Are you living in fear of a nuclear blast? Convinced that the zombie apocalypse is just round the corner? If the answer is yes, for only £11.57 million this unique property could be your dream home.
With the capability to withstand a 20-kiloton explosion this one-of-a-kind luxury property is capable of surviving other potential threats, including natural disasters, civil disturbances and terrorist attacks. Built in 1969 and renovated in 2012, the shelter – situated near Savannah in Georgia, US – the bunker features 3ft-thick walls, air intake systems, a nurse’s room, decontamination showers and a £67,500 CCTV system.
But if it’s more comfort you’re after don’t worry, for your £11.57 million you also get hot water, solar panels and humidity controls. It comes with 32 acres of land and has two levels of underground living space.
Level one features communal areas – like those found in a hotel – as well as separate staff quarters (underground Downton?) and the second level houses four luxury apartments, each with a kitchen, dining area, two bedrooms, a living room and bathroom. The property is also being advertised as a potential corporate retreat, to secure gold or other valuables, as a training facility – or just the ultimate man cave.
Chris Salamone, co-owner of Bastion Holdings, a training company for government and security personnel, said:
This property offers the ultimate safe haven for any family, business or government that wants the ultimate in security and comfort. Renovations include amenities that rival any five-star hotel, except located 45 feet underground, impenetrable and undetectable.
Martin McDermott, CEO of Bastion Holdings and a counter-terrorism, surveillance and communications expert added “It is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it.”
Yeah, if you’re an incredibly paranoid multi-millionaire.
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