A town in South Dakota is for sale?

Eric Ginnard Rapid City Journal | AP The town of Swett, South Dakota, is once again for sale, and this time at a reduced price of $250,000. Swett is home to about 6 acres of land, an empty house reputed to be haunted and a closed bar

Eric Ginnard Rapid City Journal | AP
The town of Swett, South Dakota, is once again for sale, and this time at a reduced price of $250,000. Swett is home to about 6 acres of land, an empty house reputed to be haunted and a closed bar.

A small South Dakota town is up for sale, and going for a cheap price, reports the Rapid City Journal.

The “ghost town” of Swett was originally listed for $399,000 about 16 months ago. It’s currently listed at $250,000, according to real estate agent Stacie Montgomery.

Montgomery told the Journal that she has heard from many interested prospective buyers.

“Some of the types of individuals who have been interested in the past included people who wanted to be their own mayor, people who wanted to live off-grid, several production companies thinking about reality shows, hunters who wanted to create a hunting lodge, or somebody who wants to own a bar,” she told the paper.

The unincorporated hamlet includes a gas station, museum, a bar and a store, per the report.

Read the full coverage at the Rapid City Journal.

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