Mixed Use/Miscellaneous

Ghost Town! 380 Acres & 22 Structures. Full Saloon, Hotel, Museum, Mining

Cerro G.

Keeler, CA

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Truly one of a kind! This listing is for Cerro Gordo, a former mining town that was once the largest producer of silver for the state of California. A piece of American history.
The listing includes 360 acres of property that has views of Sequoia National Park, Death Valley National Park, Mt. Whitney, and much more. The land is surrounded by beautiful picturesque mountains and has Joshua trees, catcti, tumbleweeds and more.
There are 22 structures on the property. They include The American Hotel, which was originally constructed in 1910, a fully preserved Saloon that includes swinging doors, two pianos, a card room, full bar, and more. There is also a museum, antique store, and 3 single family homes all from the 1890-1920. They're all in great shape and make beautiful backdrops.
The property has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, Travel & Leisure, Lonely Planet, Smithsonian Magazine, NBC News, and many others.

Size
22,000 Sq. ft
Rooms
10
Restrooms
10
Power
60 Amps
Parking
360 Acres
Noise
Quiet
Student Rate
No
Movable Furniture
Yes
Pets
No
Insurance required
Yes
Registered Historic
No

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi
  • Fridge
  • Chairs
  • Microwave
  • Tables
  • Coffee Maker
  • Sink

Pricing


Rate:
$5,000 to $10,000 (12 hour shoot)
Student Discount:
Yes

Property Rules


The property is 140 years old. Keep that in mind when thinking of available amenities on site.

Cancellation Policy


$5,000 to $10,000

12 hour shoot
Your Name or Contact Person
Production Company


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