The epitome of mid-century modern architecture in a location that is almost impossible to beat. You will love this home from the day you move in, and you will probably never consider leaving it again. This classic architecture has been preserved in all its glory. It had to be one of the finest homes in town when it was built in 1963. The open beams and tongue and groove ceiling spread throughout the home and out to the covered patios and even into the garage. Back in the day, there were even pine trees growing through the roofs in the patios. The four-to-six-foot overhangs provide shade and protection from the elements. The large open rooms were way ahead of their time. The enclosed pool table room used to be a three-sided patio but is now enclosed. But the best part of all is the setting. The pine covered lot is home to turkeys, deer, fox and even a raccoon or two. The view expands though west Rapid City and even down to the gap. Daytime views and nighttime lights.
106 South Chicago
Hot Springs, SD 57747