There’s No House In The World Like This One In Georgia

In Tifton, Georgia, there is a house unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Don’t believe me? Here are a few facts:

  1. This house is considered a luxury home.
  2. This house is nuclear-proof.
  3. This house is underground.
  4. This house is worth $17.5 million.

 

Now, if that didn’t pique your interest, I don’t know what would.

This massive underground bunker was built in 1969, in order to keep safe during the Cold War. Apparently, someone in Georgia didn’t think the U.S. and Russia would work out their differences, so they built a bunker to withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear blast.

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This fortified wonderland has 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, built 45-feet underground. It was fully renovated in 2012 in order to meet all the EPA regulations. Among a few of the other features are home theater seats, HVAC underground systems, conference rooms, first-aid nurse rooms, a modern commercial kitchen, luxury apartments that sleep 13, five staff bedrooms and a firearm range.

One might ask; But why would I be interested in purchasing an underground bunker?! Some answers to that question off the top of my head include; for safety and security, to start of an underground luxury city, if you hate sunlight, or if you want to start filming your own reality show, just to name a few.

If you’re interested in purchasing this nuclear-proof, underground, subterranean castle, you can head on over to Harry Norman Realtors for more information. Meanwhile, I’ll just sit back and wonder whether or not sunlight is imperative to my day-to-day living. Hmm….