Stay Safe From a Nuclear Blast in This Luxury $17.5M Underground Home in Georgia

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From www.justluxe.com, by Mila Pantovich
Stay Safe From a Nuclear Blast in This Luxury $17.5M Underground Home in Georgia

For $17.5 million, you can live 45 feet underground in a Georgian luxury home that is fortified to keep you comfortable should the apocalypse come. With three-foot thick walls made using 4000-6000PSI hardened concrete, this place can actually withstand a 20 kiloton nuclear blast—it even has decontamination showers and a secure air intake system. 

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Originally built in 1969, the 16,000-square-foot, bunker-like residence underwent a renovation in 2012 to meet government standards. It includes 12 bedrooms and bathrooms, a private theater, six HVAC underground systems, conference rooms, a first-aid nurse’s room, gym, a spring system that is designed to absorb a blast, a modernized kitchen and a 100-yard outdoor firing range. For the zombies, obviously.

Sitting on over 20 acres, the unique home is listed with Harry Norman, Realtors.

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