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At the moment I'm really struggling to be able to afford a house.
But that's alright, I can just buy this entire Australian town.
Allie's Creek, in Queensland, is going for the tidy price of $750,000 (£380,000), which is less than a standard house in London.
Credit: Julie Sutton via realestate.com.au
For that price you can own a water purification treatment plant, a 3-phase power depot, 16 houses, a dam, a phone line in each home, a community town hall, an old school house and 40 acres of parkland.
All in all, you'd one hell of a fucking righteous dude.
According to the property's listing on realestate.com.au, the town is actually a de-commissioned saw mill, but could double up as the perfect caravan park, or, as I like to think, my new paint ball course.
I can't wait for the conversation with the Mrs - "Here love, you know how we're struggling to buy ourselves a house, yeah? Well I just bought us our own fucking town."
Featured image credit: Julie Sutton via realestate.com.au
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