The Tiniest US Town Sold for $900,000 at Auction

Tiniest town in US 1 The Tiniest US Town Sold for $900,000 at Auction

Owed as the tiny town in America, Buford, Wyoming, was sold at auction Thursday for $900,000 to a Vietnamese national who wants to remain unidentified. Twenty-five buyers signed up for the mart, held online and on-site, of the town with its three-bedroom house, school, gas station and some other buildings. Buford’s last occupant and the owner of the buildings, Don Sammons, 61, told AFP the package went to a Vietnamese man from Ho Chi Minh City. The winner had to battle it out with buyers from Hong Kong, New York, Florida, Kansas and Wyoming, with the bidding starting at $100,000. The previous railroad stop once was home to about 2,000 people. But they started moving away after train service ended, until the sign at the entrance to town read, “Buford. Population: 1.”The purchaser will get 10 acres of land. Besides the house, a garage, cabin and barn, the property contain a cell phone tower and a parking lot that a trucking company uses to change trailers at night. The Buford Trading Post, benefits of consistent traffic along the I-80 interstate, with Wyoming’s state capital Cheyenne just 30 miles (50 kilometers) to the east, and San Francisco 1,150 miles to the west.

Tiniest town in US 2 The Tiniest US Town Sold for $900,000 at Auction


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