About Estelline, SD Community Features and Real Estate
Once a primarily rural village, today Estelline is a family-friendly community full of character and rich in history. From the striking gazebo built off Main Street in 1928 to the spirit surrounding Estelline High School, you'll discover that community pride runs deep here. These days, locals and their city representatives continue to make efforts to improve this already cherished small city, making Estelline homes for sale increasingly popular. This is a town that's deeply connected to its pas
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Though the market for Estelline homes for sale isn't huge, it does offer some remarkably affordable properties, usually for under $100,000. Ranging between 800 and more than 2,000 square feet in size, these are primarily Ranch-style homes, these properties are great for retirees looking for a quiet setting to settle down, young families, and first-time homebuyers with a modest budget. Though some of the most striking homes here date back to the beginning of this community, they've all been remarkably well-maintained and it's not unusual to see homes on the market that have been progressively upgraded over the years. Some of the upgrades and renovations you'll find here include:
- Gas fireplaces
- Newer roofs and decks
- Updated fixtures
- Modern siding
Life in Estelline, South Dakota
Its population was just 768 during the 2010 census, but Estelline is a tight-knit city with a big heart. Its quaint Main Street plays the part of a community hub thanks to the historic gazebo, Ward's Shopping Center, and eateries like Buckin' Chute and Main Street Cafe. During the summer, locals look forward to the community pool and visiting nearby Lake Poinsett, which provides great opportunities for camping, hiking, or just relaxing on the beach. And each year in June the city holds its rapidly expanding rodeo days, an NCRA approved event that include bull riding, parades, and the crowning of the Estelline Rodeo Queen.
Estelline is only seven miles west of I-29, and though Estelline homes for sale will enable you to enjoy the serenity of a perfect country setting, less than 30 minutes south you'll find Brookings, South Dakota's fourth largest city and home to South Dakota State. Brookings is a lively town with tons to see and do, including great restaurants like Pheasant Lounge and Craft Italian American Fusion. Great attractions like The Children's Museum of South Dakota and McCrory Gardens make it great for an outing with the kids, while bars and watering holes like Wood Legs, The Wild Hare, and Nine offer plenty of opportunities for adults to have fun too!
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