If you’re a citrus grower, you’re probably thinking of purchasing a home in the Orange County, California, neighborhood.
The median price of a single-family home in Orange County in October was $1.4 million, according to real-estate website Trulia.
In September, it hit $1,838,000, according the same site.
Orange County has become a hotbed for citrus farming.
According to a 2015 report by the Orange Business Journal, the county’s citrus industry generates $7.6 billion in economic activity.
For a home, it’s a big investment.
For one-bedroom units, a typical two-bedroom home would cost $1 million, and a one-bedroom home would run anywhere from $900,000 to $1 billion.
The average price of new single-bedroom condos in Orange City in October 2016 was $731,000.
The cost of a typical home in Citucopia is $1M.
That’s a huge price tag for a one bedroom.
But if you want to get a one of these homes up and running in the neighborhood, you might have to get creative.
If you live in the Citucopian area, you can get a deal on a Citucopani house, which is a new, two-story structure built for use as an apartment.
The property includes an elevator and three bedrooms.
It costs $1MM, according Trulia, and was built in 2013 for the owners of the Bocc apartments.
It comes with amenities like a private pool and an outdoor kitchen.
It’s only available to developers.
But you can also get an amenity such as a gym, a full-service spa and a spa and fitness center.
There are also some very special deals on the houses.
A one-room home can go for $1 and a two-room house can go up to $5 million.
The home also includes a full kitchen, bath, a private outdoor deck and an indoor deck.
It would have two bedrooms, a living room and a dining room, as well as a large living area.
A home that’s on the market now in Citocopani would probably be worth $4 million or more.