Pringle SD Real Estate & Homes for Sale

The median home value in Pringle, SD is $215,600. This is lower than the county median home value of $235,900. The national median home value is $185,800. The average price of homes sold in Pringle, SD is $215,600. Approximately 56.15% of Pringle homes are owned, compared to 22.31% rented, while 21.54% are vacant. Pringle real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Pringle real estate agent to arrange a tour today!


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Type:
Single Family
Sq.Ft.:
2,128
Status:
Active
Beds:
4
Lot size:
2.15 Acres
Year built:
1947
Baths:
2 Full/1 Half
MLS#:
63599

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you have ever dreamed of owning a property bordering or close to a National Park, here is your opportunity. Very comfortable, unique home and property bordering the West entrance into Wind Cave National Park on US Highway 385. Home has lots of rockwork. 4 bedrooms with 2 1/2 baths. Two fireplaces, one with a wood burning insert. Fireplace in the lower level has not been used for many years so would need to be checked out prior to using. Beautiful hardwood floors on main level. Kitchen floor and kitchen cupboards were hand painted. Second story floors are painted. Personal custom touches throughout the home. Two car garage plus workshop. At one time, property served as a small service station and store catering to travelers entering and leaving Wind Cave National Park and still has some remnants of that era. Look out your windows and see buffalo and other wildlife grazing nearby. Short commute to Hot Springs or Custer.

Type:
Other
Sq.Ft.:
n/a
Status:
Active
Beds:
n/a
Lot size:
779.98 Acres
Baths:
MLS#:
60441

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Total of 779.98 contiguous acres situated southeast of Pringle, SD. Very private, secluded acreage bordering some US Forest Service lands as well as other private lands. The acreage was burned in the Myrtle Fire that occurred in July 2012 and although the property shows the damaged results of that fire, numerous trees survived and the forests are showing signs of rebirth. There is a timber sale agreement currently underway set to terminate in May 2020 from the Neiman Timber Company. Mix of limestone rock walls, open meadows, treed slopes and great views. Springs. No covenants! Currently has AG classification with Custer County. Property has the reputation of being a prime hunting area, especially for elk and deer. Possible terms.

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