Faith Lewis

 
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Available
MLS # 54708
Listing ID # 45482203
Price: $16,000,000
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Baths: 3 full BA
Approx. Lot Size: 2,700 Acres
Year Built: 1972

Property Type: Investment
Location:
   27622 Brook Drive
   Hot Springs, SD 57747

County: Fall River
Real Estate for Sale, ListingId:45482203, location: 27622 Brook Drive Hot Springs 57747
 
2700 acres!
This rare 2700 acre property lies just outside of the city of Hot Springs, SD. It is one of the largest private land holdings within the Black Hills National Forest area. It is bordered mostly by thousands of acres of Black Hills National Forest and SD State Game, Fish and Parks lands and some privately owned lands. There are no deeded easements through this property except utilities. Owners have run more than 5 miles of underground electricity to different places on the land. The topography of this land is very varied with high Mountain peaks – 5 of the 7 Sisters peaks are at least partially on this property. Up at the top it is 4300 feet elevation with amazing long range views in each direction – including views overlooking Hot Springs itself, the Needles and Black Elk Mtn, the Prairie/Badlands, and Angostura Reservoir. Then there is a beautiful deep canyon with steep side walls and a spring fed pond in the bottom. Next there is a large open area that is a high nearly treeless plateau meadow where there is the owner’s private airport runway and hangar building. From here is a closer view of Angostura. Then from there it is rolling lands with grass and trees back around up to the top on the other side of the canyon. The owner currently leases the ranch for cattle and it is fenced and cross fenced. There are 3 wells on the property along with some springs and stock ponds. Probably the single most unique land feature is the sink hole areas. There is one large sink hole that is known as the “Lost Wells of Hot Springs” that people used to come visit from all over and they wrote their names on the rock walls which can still be seen today. There is said to be some petroglyphs and/or pictographs which are of special interest. It has been written that this sink hole is kind of a time capsule for seeing the flora and fauna of the past preserved in the stone – possibly even animals or mammoths as there used to be a tusk in the bottom of this sink hol

Offered by Faith Lewis of Lewis Realty View Phone Number (605) 863-0725 .

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