A few years ago a guy bought an entire town in Northern California on eBay for US$1.8M. The town, which the sellers acknowledged was a fixer-upper, came complete with a post office, a mile and a half of river bank, a cemetery, more than a dozen cabins and houses, and its own zip code.
I’ve driven through that town and it’s hard to see what one could do with it to recoup the purchase price except growing dope. . . which is what most of the folks in that area do anyway. Your village is a lot more scenic. Here’s Bridgeville:
[i]a henge of 24 upright pillars and connecting lintels that is 30m in diameter and about 4m high. In the centre of the henge is a 5m-tall obelisk, the eye of which points at the south celestial pole.
Set into a tiled mosaic that runs out from the obelisk along the meridian is a 10m analemma, the figure of eight pattern that the path of sun traces over a year.
Outside the circle of the henge stand six heel stones, the markers for the rising and setting points of the sun at solstice and equinox.
Inside, with an eye to performances and weddings that will be held here, the stones are also wired for sound.