The asking price is $1.4 million, which sounds like a lot until you consider that virtually anything you find there can be sold off as a "screen-used prop" if the village were to be bought be someone into cinema collectibles.
The area, which has been mostly vacant since the mill that powered the village burned down in 1977, has turned into a tourist attraction since the movie was filmed there and, according to a story by The Associated Press, the current owner is overwhelmed by the response. "I'm getting too many visitors," said Wade Shepherd, 83. "Day and night, they're driving through, taking pictures, getting out and walking. I'm just bombarded with people."