For $7M, you can buy this Texas zoo (yes, the animals are included)

While New Yorkers are busy trying to find pet friendly apartments, one Texas man has the opposite problem. He’s is trying to find the ultimate pet friendly buyer… for his $7 million zoo.

Clint Wolston reportedly spent 30 years building the Bayou Wildlife Zoo outside Alvin, Texas. The 80-acre zoo is home to 500 animals, employs 10 people and hosts roughly 90,000 visitors a year. But according to Realtor.com, Wolston is ready to retire and he wants the next buyer to keep the animals safe, and to continue operating the zoo.

A buyer will acquire all 500 animals (which include giraffes, zebras, a white rhino, ostriches, alligators, kangaroos, and ring-tailed lemurs). Plus a 10,800-square-foot main building, which includes its own apartment, a covered picnic area for 400 people, 16 barns, a souvenir shop, a fleet of Jeeps, and seven trams. There’s also two miles of trails, 15 lakes and ponds, native trees, and 3,500 feet of waterfront on Dickinson Bayou.