There’s A $17.5 Million Fallout Shelter For Sale In Case Nuclear War Happens

The subterranean home includes a 15-seat home theater.

A 45-foot-deep underground bunker in southeast Georgia has recently been listed for $17.5 million. The 12-bedroom, 12-bath lair was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1969 during the Cold War for $7 million. In 2012, the subterranean facility was fully renovated to meet government standards for underground residences. Located two hours from Savannah, the 14,000-square-foot home includes 32 acres of land and features a private theater with 15 seats, a modern kitchen with granite countertops, two business centers, and two conference rooms. The bunker, which can withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear explosion, includes a 1,000-gallon storage tank filled with water from a 300-foot-deep well from a nearby aquifer.

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A 45-foot-deep underground bunker goes on sale for $17.5 million.

Stats:

Bedrooms: 12 Bedroom

Bathrooms: 12 Baths

Area: 14,000 sq. ft.

Price: $17.5 Million

Ever wish to live in the setting of an exciting Tom Clancy novel? One in which you can hide in your own secret underground bunker? Well, now you can, all while enjoying movies in a personal home theater.

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The Walk Down

Big Boy Kitchen

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Screening Room

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Living Room For The Group

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Small Den For Reading

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Long Hallways

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One Of The Bedrooms

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Clean Bathrooms

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Sitting Area

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Another Bedroom Look

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From The Outside, They’ll Never Know You’re There!

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