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This Terribly Spooky Ghost Town In Colorado Could Be Yours

Have you ever dreamed of owning your OWN town? Thanks to a generous Craiglist-er, your dream may soon become a reality, as the small Adams County ghost town of Cabin Creek is now on the market for a (surprisingly affordable) cost of $350,000.

As per the listing: Have a huge family? Want to start a business? Need a huge shop? Racing Fans? Fix and flip? Just want acreage out of town? Own it all. Just under 5 acres of property with the old Gas Station, 8 room Motel, Road Side Restaurant Cafe, 8 space RV Park, 2 Houses, and private shooting range. You will have over 500ft of Highway 36 frontage with 4 driveway entrances to draw in Customers. The traffic going out to High Plains Raceway on the weekends could be huge $$. All paved highway to the property, easy 45min commute to Denver and only 10 minutes from Byers/I-70 exit. Most neighbors are hundreds of acres away. Property is in Adams County.

Before even seeing the pictures of this small ghost town, I was sold; I mean, how often are you able to purchase a motel, gas station, cafe, AND acreage for less than the cost of home in Denver? Ready to see a few pictures of the soon-to-be Annietown Cabin Creek?

As if this wasn’t enough, the listing goes on to talk more about the 8-room motel, already installed security cameras and systems and even the smoke house. If you are interested in purchasing the town for yourself, the current owner asks that you reach out via Craigslist.

Do you want to learn even more about Colorado ghost towns? Check out Visit These 5 Creepy Ghost Towns In Colorado At Your Own Risk. (Sorry; there are no ghost town upkeep tricks in this article… refer to Pinterest for that.)

Annie
Annie is a wife, mom, new homeowner, and blogger with a love of God, family, and chicken nachos (in that order).