​Green Bay is the most unique NFL city in the league, featuring timeless traditions and a small town feel you don't experience at any other game.

With a small town comes big prices, however. 

Owners of a house just north of Lambeau Field, 1261 Shadow Lane, put the two-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch on the market this month for $1 million. 

Well, actually $999,000, but you get the point. 

​​​​The houses on this street are commonly rented for game days and come with hefty price tags. 

The assessed value of the $1 million home is actually $371,200, but things are different in Green Bay.

With little real estate around the area of the stadium, the fans, and even the Packers, are put in tough situations. The team is investing in the Titletown District west of the stadium, but north of the stadium remains residential.

The average price of homes in the county is around $170,000, but on Shadow Lane, homes are up for sale at $475,000, $599,000, $800,000 and the $999,000.

In the neighborhood of small ranch homes, many owners have opted to build larger ones on the property. 

But like at 1261 Shadow Lane, the small house gives it the perfect Green Bay feel.