SOLD - Ranch Land For Sale - Fall River County Hot Springs, South Dakota

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Philip J Rosfeld , Broker/Owner * Western View Real Estate * Licensed Nebraska & South Dakota

philip@westernviewrealestate.com
Office Phone: (308) 432-6828
Mobile Phone: (308) 430-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)

Terms
Cash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

Location
The Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.

Size
3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.

Water
This property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.
Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.

Topography
Topography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.

Improvements
The entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.

Production
This well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.

Property Rights
All oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.

Summary
This property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.

Income Potential
250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5%

Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate

For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South Dakota

Philip Rosfeld, Broker
Western View Real Estate
(308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Philip J Rosfeld , Broker/Owner * Western View Real Estate * Licensed Nebraska & South Dakota

philip@westernviewrealestate.com
Office Phone: (308) 432-6828
Mobile Phone: (308) 430-5151
Western View Real Estate

Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)

Terms
Cash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

Location
The Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.

Size
3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.

Water
This property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.
Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.

Topography
Topography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.

Improvements
The entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.

Production
This well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.

Property Rights
All oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.

Summary
This property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.

Income Potential
250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5%

Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate

For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South Dakota

Philip Rosfeld, Broker
Western View Real Estate
(308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)

Terms
Cash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

Location
The Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.

Size
3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.

Water
This property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.
Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.

Topography
Topography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.

Improvements
The entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.

Production
This well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.

Property Rights
All oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.

Summary
This property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.

Income Potential
250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5%

Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate

For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South Dakota

Philip Rosfeld, Broker
Western View Real Estate
(308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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Hot Springs
State: 
South Dakota

Philip J Rosfeld , Broker/Owner * Western View Real Estate * Licensed Nebraska & South Dakota

philip@westernviewrealestate.com
Office Phone: (308) 432-6828
Mobile Phone: (308) 430-5151
Western View Real Estate

Price $1,385,625 ($375 Av/Acre)TermsCash - Subject to Seller Completing a 1031 Tax Deferred ExchangeLocationThe Fall River County - Ranch Land for Sale is located in South West South Dakota, in Fall River County. This ranch land is located approximately 25 miles south of Hot Springs, SD or 38 miles north of Crawford, NE. The ranch land is on the southern edge of the Black Hills which is a tourist destination with many attractions including Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, Mammoth Site, Evans Plunge, and Deadwood.Size3,695 deeded acres +/-. There is also approximately 80 acres of BLM Permit with a current lease of $10/acre/year.WaterThis property is one of the best watered tracts of ranch land in the area. The well is 1,740 ft. deep with a static water level of 420 ft. Pumping capacity was established at 60 gpm at time of drilling. Water is delivered to the tank sites by a HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) water line. This water line has a long life expectancy. There are minimal joints which are sealed using heat fusion equipment to minimize leaks. The water line was installed in 2005. The entire pipeline has been engineered for the ability to shut part of the line down for maintenance and still supply water to the rest of the line.Water is delivered to to twelve tank sites. Each tank site has two large rubber tire tanks that can be isolated. Each pasture has a water source. There are also several stock dams that have been fenced.TopographyTopography of the ranch land varies from level on the north end to rolling terrain on the south end. The ranch is bisected from the northwest to the southeast by the BNSF rail line, with approximately 840 acres lying on the north side of the tracks, and 2,855 acres on the south side.ImprovementsThe entire property is perimeter fenced with four wire barbed wire. There are several new interior cross fences, also four wire barbed wire. These fences allow for more economical use of the pasture and help to utilize the grazing. There is an older set of corrals and utility buildings. There is no residence on the property.ProductionThis well established ranch with excellent water and cross fencing can be stocked with 200-250 mother cows and calves for up to seven months in an average year however annual precipitation can and will have an effect on the stocking ratio.Property RightsAll oil, gas, mineral, and gravel rights owned by the seller will transfer with the property. The US government also owns oil, gas and mineral rights on the subject property.SummaryThis property has good access. The water system is exceptional for the area and is engineered for many years of maintenance free service. The exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The range features a good mix of native grasses high in protein. There is some crop ground north of the rail tracks that may be utilized for a hay crop.Income Potential250 Cow/Calf Pairs x $35 per Month x 5.5 Months = $48,125/$1,385,625 = 3.5% Co-Listed with Heartland Real Estate For more information about Farm and Ranch Land for Sale in Nebraska or South DakotaPhilip Rosfeld, Broker Western View Real Estate (308) 432-6828 Day or Night (308) 432-5151

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