Welcome to Keystone, South Dakota
The historical backdrop for Keystone SD real estate is rich and colorful. Walking the streets of old Keystone, a Keystone home buyer will step back in time and may feel the lure of the gold fever that first drew miners to the Black Hills area in 1876. The old train depot once resounded with the clatter of wheels on the tracks and the hotel bustled with men and women moved by a compelling dream of quick riches. Seeing the incomparable landscape makes it easy to imagine the thrill and anticipation felt by the early settlers of the region. Looking at Keystone real estate is the first step in becoming a part of this quaint community with deep roots in the rich history that made America great. With it's ideal location 15 miles southwest of Rapid City, Keystone enjoys the benefits of a small community along with quick access to the amenities of a larger city.
Bruce Curington is an expert in bringing together a Keystone home buyer and Keystone homes for sale that will meet the needs and desires of anyone seeking to relocate. A large family that loves to entertain will find their ideal home situated to take advantage of the stunning views of the Black Hills. Inside, the spacious square footage includes five bedrooms and a luxurious made-to-order master suite. Keystone homes for sale can also meet the needs of buyers ready to downsize. A gorgeous townhouse built with quality and all the upgraded extras including hickory cabinets and custom tile may be the perfect home for empty-nesters. Keystone mixes small town charm with big city amenities while having a wealth of real estate options.
Best-known for Mount Rushmore, the incomparable historical landmark right outside of town, Keystone attracts visitors from all over the world. This monument is right down the road from the Keystone homes that are available for sale. Other popular attractions include the Big Thunder Gold Mine where visitors can tour an original underground gold mine and even try to find a little color during their own gold-panning experience. A trip to the nearby Crazy Horse Memorial will bring home the experience of the Native American heritage of the nation. The Black Hills Central Railroad offers a ride on vintage rail cars for an up-close view of the beautiful countryside enjoyed by Keystone real estate property owners. Residents of Keystone SD homes have active lives. Opportunities for the equestrians in the family are numerous on the scenic trails in the area. For a get-to-know-your-neighbor experience, the annual Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner entices many residents. Don't miss out on the charming gift and specialty shops that cater to locals and visitors alike.
Bruce Curington has the experience to find the perfect home that meets all of your needs. Begin your home buying adventure by contacting Bruce today!