2003 & 2007 Junction Avenue, Sturgis, South Dakota
$600,000 | 5 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 ¾ bath ) BATHROOMS | 3324 SQUARE FEET
2003 Junction Ave is the Historic home of Pearl and Pappy Hoel, the founders of The Sturgis Rally. The entire home has been remodeled into a comfortable, contemporary format. Consideration was also given to the size and utility of the premises which lends itself well to a potential B&B with separate outside entrance to the lower guest rooms. The spacious home of over 3,000 sq. ft. works in tandem with the adjacent Historic motorcycle shop and features five bedrooms, 2 3/4 baths, office, new appliances and hot tub. A private compound between the properties allows for an abundance of exterior space and parking. This property features a spectacular wood carving of The Rally founders Pappy and Pearl Hoel standing thirty feet high and greeting everyone to the City of Riders, an attached 3 car, 600 sq. ft. garage rounds out the features of this most special residence. 2007 Junction Ave is a fully functional and operating motorcycle shop. As the genesis of The Sturgis Rally, this 4000 sq ft. facility has three working bay's, a showroom and a lounge giving ample opportunity for engaging in both the business and social side of this Historic facility. Completely remodeled with new electric, insulation, heat and infrastructure. The building commands very high exposure on Junction Ave, the busiest street in The City of Sturgis. In addition to on street parking (Park St. & McNenny) the shop hosts a gated parking lot for six to eight vehicles with an additional three parking stalls on the buildings North side.
- Property Type: commercial
- Lot Size: 0.36 acres
- Property Subtype: Bed & Breakfast
- Year Built: 1927