Do you have close to $2 million burning a hole in your pocket? Have you ever wanted to live in Las Vega? Do you believe that a doomsday bunker might eventually be necessary?
If you answered “Yes” to all three questions, I may have just the place for you.
A home in Las Vegas is for sale for about $1.75 million, and while it’s not in a particularly fascinating part of town, it’s got something that probably no other home in the country has – a 15,000-square-foot living quarters located 26 feet below the ground. It features a pool, two Jacuzzis, a sauna, a four-hole putting green and a dance floor. Built in 1978, it simulates above-ground living with lights labeled day, sunset, dusk and night, and plenty of nature murals on the walls.
http://www.patriotheadquarters.com/The original builder of the home, Jerry Henderson, presented the idea for subterranean dwellings at the 1964 World’s Fair and co-founded the Underground World Home Corporation.
Take a look at this Las Vegas home including its underground bunker.
The price for this particular home is way out of reach for the average American, but if you could afford it and have plenty left over, would you want a home that featured a doomsday bunker where you and your family could survive a holocaust? Would it bring you peace of mind to know that if the worst were to occur, you could survive while many others perish?
Please let me know your thoughts about this.