Who needs a home when you can have an entire town? The latest listing in the Silver State is a bargain.
According to the , the border town of Cal Nev Ari, population 350, is now for sale for a mere $8 million dollars. Located 70 miles south of Vegas off U.S. Highway 95, the 500-acre town was founded by Nancy Kidwell and her late husband Slim in 1965. The couple wanted to build a town for pilots like themselves, with a fly-in casino, a central airstrip and backyard hangars. When they acquired 640 acres from the federal government, they a sign: "Cal-Nev-Ari, Population: 4. Watch Us Grow."
Fifty-one years later, Kidwell, now 78 and the town's primary owner and sole employer, is ready to pass the town to a new owner. She initially in 2010 for $17 million, but after receiving little interest, she dropped the price and is now throwing in the town's casino, diner, convenience store, 10-room motel, RV park and mile-long airstrip.
While Cal Nev Ari, named for its proximity to the California and Arizona borders, doesn't have any paved roads, the value of the property lies in the land. According to the AP, prospective buyers are considering the land for a motorsports park, a dude ranch, a retirement community or a renewable energy project.
Not for sale are the town's residents, privately owned homes, the community center and volunteer fire station. Check out the listing . Or, if the desert isn't for you, this Umbrian castle also comes with its own village.