Syfy's "Hollywood Treasures" has acquired the 72-acre site in North Carolina where the hit movie "The Hunger Games" was filmed, and is auctioning it off to the highest bidder. That's right Hunger Games fans, you know have a chance to own District 12.
Hollywood Treasure's host Joe Maddalena will explain the negotiations on the show's June 5 episode, and will promote the benefits of owning the property.
In real life, District 12 is the Henry River Mill Village, an old mill town built during the 1920s which is now abandoned. Included in the sale price are all the run down houses and buildings featured in the film, including Katniss Everdeen's home and Peeta Mellark's bakery.
Maddalena estimates that the property's value is "at least $1.2 million."