This is a very functional property located near SD Hwy 34 and has potential as a ranch headquarters or separate production unit. There are no covenants and the property could easily be divided with access to multiple sites. It is currently classified ag status. There are also many building sites that could tuck your home in out of sight with privacy at the forefront. Or you could choose to build on the ridge with views of the Black Hills to the south and the west. Bear Butte is to the southeast, and the picturesque Red Water Valley is immediately to the west.
The property consists of 180.0 acres and is located in Lawrence Co. SD. This offering may be divided into two parcels:
- The North Parcel is an 80 acre tract lying north of 194th St., priced at $220,000
- The South Parcel is a 100 acre tract lying south of 194th St., priced at $375,000, and is comprised 45+/- acres irrigated hayland and the balance native grassland.
Access to the property is provided via 194th Street just ¾ mile off SD Hwy 34, between St. Onge and Belle Fourche, SD. The property consists of gently rolling to steep terrain with a combination of hay-land acres and native grass. The soils on the tillable land are comprised of Recluse Loam Class II and III with productivity indexes of 86 and 82 respectively.
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