Abandoned Canadian mining town up for sale
A whole town in British Columbia, Canada’s most western province, has been put up for sale and for less than $1 million. Yes, you read that right.
Just two hours north from the popular resort town of Whistler and four from Vancouver, the ghost town of Bradian, a former suburb of the gold mining town of Bralorne, has been listed for Cdn $995,000.
The 20-hectares town has over 22 houses still standing in reasonable condition and all basic infrastructure and it is already zoned rural residential, according to realtor John Lovelace.
The seller is a family who bought it in 1997 and used Bradian as a place to take holidays and work on the buildings.
And while the location is considered one of the most beautiful, scenic areas in British Columbia, the town is a fixer-upper on a major scale.
In fact Lovelace told The Province he has received dozens of inquiries, but most back off when they realize how much work is required to upgrade the town.
Photos courtesy John Lovelace Real Estate Team.