Tabletop Farmland, Rapid City, SD
1,098 Deeded Acres + 97 Lease Acres | $1,375,000
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: An attractive piece of concentrated farmland with exceptionally productive soils, level topography, good access and convenient location. This along with the benefit of a lease of an additional 97 acres make this an affordable and practical farmland investment.
SIZE: The property consists of 1098.40 acres of highly productive deeded crop land plus an additional 97+/- acres Platted Leased acreage owned by Canadian Pacific Rail Co. The annual cost on the lease is $27/acre.
ACCESS: Access to the property is provided via Lower Spring Creek Rd., which adjoins the property for 3.5 miles, approximately 6 miles off SD Hwy 44 approximately 30 miles east of Rapid City, SD.
TOPOGRAPHY: The property consists of tabletop farmland on the bluff above the Cheyenne River. The soils are comprised of Santana Loam, Santana-Beckton, Nunn-Beckton and Nunn Loam, mostly Class III soils with productivity ratings from mostly 61 to 86.
- Land is 1098 acres
Predominately high indexing Class III soils.
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