You could own an entire village in New Zealand, if you can cobble together $1.8 million from the change lost under your couch cushions.
Looking to purchase something a bit larger than a house? How about an entire village?
The Lake Waitaki Village in New Zealand is up for sale, according to a listing from New Zealand-based real estate agent Kelli Milmine.
Located in the Waitaki Valley, the historic community is near a popular tourist trail and situated on a picturesque lake.
The starting price? A cool $2.8 million NZD (or about $1.8 million USD).
The 1930s complex is comprised of a 585 square-meter (6296.89 square-foot) refurbished main lodge, eight three-bedroom houses, a 190 square-meter cafe/bar and full commercial kitchen. Plenty of vehicles can also be parked in the nine-bay garage.
In addition to the living areas, there is also 14 hectares (or about 34.6 acres) of lakeside land.
Only one problem – if you’re not a resident of New Zealand, purchasing the property may be a no-go.
Last year, the country passed a law that bans foreigners from buying into most of the residential property market.
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