Buried Spanish Gold Treasure Seekers: Look No Further

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According to most history books, the California Gold Rush ended in about 1855. However, it seems that for at least one Malibu resident, the quest for gold continued well into the 1940s, possibly later.

This is according to a listing that recently appeared on Estately.com showing more than a dozen annotated photographs on the site describing a one-bedroom, one-bathroom remote tin-roof “rock cabin” and its three surrounding mine shafts. The home is located off of Mulholland Highway in the Malibu hills, according to Estately.

Although it is not evident as to whether the “buried Spanish gold treasure” was ever found, or even existed in the first place, the 39-acre plot is a relative steal, currently on the market for $579,000.