Real Estate: Put Up Half a Million, Pardner

Put Up Half a Million, Pardner

Many a Western legend was born over whisky and roulette at the Crystal Palace Saloon in Tombstone, Ariz. Wyatt Earp, who took part in the famed shootout at the O.K. Corral (just two blocks away), gambled there. Doc Holliday and Bat Masterson came for serious drinking, while upstairs Pioneer Surgeon George Goodfellow removed bullets from slow-moving cowboys. Despite harrowing moments and hard times, the saloon is still in business and is now up for sale. The asking price: $500,000.

The only time the 107-year-old Crystal Palace ever closed its doors was during Prohibition. At one time or other, it served as...

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