It's now the largest jackpot in lottery history, and you could be winning a cool $1.6 billion dollars during the Mega Millions drawing tonight. Not too shabby, right? Well, what if you actually win? What if you walk away with ALL. THAT. MONEY? Well, there are billions of ways to spend it, but if you're looking to invest in some property, check out these towns that you can actually purchase. Yeah, that's right, entire towns right here in the U.S. that could be all yours.


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    Credit: Bezoadz

    Cal-Nev-Ari, NV

    You'll be in the middle of the Nevada desert, but hey, it'll be your little piece of desert complete with a casino, an airstrip, and a diner...all yours for a cool $8 million.

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    Credit: iStock

    Tiller, Oregon

    Have a piece of the Pacific Northwest. This 256-acre area in Oregon is a steal at $3.85 million. You'll get killer views of the South Umpqua River, as well as access to a national forest.

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    Credit: sbayram

    Hell, Michigan

    Despite its name, Hell, Michigan would actually be a pretty cool place to call home. According to, it has 66 miles of hiking trails, fishing-friendly Hiland Lake, and an annual "Blessing of the Bikes" event.


    And how cool would it be to say, "'Hell' is all mine!" It'll cost you just a chunk of your winnings....$900,000.

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    Credit: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

    Henry River Mill Village, North Carolina

    If you are a fan of the Hunger Games series, then you'll probably want to pony up the $1.4 million for this town. Henry River Mill Village in North Carolina was actually the town that was used as Katniss Everdeen's hometown in the Hunger Games series.

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    Credit: dothow

    Buford, WY

    Keep this town's sole resident company by forking up $900,000. Well, at least that's what someone paid back in 2012.

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