Entire Wild West Town Hits the Market for £760,000 – Complete with Chapel, Saloon, and Eerie Mannequins

Saddle up and become the sheriff of your very own Wild West town, immersing yourself in the life of a true cowboy.

This exceptional property not only includes a three-bedroom home but also boasts a meticulously recreated 1880s settlement, inspired by Cross Creek village in the 1950s western film, “The Fastest Gun Alive.”

Nestled on 12.5 acres of land, this village encompasses a general store, a theatre, a blacksmith’s shop, a stagecoach booking office, a grain store, a butcher’s shop, a courthouse, and even a jail.

Step into the chapel, where seven residents take their places as mannequins, all set for Sunday service.

For a night of Wild West-style fun, visit the saloon, where the bartender stands ready to pour your favorite drink, or retreat to one of the bedrooms for further entertainment.

Moving to the main house, you’ll find a three-bedroom dwelling offering modern comforts amidst breathtaking natural surroundings.

The well-equipped kitchen features a double fridge, a Technika oven, a spacious pantry, a dining table, and a wood-burning stove.

In the spacious cinema room, you’ll discover luxurious padded velvet seats that recline in front of a large screen, accompanied by a stuffed lion.

This property has all your needs covered, with two dams linked to garden irrigation and a 50,000-liter water storage.

Located in Yandoit, Australia, the residence offers a unique view of Mount Franklin.

Additional amenities include a double garage, carport, and storage shed, providing ample storage space.

Should you ever wish to explore the nearby town of Daylesford, it’s just a 15-minute drive away, offering shopping, dining, and tourist attractions.

This extraordinary property is now available for sale at £760,000 (AUS $1.45 million).

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