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If You Could, Would You Buy a Town?

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How would you like to own a town?  Yep, a whole town.  There is a town for sale Pray, Montana.

Owner Barbara Walker is putting her town up for auction.  The five-acre town includes a closed historic store and a post office.  She had been asking $1.4 million for her town, but she couldn’t find a buyer.  So now she’s putting Pray on the auction block June 27th.  She says she’ll accept a bid considerably under her original asking price.  In Apirl, the town of Buford, Wyoming, sold for $900,000.  It’s possible– you could own a town!

So here’s the question…Would you buy a town?  And here at the Shore, what town would you like to own?  (Personally, I’d love to own Ortley Beach or Lavalette.)

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