Two-person Montana town up for auction
BILLINGS — A two-person Montana town near Custer's famous "last stand" at Little Bighorn goes up for public auction Wednesday, with bids starting at $250,000 for an eight-acre site on the doorstep of one of America's most famous battles.
Garryowen is being sold by Christopher Kortlander, who came to Montana from California almost 20 years ago.
About 50 miles southeast of Billings, within the Crow Indian Reservation, he built an 18,500-square-foot, Custer-themed compound on a frontage road along Interstate 90. It includes a post office, residence, museum, Subway shop and tomb of the unkn...
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