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Seneca 4

Want to buy a ghost town with a bar and liquor license? Expand it into a unique getaway! Perhaps the most remote “restaurant” in Northern California. 12 acres. The property includes the “town” and the bar and 3 small rundown cabins and the acreage.

Here’s the location in longitude and latitude: 40.112083,-121.0848. You should be able to see the bar from there!

It comes with all rights (mineral, timber, etc). There are no known environmental hazards. We have owned since the mid-1970′s.

Due to internet reports, this ad is getting some interest. I note that the town is extremely remote and access is weather dependent. The property is on Seneca Road, a public road, and is easy to find. Drive down the road to the bottom of the gorge and you’ll see the bar. Just use Google Maps to search for “Seneca, CA.” (The Craigslist map isn’t very good.) So, find the bar (shack) then look around the immediate vicinity to see most of the property. The bar is at the north end of the 12 acres. It is located a 1/2-mile south of the bridge at the bottom of the canyon on Seneca Road.


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Originally posted by Dane Carlson on November 12, 2013 in Ideas.


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