A British man, Neil Christie, bought an entire Spanish village for only $60,000, taking advantage of Spain's economic crisis.
According to Inqusitr, the village is worth around a fifth of a semi-detached home in England. The village was left in a state of disrepair after many of its residents left to move to more urban areas for work.
The village, Arrunada, is on the border of Galicia and Asturias which is in the country's north west. Christie has already started to rebuild some of the buildings.
According to Mirror, one of the buildings that Christie and his wife is fixing up is going to be their home.
According to Daily Mail, Christie is renovated four other buildings and he plans on spending no more than around $230,000.
Christie said that he doesn't really miss anything about England, just that he is running out of tea bags.