However, if one millennial or a group of millennials played their cards right, they could wind up owning a whole town for a price roughly equivalent to one NYC condo.
The owners of the town of Toomsboro Georgia recently put their property up for sale. The asking price: A cool $1.7 million. Perks include a cotton warehouse and railroad depot, as NBC New York reports.
Toomsboro encompasses over 40 acres of land and 36 parcels of property, according to its page on Craigslist. In addition to houses, the town comes complete with a restaurant, syrup mill, cotton warehouse, bank, historic inn, railroad depot, school house, barbershop and more.