Montgomery Riverfront : a riverfront home is asking $6 million Buy

Montgomery Riverfront

Montgomery Riverfront : riverfront home is asking $6 million Buy

  • In a golf community in South Dakota, a riverfront home is asking $6 million.

Montgomery Riverfront

Montgomery Riverfront
Montgomery Riverfront
  • Asking $6 million, this riverfront South Dakota home features a golf simulator and cigar room, making it one of the most expensive listings in the state.
  • Listing agent Jacob Benedict of Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices¬† Midwest Realty states that the approximately 9,000-square-foot home is situated in the Dakota Dunes community, approximately 7 miles away from Sioux City, Iowa.
  • Michael Persaud, a retired gastroenterologist, and his wife Shannon, a Briar Cliff University nursing student instructor, are the sellers.

Montgomery Riverfront

Montgomery Riverfront
Montgomery Riverfront


  1. The longtime residents of South Dakota paid approximately $200,000 for the 1.5-acre plot beside the Missouri River in 2007 and invested roughly $5.5 million in building the four-bedroom home.
  2. According to Shannon Persaud, the couple built the home with floor to ceiling windows and glass doors to maximize the unhindered views of the river.
  3. More: A $55 million price reduction was recently made to the most expensive house in the United States.

Montgomery Riverfront

Montgomery Riverfront


  • The Persauds claimed to be avid golfers; the 2,000 acres that make up Dakota Dunes feature an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course.
  • The Persauds’ house includes a wine room, a fitness studio with a sauna and hot tub, and a golf simulator.
  • According to them, Michael Persaud likes to use the ventilated cigar room when he is with friends.
  • The elevator and dumbwaiter in the two-story house run from the garage to the kitchen.
  • Shannon Persaud stated, “You just unload and send them straight up to the kitchen if you have groceries.

Montgomery Riverfront

  1. ” Michael Persaud claims that there is also plumbing for an outdoor infinity-edge pool, but they have never installed one.
  2. The couple claimed that features like large outdoor decking and high ceilings and doors were inspiration for some of the design elements in their second Florida home.
  3. During the Missouri River flooding in 2011, the decking proved to be useful.
  4. Because the Persauds’ house is built higher than the other houses in the neighborhood, they claimed, first responders and the Army Corps of Engineers used their roof and decks for several months to monitor the river’s water level.
  5. On the Persauds’ land, they also placed sandbags to block the river.
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