Do you want to own Peeta Mellark‘s family bakery or Katniss Everdeen‘s family home from “The Hunger Games”?
You’re in luck, the entire town of Henry Mill Village where scenes for District 12 were filmed is on the auction block.
The catch? Just make sure you have a cool $1.4 million lying around.
Wade Shepherd, the owner of the 72-acre property near Hildebran, North Carolina is putting the town up for sale after the village’s recent popularity among fans visiting the now vacant area.
The small town was once home to the Henry River Manufacturing Co., a producer of cotton yarn, but has been deserted since 1977 after the mill burned down …until now.
Shepherd told the Associated Press the once quiet town won’t stop buzzing with fans.
“Day and night, they’re driving through, taking pictures, getting out and walking. I’m just bombarded with people,” said Shepherd.
The film passed the $250 million mark this weekend at the box office. And, North Carolina has been fast to cash in on the franchise’s popularity, offering Hunger Games-esque day trips and zip line excursions.
We suggest buying the land up and reaping the benefits (pun intended) by turning it into a “Hunger Games” theme park. That would give people another reason to VisitNC, while simultaneously taking away some of the traffic from The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Want a peek at what you’d be buying? Take a tour of “The Hunger Games” set here.
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