Election got you feeling a little worn out, like you just wanna run away from it all? Same, same. Luckily there’s a little town in Nevada currently for sale with a price tag of just $8 million. It’s got an airstrip, a motel, a diner, and a casino—all of life’s basic essentials, in other words.

That’s according to NPR, reporting from Cal-Nev-Ari:

It’s all thanks to the couple that found this place 51 years ago: Nancy Kidwell and her late husband, Slim.

“There was nobody here but Slim, me, our dog and a cat,” Nancy Kidwell says.

This was once a dusty airstrip — an abandoned military runway.

They put in a well and built a casino and nobody came—until they started marketing it as the “first fly-in casino town in the state.” Which is very Nevada. Nowadays there’s about 350 residents, many of them retirees and pilots. Oh, and about them: “The pilots in town have prop planes parked in their driveways. The dirt roads in town are wide enough to taxi planes from driveways to the runway.”

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But Nancy is now 78 years old, and she’s tired of running the joint. (“She’s a hell of a gal,” one local informed NPR correspondent Danny Hajek.) She’s ready to relax, so she’s entertaining offers.

Let’s definitely buy this town.


Photo via Shutterstock. Not actually Cal-Nev-Ari.