NIPTON, Calif. (KGO) -- The desert town of Nipton, California is back on the real estate market for the second time in five years.
For the cost of just $2.75 million you can purchase the quiet San Bernardino County community.
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Nipton is close to the Nevada border off Interstate 15, about 15 miles from neighboring Primm, Nevada and an hour from Las Vegas.
Nipton is a historic railroad town with about 20 full-time residents.
The town last made headlines in 2017, when an Arizona cannabis company named "American Green" bought it for $5 million.
The investors planned to turn it into a pot-themed retreat powered by renewable energy.
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A $2.5 million development plan ultimately fell through, and the original owners took it back.
California's desert town Nipton is back on market for 2nd time since 2017, priced at $2.75M