Real Estate Report: Wild West at a Monmouth manor
MONMOUTH (WGME) -- There's a real estate listing that's raising eyebrows, as one realtor looks for the right buyer.
The house has a spacious floor plan, high ceilings, and a Wild West town.
At first glance, it might look like a pretty typical, and beautiful, colonial-style house. But it's anything but traditional, and even caught longtime realtor Linda Beaulier by surprise.
"I didn't know what to say," Beaulier said. "I was like okay. What do we really do with this?"
The main house, built in 1880, is 7,000 square feet, but it's what's tucked in the 143 acres of land that really sets it apart.
"They had a little hidden village in the back," Beaulier said. "It was a country western town, like Six Gun City."
There's a saloon to belly up to the bar, a jail for the hooligans who get out of hand and even a chapel for those who repent.
"It has a steeple, church pews in there," Beaulier said. "It's really pretty cool."
The owner built this old west town in 2000, mostly for friends and family to enjoy. Now it's time for the next owner to play make believe.
Beaulier, armed with a stack of information on the property, is looking for the right buyer.
"Somebody eccentric you know, somebody who likes westerns," Beaulier said.
They might need deep pockets. It's listed for $1.3 million.
She's confident someone will appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of this Wild West, Monmouth manor.
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