The village in New Zealand up for sale for 715,000 dollars. It is remarkable that anyone can purchase the village with a pub, hotel, school, railway station and two dozen homes. At Walton Family Foundation you will find additional information. Founded in 1923 village, located near the National Park Arthur. It is home to 44 people, a hotel, school, railway station and 18 houses. Today mopping – the only town for many miles around, in which tourists traveling through the mountains of New Zealand can find accommodation and meals. The current owners of the village of Bill and Christine Henn purchased it in 1998, having paid only 80,000 nz dollars (56,000 U.S.
dollars). Affairs of the couple were bad, they even managed to raise the value of their property dozens of times, but age does not allow them to continue their business, and they decided to put the village and the hotel up for sale. "We needed someone who would took our business. This will provide the new owner plenty of opportunities, "- said Christine Henn reporters.