Just how much is considered “too much” when one’s safety is at hand? Well on this former Army base, you can spend roughly $17.5 million to take shelter in an underground bunker. Before you decide whether or not it’s overpriced, keep in mind that this is no ordinary bunker–it was originally designed to protect inhabitants from nuclear explosions. Plus, living in the bunker would be a hidden luxury.
The bunker is located 45 feet below a 32-acre piece of land in Savannah, Georgia. It was built during the Cold War in 1969 and in 2012, it was renovated to its present grandeur. Today, it has four luxurious apartments with all the amenities of modern day living.
This underground bunker costs $17.5 million.
It’s found under a plot of land in Savannah, Georgia.
It was originally built to withstand 20 kilotons of nuclear blast.
The apartments inside the bunker have gorgeous kitchens.
They are also equipped with very comfortable living rooms.
There is plenty of space for residents to decorate.
Each apartment has two bedrooms and one bathroom, complete with a decontamination shower.
The walls are three feet thick in order to keep residents safe.
The bunker has $100,000 worth of CCTV (closed-circuit television) systems.
Although the bunker-turned-apartments are extremely pricey, living here could safe lives. It’s just what one might need to stay protected from a nuclear explosion, and since it has all of the best possible amenities, staying here shouldn’t be a problem!