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An entire town, complete with a manuka honey business, is currently for sale in New Zealand - and some rich foreigners already have their eye on it.
Mellonsfolly Ranch, a small town located in the Central Plateau, between Taumarunui and Ohakune, is an Old West Town that looks straight out of a western movie.
The town, a replica of an 1860s Wyoming frontier town, belongs to Rob Bartley, who owns an aluminium car parts manufacturer with factories in New Zealand and Canada.
Bartley bought the town off a friend in 2012 but says now the time has come to sell off the property, as he deals with some health issues.
"I'm certainly sad to be selling it," he told Bloomberg in the US. "My family doesn't really want to sell it, but we've got so many other business interests. I've got to make some decisions."
It also comes with a manuka honey business.
The town hosts an event every month. "It's as busy as we want it to be," Barley told Bloomberg. "We're quite selective about what we do and who we do it for because it's quite a special place."
The whole town can be rented for $7,900 a night, or $14,900 for two nights.
Bartley says it's a good deal and they should actually "charge more".
The listing is particularly attractive for foreigners when you consider that being priced over $10 million means the buyer can apply for an Investor 1 Residency Visa.
"There are a lot of people right now thinking of getting out of the US," Barley says. "They'd have fun out here."