Worried About World War Three? No Worries, Just Buy This £11m Nuclear Bunker
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So, if you're shit scared about the prospect of nuclear war and you're all about flashing the cash, then you might want to follow in the footsteps of the owners of this one-of-a-kind nuclear bunker.
Underground luxury and bomb blast protection is available for any war-fearing multi-millionaire, especially as tensions between the US and North Korea continue to rise.
Luxury and comfort is fitted as standard at this former US army base in Savannah, Georgia.
The underground bunker boasts three feet thick walls, air-intake systems, a nurse's room, a $100,000 (£79,000) CCTV system - and even its own decontamination showers - how about that then?
The underground bunker last went on the market in 2015 for $17.5 million (£11.5m) and will withstand a 20 kiloton nuclear explosion.
The facility can survive almost any potential threats - including natural disasters, civil disturbances and terrorist attacks.
Other features include: hot water, solar panels and humidity controls. It even has a kettle.
The unique property as built by the army corps and engineers back in 1969 and the bunker was fully renovated back in 2012.
According to listing at the time, it is the only privately owned underground bunker of its kind in the United States.
The facility is situated on 32 acres of land and has two levels of underground living space, which total around 14,000 square feet.
Within this underground space, the second level features four luxury apartments - each approximately 600 square feet in size - with each containing a kitchen, dining area, two bedrooms, a living room and bathroom.
The images have emerged after it was reported that over the weekend North Korea's totalitarian regime is 'ready for war' following rising tensions in the area, with a US aircraft carrier group being dispatched towards the country.
A scary thought - unless of course you are the proud owner of a bunker like this. So what are you waiting for? Get shopping!
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