California ghost town
Looking for an entire ghost town equipped with its own abandoned hotel, church and bunkhouse? Head just south of the Sierra Nevada in California toward this 300-acre property called Cerro Gordo, which means “fat hill” in Spanish. This abandoned mining town, where murders used to average once a week, just sold for $1.4 million.
Fit for a gold medalist
Swim like an Olympian at this oceanfront estate for sale in Ninole, Hawaii. Previously rented by celebrities and royalty for up to $10,000 a day, the cliffside mansion includes an Olympic-size pool with starting blocks and a 7-meter diving platform. The property features private waterfalls and is currently on the market for $12.5 million.