Take A Look Inside The 17.5 Million Dollar Nuclear Bunker
While the real estate bubble of 2008 may have added a great deal to the tensioned situation around the world at the moment, it did, nevertheless, create a nuclear bunker market. So, there’s that. And while the United States and North Korea both have some, let’s say, strong-willed leaders at the moment, it seems that a nuclear bunker is not such a bad idea right about now, right?
We also have to remember that, unlike an ordinary home, a nuclear bunker is kinda permanent. That means no going to work, or for a walk, no going to the movies, no weekend out with friends, no vacations at the beach, or a hike through the forest. In fact, the things that will be in between those walls will become your entire world. So, when choosing a nuclear bunker, be sure that what’s inside is something that you can and will enjoy for the rest of your life.Oh, and it can also withstand a 20 kiloton nuclear explosion, so, that’s always a plus.
Well, with these in mind, here is one option for you to feast your eyes on. Located some 45 feet below ground in Savannah, Georgia, this $17.5 million nuclear bunker is totally worth the money. Besides having the purpose of saving your life, which, by the way, is hard do put a price tag on, the bunker has over 14,000 feet of living space. It also comes with 3 feet thick walls, air ventilation system, a nurse’s room, decontamination showers, and a CCTV system worth $100,000. What more could you ask, right?
It was built way back in 1969 and was completely renovated back in 2012. It’s made out of four spacious apartments that each include a kitchen, a dining area, two bedrooms, a living room, and a bathroom. So, whoever will end up living in that place, should choose his or her neighbours wisely because neither of them will be able to move anytime soon.