Located in California's Inyo Mountains lies a town that was full of silver in the late 1800's. Through some ups and downs, silver mining continued until it's end in 1920 according to cerrogordomines.com.

Today, it is a privately owned area supported by the Cerro Gordo Historical Foundation, private organizations and other supporters. It is open to the public for tours.

But now, this mining ghost town is for sale according to abc13.com.

In all, you could own 300 acres and 22 buildings, including a hotel, saloon and chapel, for less than most homes in California, $925,000.

Sounds like a steal.

If this sounds like your thing, check out the listing with Bishop Real Estate.