Lot 18 Cimarron Drive

Lot 18 Cimarron Drive Box Elder, SD 57719

Lot 18 Cimarron Drive, Box Elder, SD, 57719
Lot 18 Cimarron Drive, Box Elder, SD, 57719
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Jan 07, 2021


  • * Fast growing area
  • * Highway service designation allows for a wide range of permitted uses.
  • * 50 Acre lot to the North was recently sold. Additional acreage is still available.


Incredible Interstate 90 and Liberty Boulevard exposure on this +-56 acre lot in Box Elder, SD! With easy access to the Douglas School District, Ellsworth Air Force Base, Box Elder, and Rapid City, this could be an ideal time for you to consider purchasing a valuable lot that you could then purpose to your use or subdivide for multiple uses and lots. The parcel will be legally described from the larger parcel that it currently sets within - you can inquire about purchasing more acreage. City water and sewer lines are in place. MDU natural gas and 3-phase West River Electric power at Liberty Boulevard. Listed by Randy Olivier, RE/MAX Advantage, 605-430-6246.
Lot is in a fenced pasture. Showing would be by appointment only. Email inquiries or offers to randyolivier@remax.net.

Corner Lot, Prairie, Interior Lot
From Interstate 90, take Exit 67B.Travel North past Love's Truck Stop. Just past Reagan Ave on the Left is a curb cut - future Cimarron Dr.Interior lot
Liberty Blvd is the main road to Ellsworth AFB, the city of Box Elder, and Douglas School District.
Fast growing area.

Lot Size: 56.0 acres

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