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28291 444th Ave Marion, SD 57043
Baths: 1 | 1
Sq. Ft.: 1,692
Type: Single Family Home
Listing # 21800160
Looking for privacy away from the busy city life? Still need to be within 45 minutes of the shopping malls and hospitals? Look no further than this beautiful 9.5 acre property. Just off the beaten path and a little west, it doesn't get more secluded than this. Barely visible from the road, surrounded by grove, drive up into this gem! Featuring a turn of the century farmhouse that's had some updates, your new home awaits you. Just off the second floor master bedroom is your own covered porch. Original woodwork surrounds you in the living room, and the floors have been kept up. There is are a couple of outbuildings including the garage, a storage shed, ad a work shed. Did I mention the lean-to that has housed horses and donkeys? That's right; south from the house over Turkey Creek is your very own pasture land!
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