Just 30 minutes from Sturgis, this home sits on the south side of Rapid City, in the development called Enchanted Hills.
Rented for the Rally every year for over 15 years, people love to come back to this spacious and comfortable home. Located in the central Black Hills, this home sits in a quiet and safe neighborhood, between highway 16 and highway 79, routes that lead to the best rides in the hills, and is only minutes from Interstate 90.
This is a ranch style home with a walk-out on the lower level to a hot tub on the back patio. There is an exercise room on the lower level with a treadmill and an elliptical machine. The game room on the lower level has a ping pong table, big screen TV and a wet bar with refrigerator. The kitchen area upstairs has a walk-out door leading to a large deck with comfortable furniture, a fire table and a big screen TV.
There are 5 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms up and 2 bedrooms down. There is a king size bed in the master and queen size beds in the other 4 bedrooms. The master bathroom has double sinks and a walk-in tiled shower. There is a full bath up and another full bath down, with a half bath off the mud room leading to the garage.
The 3 stall garage has over 900 sq ft and has a big screen TV, refrigerator, freezer and plenty of space to spread out and visit and to wash bikes after a nice days ride in the hills. This home will rent quick for $6000 / week. Contact Scott at (605) 381-5363 for more information.
5 bedroom home - up to 10 people, 3 ½ baths, 3 stall garage, Big screen tv’s, Exercise room, Ping pong table, Hot tub, Fireplace, Fire table on deck, Paved roads, Central A/C, Gas Fireplace, No Smoking, No Pets, Alcohol – Yes
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The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the largest motorcycle rally in the world. It is held annually in The Black Hills and in Sturgis, South Dakota for 10 days during the first week of August. It was started by local Indian dealer Pappy Hoel in 1938. Since its beginning, private area businesses throwing events such as races, concerts, and rides have made, and continue to make, the Sturgis Rally what it is today. 2024 will mark the 84th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.