Picture this: a home that can sleep at least a dozen of your closest friends, complete with a home theater, conference rooms and a modern kitchen. The only downside? It's underground.
A bunker in southeast Georgia is listed by Harry Norman, Realtors for the "bargain" price of $17.5 million. The luxury apartments within it even have 3-foot-thick walls that can withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear blast. As a reference point, the bombing on Hiroshima used 15 kilotons.
The bunker was built in 1969 and also boasts its own power plant, air intake system and security system. Oh, and a library.
Take a peek inside:
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