For those who have fancied playing at mayor, the opportunity of buying one Montana town for less than the price of a small central London flat is one not to be missed.
The oddly named Garryowen is up for auction, and comes with a petrol station, cafe, shop, post office and houses.
The town is not all it seems though, harbouring a dark past. Garryowen was built on the site of the 1876 battle of Little Bighorn, where General George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Cavalry were massacred whilst trying to attack a huge American Indian camp.
So for those who do not mind the constant throng of tourists to the (included) museum, and can handle the noise of the regular historical re-enactments, the auction ends on August 15, with bidding starting at $250,000.
Do not expect to be able to form your own cavalry division, however: Garryowen only has a population of two.