27622 Brook Drive, Hot Springs, South Dakota, 57747
A rare opportunity to own private ground in the beautiful Black Hills! This property consists of 2703+/- deeded acres in Fall River County. Not only is the property private, scenic and secluded but easy to get to by land or air. Government land surrounds three sides of the 2700 acres adding to its seclusion and privacy. An awe- inspiring historical gem and much more than a ranch. Truly this land is suited for many different purposes. From the Hunting to Fishing this property is a recreational dream! In this "Banana Belt" weather, the winters are mild. This property is privately deeded with no government acreage. It is located 15 minutes from a town of about 3500 population, yet beautifully private, scenic isolated, secluded and appearing to be millions of miles from life as most experience it. There are springs, wells, and a spring fed pond; a private airstrip, hanger, navigation aids, lights, radio and elevations of 3000 to 4300 feet above sea level. On the property you will find two little cabins. Other features include, ponderosa pines, junipers, some aspen, and miles of underground utilities. Thousands of acres of government owned land surrounds three sides of the parcel with no easements through the deeded acres, except utilities. There are deer, elk, turkey, grouse, mountain lions, American and Golden Eagles, and all the other wildlife on the property. The locale is within a short driving distance to four National Parks and largest State Park. These include views of Lake Angostura, the largest body of water in western South Dakota, the Badlands and MT. Harney the tallest peak in the Black Hills, the Needles. Near MT. Rushmore and Custer State Park and Hot Springs. Breath taking views of Boahniein Canyon, Brady Canyon, North Knappie, South Knappie, and Middle Knappie Canyons . The private airport overviews Angostura lake for stunning moments of pure beauty Including, navigation aids, lights, radio and elevations of 3000 to 4300 feet above sea level. Sections are fenced and currently is leased land (cattle); There are a handful of homes that run contiguous to the property before entering the Flying T land but once on the sections of the Flying T Sky Ranch, areas of seclusion and privacy have been the owners dream for many years! The majestic views create a picturesque environment that contains natural canyons and cliffs that meander throughout with lush vegetation abounds.
There are building sites platted in Section 31 of this land (15-25 acre lots) and the creative mind can see endless possibilities for development or recreation. On any given day see elk, deer, antelope, and many small game animals who reside in this secluded mountain top area of the foothills. Moreover, grouse, turkey and golden Eagles and wildlife galore to see. Owner will consider dividing but may have deed restrictions and easements to apply. All the acreage features ponderosa pines, junipers, some aspen and on Section 31 a 600 square foot cabin with septic and water! Several wells are located on the property and well depth to dig is good.
The Black Hills is a rare gem itself! This acreage holds dear to what living in the hills represents! Land to ranch for yourself or land to develop for living or recreation; history of leasing for cattle grazing shows long term income producing! Where can you fly into your home to a hill top area and be home in minutes after a beautiful day of flying or simply just coming home to the views and gem of this property or development of this community of homesites and shared use of aviation!
Hot Springs is located in the Southern Black Hills . Six major thermal springs which emerge from the ground within the town of Hot Springs converge in a single canyon. The biggest spring of them all, and one of the warmest at 87 degrees, flows up through the gravel bottom of Evans Plunge. It totally re-charges the water in the huge indoor water park seven times a day, then overflows into Fall River. Located only 30 miles from Custer State Park, 45 miles to Mount Rushmore, and 60 miles from Rapid City.
There are deer, elk, turkey, grouse, mountain lions, American and Golden Eagles, and all the other wildlife on the property.
The property has springs, well, and several spring fed ponds.