The Hunger Games thirst is real, and if you're extra thirsty, you can live as some of the characters lived.
Henry River Mill Village, which was used as the Everdeens' hometown in the film, can be all yours—as long as you're willing to part with $1.4 million. The 72-acre North Carolina property had been vacant since 1987, but the film has put it on the map—hence the hefty price tag.
That $1.4 million will get you various District 12 locations, such as the Everdeens' home and the Mellark's bakery. Just don't expect to see Jennifer Lawrence walking around.