There's gold in them thar hills—at least, there used to be. Seneca, Calif., a former goldmine-turned-ghost town, is for sale by owner on Craigslist for $225,000. For less than a Manhattan studio, you can own 12 acres of history, 3 cabins, a bar, and a liquor license. The town, 100 miles northwest of Lake Tahoe, doesn't currently have utilities and access is weather-dependent.
In other news, Airbnb teaches hospitality, and check out a skyscraper on a trike. See the headlines after the jump.
• Historic California Gold Mining Ghost Town On Sale For $225,000 | HuffPost Home
• Airbnb Starts Teaching Hospitality | The Wall Street Journal
• A 'Skyscraper'-Topped Trike? It Was Only A Matter of Time | Curbed