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The California town of Nipton, in the Mojave desert, is for sale . It’s on the far edge of San Bernardino County, about an hour away from Las Vegas.

Real-life ‘Schitt’s Creek’: Tiny desert town of Nipton goes on sale for $2.75 million

The California town of Nipton, in the Mojave desert, is for sale . It’s on the far edge of San Bernardino County, about an hour away from Las Vegas.

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