WESTERN fans can buy their very own cowboy-themed town, complete with horse-riding grounds, a saloon and a motel.
The entire town will set you back $1.25m (£712,000) – the same as the average cost of a house in London.
You can buy an entire Western town for £910k[/caption]
Located in Alberta in Canada, Em-Te Town, just southwest of Edmonton, is now up for sale.
Along with the horseback riding facility, there is also a wedding venue, campground, banquet hall and cabins.
While not functioning, an authentically themed barber, bank and sheriffs office, as well as a “lost women” hotel is on-site for photo opportunities.
The saloon bar is an authentic replica of an old west watering hole, with a wooden bar and large dining area.
Guests can ride horses along many of the trails or have a go on the rodeo grounds.
The name comes from a Louis L’Amor western novel with some of the properties on-site inspired by the books.
The entire town looks like something out of a Western film[/caption]
Guests can make the most of the horse-riding facilities and shows[/caption]
Spend the evening in the saloon-style bar too[/caption]
Guests can expect a large range of spirits, but no duels[/caption]
Anyone lucky enough to buy it can open it to the public, offering weddings, package stays or events.
Sadly you can’t currently visit, with Canada banning flights from the UK, but is one to add to the bucket list when it reopens.
Closer to home, a Western them park in Spain which was used to film Doctor Who and Indiana Jones is normally open to the public.
While it has currently been forced to close its doors due to coronavirus, the attraction welcomes visitors all year round.
Oasys, formerly known as Mini Hollywood, was built in 1965 for the famous Clint Eastwood Western blockbuster For A Few Dollars More and is located just two hours from Malaga in the south of Spain.
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Located in Almeria, the area has since been the filming location for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, Doctor Who, and the new Netflix series White Lines.
Other bargains travellers can grab are €1 houses in Italy, with a number of towns offering the cheap deal last year.
We found out everything you need to know about buying one of them from extra fees to renovation laws.