Listed by Jolynn Clark of Clark Realty & Associates 605-390-6962, This 4bd, 1.5ba, log cabin borders National Forest and won first-place for architecture at the Chicago World's Fair in 1930. Norwegian master log-builder, Berg Berglund built it with help from Civilian Conservation Corp laborers. The centerpiece of the home is a native stone fireplace 7.5 feet wide by 25 feet tall, the work of Monte Nystrom, who also built the fireplaces at nearby Custer State Park resorts. The location is geographically and historically significant. On one edge, it is bounded by thousands of acres of roadless Forest Service lands that encompass Calamity Jane Peak, the southern tip of the granite spires of the Needles Range, a top-rated technical climbing area. The headwaters of the Mississippi River spring up here.