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News Story Source: Realtor.com
"There's a bunch of things you can do with it," says Justin Godsey, the listing agent for an Arizona ghost town that he's representing. "It's open to a lot of possibilities."
Listed for $1.25 million, the mostly defunct 40-acre town of Cleator, AZ, includes a functioning bar, general store, and 20 other structures—namely, the town's original homes.
The current tenants are renting on a month-to-month lease, and as the listing details put it, "The population is low, but it's a friendly bunch."
Another potential income opportunity? The purchase also includes mining rights for the large expanse of desert acreage.
"The federal rights do transfer with the sale of the property, along with the possibility of renaming the town," says Godsey.
Established in 1864 as a gold-mining town, it was called Turkey Creek, but its post office closed in 1954.
"The population dwindled, and that's when it became&mdash
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