Smithian Market: An English Village

From Reuters:

“An entire English village, complete with 22 houses and cottages, two blacksmiths and a cricket pitch, goes on sale this week.

The charitable trust which owns Linkenholt in Hampshire, southern England, has decided to sell up and use the capital it raises elsewhere.

The asking price when Linkenholt goes on the open market on Wednesday is 22-25 million pounds ($31-35 million), according to Jackson-Stops & Staff estate agents who are handling the sale.”

This is interesting and would give a millionaire a taste of England a long time ago. I guess some day you will be able to buy whatever you want. This is good though and shows that even some of the weirdest demands have suppliers.

The rest is here.


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