Attention Holiday Shoppers: Ghost Town On Sale in South Dakota for Just $250,000

An entire South Dakota ghost town is on sale for the low, low price of $250,000.

The asking price for Swett, in the grassy expanses in the southwest of the Mount Rushmore State, was recently slashed after it sat on the market since 2014 with a price tag of $399,000.

Now, for less than the price of many houses, all of Swett can be yours.

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The six-acre prairie town comes with a tavern, three-bedroom house and a former tire shop. The closest big town is Rapid City, about a 100 miles to the northwest.

In a listing she posted to Facebook, realtor Stacie Montgomery also described a tavern on the sprawling property that has "many updates, including; a new horseshoe shaped bar, coolers, grill, insulation, and a camera system. The tavern has an extra party room and a stage area."

The town's most recent residents were owner Lance Benson, his wife and dog, NBC News reports. Benson purchased the town for a second time in 2012 after losing it in a divorce. He has since lost it to the bank, according to reports.

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While she's held the listing since June 2014, Montgomery said there have been multiple offers and inquiries on Swett.

Interested parties have even included a Russian movie production company that wanted to film there as well as several written offers that fell through.

Swett reached its peak population of 40 in the 1940s.

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