South Dakota

Barn Builders

South Dakota has all the beauty of the West: with the Black Hills on one side, the Badlands on the other, and the sweep of the Great Plains in between, this state changes as you travel. The weather changes, too, with spring blizzards bursting out of nowhere to dump record snows or stretches of drought that parch livestock. Because the weather can be harsh, South Dakota barns need to be well-built and carefully designed.

DC Builders can take your dreams for your barn or barn home and make them reality; a reality that you will continue to be satisfied with. We can work with you from the designing to the final details, whether you want a safe, comfortable home for your livestock or a safe, comfortable home for your family. We can make it beautiful, too — matching the splendor of the natural beauty South Dakota is famous for.

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This barn home in Burlington, North Carolina is a great addition to the client's property.

Burlington, North Carolina

This barn with living quarters holds four stalls and a tack room. Unlike most apartment barns, the living space stays on the ground level.

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Raleigh, North Carolina

This horse barn features custom European stall fronts, two custom breezeway doors and a timeless look!

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This stunning barn home in Newnan, Georgia was custom designed and built by DC Builders.

Newnan, Georgia

This Southern barn home boasts a stunning open concept kitchen and living space. You would never know horses live downstairs!

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About South Dakota

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People have lived in South Dakota for several thousand years. It was part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 but it took the railroad and the discovery of gold in 1874 to bring settlers in to join the native population and there are seven large Indian Reservations in the state. Today, agriculture is the main industry along with tourism.

The Black Hills are considered one of the best recreational areas in the northern plains. The most famous attraction is Mount Rushmore, the huge sculpture of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and T. Roosevelt. Another gigantic sculpture in progress that many visit is the Crazy Horse National Monument. Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Custer State Park, and historic gold mining towns are all popular. One of the largest tourist events is the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally with an attendance that boggles the mind. The Badlands National Park at the other side of the state is a wonderland of rock and mineral formations under the deep blue sky.

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