Located right in the heart of Deadwood, this 50's historic apartment is just steps away from everything Deadwood has to offer - literally - 116 steps down into Deadwood gulch. Of course you can always drive :) This old home will definitely put a smile on your face! Great views from the windows.
The house is in the Mount Moriah Historic Presidential district of Deadwood. Beautiful views of the court house, post office, and the Deadwood Mountain Grand. Walking distance to all attractions and night life on Main street. This is a 800 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, apartment is fully furnished, full kitchen, wood burning fire place,BBQ grill on patio, off street driveway parking. Also the new Rec & Aquatic center is located down the city stairs.
Important things to know about this property:
- The property is located in a very quiet neighborhood. No parties permitted. This is not a party house.
- The house is located on a dead end street. If you are pulling a trailer, please note in your initial inquiry. Parking is not a problem, but it may be difficult to turn around at the end of the street.
- WiFi, HDTV cable in living room, cable TV in two bedrooms provided.
- Deadwood Aquatic Center located down the stairs from the house. Pool, gym, basketball court, etc. $2.00 per day individual. $7.00 per day family.
- Everything you need is within walking distance.
- If you have not been to Deadwood before: because of the elevation, even summer nights can be chilly.
* Private full kitchen w/dishes, coffee pot, microwave, stove ,refrigerator, dishwasher
*Wood burning fireplace.
*Wi Fi- cable
*BBQ grill on patio.
*Off street private parking.
*"Walking distance to Deadwood downtown Main Street Casinos and Attractions.
Disponible para huéspedes
Your private entrance, easy check in.Relax on the patio where you will see deer on property. access to laundry. One off street parking spot.
A stones throw away to the city Rec & Aquatics center with pool and gym. Walking distance to all Deadwood attractions. casinos, restaurants , museums and night life.
Atención a los huéspedes
I occupy one of the units located next door.
Otros aspectos destacables
The discovery of gold in the Black Hills in 1874 set off one of the last great gold rushes in the country. In 1876, miners moved into the northern Black Hills. That’s where they came across a gulch full of dead trees and a creek full of gold…and Deadwood was born.
Practically overnight, the tiny gold camp boomed into a town that played by its own rules that attracted outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers along with the gold seekers. Wild Bill Hickok was one of those men who came looking for fortune. But just a few short weeks after arriving, he was gunned down while holding a poker hand of aces and eights – forever after known as the Dead Man’s Hand.
Calamity Jane also made a name for herself in these parts and is buried next to Hickok in Mount Moriah Cemetery. Other legends, like Potato Creek Johnny, Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen, created their legends and legacies in this tiny Black Hills town.
Deadwood has survived three major fires and numerous economic hardships, pushing it to the verge of becoming another Old West ghost town. But in 1989 limited-wage gambling was legalized and Deadwood was reborn.
Smoking out side please.