Lea Island in Pender County, North Carolina is on the market. The 80 acre barrier island is uninhabited.
Well, not completely uninhabited — there are a lot of loggerhead turtles that call the sliver of ocean front property home.
Still, the place can be yours for just $4 million.
Any potential buyers should be aware that the island is only accessibly by boat.
Also, there is no fresh water, power or roads.
If you want to connect to the Internet, you’ll need wireless access — but chances are, you won’t get much in the way of bars on your smartphone.
You can learn more about the island and its “ammenities” in this article.