(CNN) — If the past few months have left you in need of a getaway, this could be just the ticket.
Mellonsfolly Ranch was built with meticulous attention detail in 2006, intended to resemble 1860s Wyoming. It features a boardwalk, a sheriff’s office, a courthouse that doubles as a movie theater, and even a licensed saloon.
The property, which operates as a hotel and is well-hidden in a vast hilly landscape in central New Zealand, offers buyers a fairly unique opportunity to recreate every Western movie they’ve ever seen — when they’re not looking after guests, that is.
All the hallmarks of a Western experience are available: billiards, swing doors, wood paneling and fireplaces, and some charmingly old-timey exteriors.
But it’s not all fun and games. Real-estate agents New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty describe the tough day-to-day experience that any prospective cowboys would have to endure.
“Summer is for hunting, fishing and swimming in the rivers that wind their way through valleys,” they write in their description of the ranch. “And during winter, (the owners) benefit from the nearby picturesque ski town of Ohakune and the Mount Ruapehu ski fields.”
Located in rural Ruatiti, in the center of New Zealand’s North Island, the ranch is surrounded by almost deserted countryside.
In 2018, New Zealand passed restrictions on foreigners buying homes, to stem skyrocketing house prices. But, being a business rather than a residence, Mellonsfolly Ranch is exempt.
The ranch also runs a manuka honey business.
New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty