We’ve taken you on a journey throughout the Bay Area showing you the crazy real estate market.
But, what if we told you somewhere in the Golden State you could buy an entire ghost town for just under $1 million?
You heard it right.
You could be the proud owner of a ghost town in the Owens Valley near Lone Pine, California, which is about 300 miles north of San Diego.
And it’ll only cost you $925,000.
So, in comparison to the Bay Area — it looks to be a pretty sweet deal!
The whole town spans around 24,000 square feet.
“The site has been extremely well protected from diggers, artifact looters, and Mother Nature herself,” the listing says.
Features include valley views, horse property, a storage shed, and out buildings.
During its prime in the Civil War era, the settlement flourished and was filled with silver miners with ties to Los Angeles.
“The site is historic as the first major mining camp south of the Sierra Nevada,” according to the listing.
You will get electricity at Cerro Gordo, but water has to be delivered.
Cerro Gordo has been privately owned by the same family for years and only recently hit the market.
The town is currently open to the public for tours.
To learn more, click here.
You can also check out a video of the property below:
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- WOMAN KILLED IN CRASH AFTER TREE FALLS ON DANVILLE FREEWAY
- MEXICAN DRUG CARTEL LEADER ‘LA BARBIE’ GETS NEARLY 50 YEARS
- TEENAGER WARNS OTHERS AFTER BABY BROTHER DIES IN HOT CAR
- MAN SUES CVS FOR TELLING HIS WIFE ABOUT VIAGRA PRESCRIPTION