For less than a house in Toronto, you can buy a town in South Dakota.
Swett, S.D., is on the market for $427,000 and features a three-bedroom home and a bar, including the liquor licence.
According to its Coldwell Banker listing, the town was founded in 1932 when a post office was put in the local grocery store, but the government closed the post office in 1945.
The buyer would also get a large garage and three trailer houses.
The Swett Tavern has several updates including the horseshoe-shaped bar, the listing states.
The home has three-bedrooms, one bathroom with another garage and a 1990 Volvo semi for hauling.
The bar is the only watering hole in a 16-km radius, the Rapid City Journal reports.
"This place is pretty much where the highway ends and the Wild West begins," tavern patron Gerry Runnels told the Journal.