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Are you interested in investing one of the greatest deals you'll ever come across?

Do you know someone who just happens to be starting school at the University of South Dakota?

Has there been a need in your life, recently, to find a safer, quieter, community to raise your children?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I have just the thing for you.

My house.
Built in 1954, this beauty sits on a half-acre fenced lot.

She has just over 3,000 square feet of living space with three family rooms, 4 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths and an office. All just waiting for the sounds of laughing children.

Not enough for you?

Well, Prairie Ranch (as I lovingly just decided to call it) sits across the street from both the park and the city swimming pool. 

It is also within close walking distance to the high school, elementary school, university, and hospital.

Did I mention the hardwood floors?

The piano?

The fire place and the wood burning stove?

What about the massive amounts of storage?

The swing in the backyard?

How about the raspberries, blackberries, pears, walnuts, mulberries, strawberries, grapes and rhubarb?

They are all included.

And it can all be yours for a mere... $154,000.

That's right! You thought I was going to say something typical like, $300,000 but that's not how it works here in South Dakota. We're still reasonable around here.

Safe and reasonable. That's what you can expect out of this fantastic area of the United States.

So, if you don't have the need for a new house, perhaps you know someone who does?

Feel free to copy and paste this post to your blog (with a link to me).

Email Cannwin or her real estate agent for more information.


Meaghan said…
"We're still reasonable around here"

How true :)
Gr8Life said…
I'm not moving but
Your post makes me think I'm really missing out on a killer deal!

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