Built in 2012--. This nearly new hand-hewn log home is made from massive logs and is a work of art. Rustic logs, covered porch and wraparound deck give you a feeling that you are a part of nature.
The interior has warm pine and log walls, stone fireplace and accents combined with all the modern conveniences to make a relaxing stay.
It is set on 11 private wooded acres on a hillside above Beaver Creek which meanders through a lush meadow below. The creek is on the property and attracts wildlife year round. National Forest is just steps away, Herds of buffalo and elk are can be seen just 1 mile down the road in Wind Cave park or 6 miles away in Custer State Park.
This cabin is located 1.5 miles east of HWY 87 (Needles Highway) that runs north and south through Custer State Park and Wind Cave National Park and is just west of the border between the two parks.
The home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths.
The main level has a full kitchen, dining area and living room with high log beamed ceilings, view windows, cozy stone fireplace and patio doors to a wrap around deck. Master bedroom and bath are on the main level with patio doors to a private deck.
The second floor has loft area overlooking living room, 2 bedrooms and a full bath. Each bedroom has patio doors to it's own private balcony.
The walk-out basement has a large family room with wet bar and patio doors to a covered patio, 1 bedroom and a full bath.
I've lived in the Custer area for 10 years and am a South Dakota native. After living out of state for 18 years, I returned to South Dakota for a more peaceful life.
I vacationed in the Custer area as a child, and returned to it because I've found the Custer area to be the perfect blend of rustic country living, beautiful scenery and friendly people. The town of Custer has all the shopping, restaurants and entertainment that anyone could possibly need without the frenzy of fast food, Walmarts and traffic that frazzle city folks lives.