A Colorado Lodge Is for Sale With an Entire Town on the Property
Ever wanted to be a real-life cowboy and own a town? For nearly $5 million you now can.
The property, located in Saguache County, was bought by two brothers in 2005 for $730,033 but since they took it over, they have spent over $10 million making it into a modern Old West town, News Nation reported.
In 2011, the brothers auctioned off the property at a loss and has changed ownership a few times in the last decade but is now back on the market, according to News Nation.
The property is now listed for $4,700,000 and in total features 22 bedrooms, 24 bath and is a sprawling 28,715 square-foot lot, with 13,939,200 square feet of land, according to the listing on BHHS Luxury Listings.
The property includes two original cabins from the historic Hoaglund Stagecoach line and has a saloon/restaurant, general store, chapel as well as a mini-golf range, shooting gallery, and outdoor stage and dance hall, the listing says. There is also a small hotel on the property and areas for RV hookups.
It also has a barn with 13 stalls to keep your animals.
This sounds like a movie set so queue up the sounds of Ennio Morricone and pretend you are in a Sergio Leone western.
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