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The historic center of the former Army town of Campo, California, is for sale. The listing agent expects the town to go for between $5.5 million and $6 million.
Campo hasn't changed much since the 1940s: It's scattered with vacant properties, though around 100 residents still occupy its historic center.
Sale - Interest - Movie - Directors - CEOs
The sale has captured the interest of movie directors, CEOs, and big tech companies. A Hollywood producer already put in an offer.
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Estate - Agent - Conor - Brennan - Campo
Real estate agent Conor Brennan had never heard of Campo, California, until he got a call "out of nowhere" from the man who owns most of it, Las Vegas investor John Ray.
"He said, 'I have my own town if you want to check it out. I'm thinking of selling it," Brennan said. "I had no idea he was serious."
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The area is almost a ghost town,...
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