For sale: 6 spacious homes in the Dakotas
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Fargo, North Dakota. The 1883 Charles Roberts House, in the historic South Eighth Street district, has more than 20 rooms, including nine bedrooms. Designed by Charles' wife, Matilda Roberts, the Gothic Revival mansion has been completely restored, retaining original wood floors, trim, and molding throughout.
On the grounds are a six-car garage, an enclosed side porch, a front porch, and the garden where Matilda held her lawn parties. $895,000. David Noah, RE/MAX Legacy Realty, (701) 306-4888.
Hermosa, South Dakota. This four-bedroom post-and-beam ranch house sits on 71 wooded acres in Box Canyon. Built in 2001, the 7,985-square-foot home includes a great room with 25-foot ceilings, cherry and inlaid-walnut floors, a fieldstone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows framing trees and hills.
The property features lawns, fields, gardens, a pool, and a landscaped patio. $2,150,000. Faith Lewis, Keller Williams Realty/Black Hills– Spearfish, (605) 863-0725.
Bismarck, North Dakota. Just outside Bismarck, this four-bedroom farmhouse comes with 40 acres zoned for livestock. The 2013 open-concept home features scraped exposed beams, wood floors, artistic ironwork, and a heated walkout basement with bedroom potential.
The property includes a sauna, a covered porch and deck, an insulated barn with electricity and water, a barn with stalls and a hay system, and areas landscaped for riding and hockey. $775,000. Karen Fleck and Darren Schmidt, Oaktree Realtors, (701) 400-7066.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Built in 1998, this four-bedroom home is part of a contemporary gated community. The upper levels feature high ceilings, a loft area over the living room, a wall of windows, and a 1,000-square-foot cedar deck with tree and hill views.
The lower level has a movie theater with 14 red velvet seats, and the garage fits six cars. $1,290,000, Amy Stockberger, Hegg Realtors, (605) 376-6780.
Grand Forks, North Dakota. This seven-bedroom 2013 Craftsman home lies off a cul-de-sac. The open-plan house has wide-plank oak South Dakota 6 floors, 24-foot ceilings in the living room and foyer, and a kitchen with a Cambria quartz island, stainless Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, gas-fire hearth, and walk-in pantry.
Outside are lawns and a patio with ceiling heaters. $1,299,900. Christin McDonald, Coldwell Banker Forks Real Estate, (701) 739-2026.
Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Constructed in 1930, this four-bedroom painted-brick house sits on a corner lot shaded by mature trees. Historic details include original wood flooring and two decorative windows with diamond trim. The kitchen has an eat-in peninsula and leads to a formal dining room.
The lot includes two patios, lawns and gardens, and a separate garage. $159,500. Amy Lensing, Hegg Realtors, (605) 940-9793.