You Can Buy An Entire Historic Village In Canada For Only $2.8 Million (Photos)
You've probably seen it in a bunch of movies!
Lately we've all been super intrigued by the interesting homes for sale across Canada. It turns out this is the prime time for giant mansions and expensive listings to be on the housing market, so if you were looking for your next big investment now might be the best time.
TL;DR A village in Quebec that looks strikingly similar to the hit TV show "West World" and has been used for over a hundred film productions is on the market for only $2.8 million.
If you happen to be in the market for something even more extravagant than a boring old mansion, you might just be in luck. Giant houses are a thing of the past anyway, right?
Instead, turn your attention to this entire village you can buy in Canada. Even better, it's way cheaper than most regular-sized homes in cities like Toronto and Vancouver!
The village is located in Rawdon, Quebec. You have to agree the current design is pretty similar to that of the fictional West World. This real town is decorated with saloons, a windmill, a prison, horse-drawn carriages and so much more.
Old dirt roads and pioneer-like houses will make you feel like you've travelled way back in time – or travelled forward and have taken your own private trip to the elusive West World theme park.
The seemingly-19th century village was once a set for cinematic productions, which would explain all of the historical props and buildings. At over 6 million square feet (138 acres) of land surrounded by mountains, valleys, forests and streams you'd expect this place to have an insane price tag.
To everyone's surprise, you can call this entire village home for only $2.8 million! There's no explanation as to why the price is so low, maybe due to the village being in the middle of nowhere, or because of the old-fashion structures.
Either way, who wouldn't want their very own West World?! You could even turn this place into a museum! After being in over 110 movie productions, there's no doubt it will definitely bring in crowds.
To find out more information on this "West World" village click HERE.