached garage former residence, presently used for storage Pole Barn/Machine Shed- Built in 1980, 46X30 (1800sq.​ft.​) with open face garage and gravel floor; 14X30 (420sq.​ft.​) with 220hp overhead door and concrete floor and work benches Operation: The Lame Johnny Ranch, named for the creek which transects the property, has been operated primarily as a private recreational ranch with a hay production and livestock wintering component combining intrinsic value and ROI.​ The ranch consists of 733.68 acres, of which 172.08 ac.​ are irrigable and receive a combined 469 ac.​ft.​ of irrigation water from the Angostura Irrigation District.​ The balance of the ranch consists of dryland tillable and native grassland, and has been managed for optimum wildlife habitat while utilizing the hay production, grass and crop residue for winter grazing.​ The property is currently under Lease to an area rancher and the property sells subject to the Lease expiring in 2024.​ Call for Lease details, NDA required.​ Water: The ranch is endowed with an abundance of natural water and is transected by Lame Johnny Creek, the Cheyenne River, and several live water springs.​ The reservoirs on the property remain supplied year around by fresh live water providing exceptional habitat for waterfowl, game birds, big and small game and livestock.​ Irrigation water is delivered to the property via canal stemming from the Angostura Irrigation District which also transects the property.​ Domestic water is provided by a private well services by an electric submersible pump.​ Utilities: Electric service is provided by Black Hills Electric Coop in Custer.​ Fiberoptic communication is available to the property, provided by GoldenWest Telephone Cooperative.​ Taxes: The 2021 taxes for the Lame Johnny Ranch are $6,767.20.​ Price: The Lame Johnny Ranch is being offered for private treaty sale at $3,500,000 USD in cooperation with Hayden Outdoors.​ Information obtained from sources deemed to be reliable, however is not guaranteed by the Sellers or Hewitt Land Company.​ Fences do not all follow the property boundaries.​ For more information or to schedule a viewing, please contact: Tanner Hewitt: (605) 490-7952 Tyson Hewitt: (605) 206-0034

JD Hewitt , Hewitt Land Company

733.68 ACRES
8 BEDROOMS
5 BATHROOMS
3696 SQ FT

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