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Did somebody say syrup mill?

Perri Ormont Blumberg
September 17, 2018

In the market for a new home? How about a new home and a restaurant? Perhaps you're looking for a new home, a restaurant, and a historic inn? Okay, how about an entire town? 

Well, real estate junkies, perk up your ears: The entire town of Toomsboro, Georgia is for sale, and it will ony set you back a modest $1.7 million, says a recent story on NBC New York.

The buyer will get a historic inn, a syrup mill (!), an opera house, a school house, a railroad depot, a cotton warehouse, a restaurant, a barbershop, a water wheel, a grist mill, a work shop, a filling station, and several houses, according to the town's listing site, Toomsboroforsale.com. The town has about 700 residents and is approximately 120 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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For a peek inside the town, including the "Syrup Pitcher" "Cheyenne's Restaurant," and  "Swampland Opera House," watch the promotional video on YouTube below. (The "Yellow House" is just begging for some renovation magic!)

Think you could be the right buyer for this charming small town? "The owners are hoping to see the Toomsboro real estate property in the right hands," the town website notes. "New owners that understand it's uniqueness and the importance of preserving historic properties. Once you see the heart pine flooring and original tile one will understand why the preservation is so important."

We can picture the "Team Toomsboro" tees already.