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Please feel free to browse through this site to explore the Rapid City, Pennington County, Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore, Ellsworth Air Force Base, and Keystone real estate. Whether you are a first time buyer or an experienced investor, you will find useful information about how to choose the "right" property, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed real estate decision in today´s market.
Rapid City is called the City of Presidents. Rapid City has a sculpture of every United States president on its street corners. Four famous presidents, Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Jefferson, are on the face of Mt. Rushmore which is only 24 miles from Rapid City. Rapid City is the gateway to the Black Hills National Forest.
The population of Rapid City is approximately 70,000. The elevation is 3,200 feet. Rapid City has 111 sunny days per year compared to Honolulu which has 90 and Miami which has 74.
Rapid City has 32 municipal parks and a beautiful 8 mile pathway through the city for biking, walking and running safely away from traffic. Rapid City has 46 tennis courts in 8 different locations, 10 racquetball courts in 3 locations, 16 horseshoe courts, 6 sand volleyball courts, 3 skate board parks, and 15 basketball courts in 10 locations. Parks, soccer fields, baseball and softball fields are too numerous to count. Rapid City now has 3 ice rinks, one for professional hockey.
There are currently non stop flights to 8 cities from the beautiful Rapid City Municipal Airport. Fast connections to Denver, Minneapolis, and Salt Lake City.
Rapid City has several free family attractions: Storybook Island, The School of Mines Geology Museum, Chapel in the Hills, Dinosaur Park, and the Trout Hatchery. The Black Hills has commercial attractions which include the 1880 train, Reptile Gardens, Bear Country, Mammoth Site, Rushmore Cave, Jewel Cave, Wind Cave, music shows and trail rides. Harney Peak, the highest peak east of the Rockies, is a beautiful, slightly strenuous hike and a great photo opportunity.
The Mickelson Trail, an abandoned railroad, runs 100 miles from the northern Hills to the southern Hills and is home to the Deadwood marathon. Rapid City and the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota are truly a great place to live and raise a family. The scenery is beautiful, recreational activities abound and there are many concerts and shows which come to our huge Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
John, Kathy and Bobby Sundby have more than 100 years combined real estate experience, all with the same company, Rossum and Neal Realtors, 2111 Jackson Blvd, Rapid City, SD 57702.
John, Kathy, and Bobby Sundby provide the best possible service to Buyers and Sellers. If you currently own property and are thinking of placing it on the market, this site contains information about preparing your home for sale, pricing your home to sell with a timely market evaluation, marketing it effectively, and going through the inspection process. We have the education, experience and integrity to help you. Please read about us by clicking on the resume button. Also please read our testimonials. We want to help you buy or sell your home.
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