Ever wanted to live in an old wild west town? Now you can!

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Photo via The Ranch at Fischer Creek website

In Alberta, Canada, you can find a 480-acre ranch for sale that has amenities from A to Z, including an old wild west town.

The Ranch at Fischer Creek has features such as a primary lodge, a lake with a boathouse, an equestrian area, and six guest cabins. The most exciting is the Western Town with features like a blacksmith shop, stables, a two-story bank, jail cells, and more, according to the Miami Herald.

According to the Calgary Herald, Clint Eastwood lived at the ranch while he was shooting his award-winning western “Unforgiven.”

The estate has a total of 33 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and will cost you $25.5 million.

Story via TJ Macias with the Miami Herald

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