This Australian Ghost Town Is Going Up For Sale

Looking to take a trip to a remote location on the other side of the world with sandy beaches and small crowds? The perfect destination could be coming very soon. 

The Western Australian town of Cossack, described as a ghost town with a spooky history, also has a beautiful seaside for tourists who want to get away from it all. 

There are talks of reopening this forgotten destination as tourist attraction, according to CNN. This location has been abandoned for 70 years, except for one caretaker who keeps the town in tip-top shape and the occasional curious tourist.

Cossack isn’t up for sale yet, but investors are being sought for future development. When Cossack might be ready for tourists to come and stay is unknown.  

“The WA Government, which owns Cossack, released a document asking investors to register interest in acquiring a leasehold or freehold title of the town, the

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Want to buy a haunted house? ‘World’s biggest ghost house’ is up for sale in Pa. for $16M: report

Considered to be the largest haunted house in the world, Lynnewood Hall is currently for sale – and it’s located in Elkins Park, Pa. This abandoned and decrepit 70,000 square-foot mansion is located approximately 13-miles north of Philadelphia.

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It was built between 1897 and 1900 and is the largest remaining example of Neoclassical Revival architecture from the Gilded Age, according to a report about haunted homes by Top Ten Real Estate Deals.

Built by industrialist and prolific art collector Peter A.B. Widener, the grand home even had a sad beginning. In 1896, while living on Broad Street in Philadelphia, Widener’s wife died on board the family’s yacht off the coast of Maine. While in mourning, Widener didn’t want to stay at the Philadelphia townhouse, and decided to build a “comfortable” home for him and his children.

The home, rumored to have cost Widener $8 million to build, had

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Uber Founder Turns Real-Estate Mogul for Ghost Kitchen Startup

The former chief executive of

Uber Technologies Inc.

has been quietly assembling a mini real-estate empire over the past two years, acquiring closed restaurants, auto-body shops and warehouses for use in his new ghost kitchen venture.

Entities tied to Travis Kalanick’s CloudKitchens, a startup that rents out space to businesses that prepare food for delivery, have bought more than 40 properties in nearly two dozen cities for more than $130 million, according to a Wall Street Journal review of public property and corporate records and data from the commercial real-estate database Reonomy.

The analysis linked various limited-liability companies that own the properties to business addresses of CloudKitchens’ parent, City Storage Systems LLC, and to its senior leaders. These acquisitions include buildings from Portland, Ore., and Las Vegas to Columbus, Ohio, and Nashville.

While real-estate brokers said they were aware that Mr. Kalanick’s firm had been in the market, the extent

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